The ATV or All- Terrain Vehicle has been around for a while now. In fact, the first ever ATV or quad bike was made operational back in 1893. The idea behind the first ATV was to make it a horseless carriage of sorts. The first ATV wasn’t all terrain at all since it was intended for road use but as the years went by, the design was altered to suit off-road driving as well. It wasn’t till much later in the 1980s that Japanese motorbike manufacturers such as Suzuki, Honda, Kawasaki, and Yamaha started producing electric driven ATVs.
In 2019, the electric ATV has pretty much been perfected. These modern ATV are both environmentally friendly, compared to the diesel-driven ones, and at the same time, they’re just as badass and all-terrain ready. The idea behind the ATV is for it to be able to traverse through any kind of an environment. This means that it should run smoothly on a road and at the same time, if you take it off road through a rough jungle or a rocky desert-like terrain, it should get by without the suspension taking damage.
Without an exhaust pipe, an electric ATV has the added benefit of riding through swampy areas with lots of water as well since the risk of the exhaust pipe filling up with water is no longer an issue to be concerned with. Before you head out and buy yourself a top of the line electric atv razor, you really ought to ask yourself what you need an ATV for first.
If you just want an ATV for the heck of it and don’t really plan on going into the wild with it, then you can save a lot of money and go for a model that doesn’t have the most amazing suspension system out there.