xSahara Kids Electric ATV

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Now even your littlest enthusiasts can enjoy the thrill of the ride with Pure Fun World's all-electric xSahara ATV for kids. The tough 350 watt motor is powered by two 12 volt batteries for long-lasting fun. The batteries charge in a few hours and can pull kids up to 165 pounds as fast as 9 miles per hour for approximately 2 hours before needing a recharge. The xSahara comes with several built-in safety features, like disc brakes for strong stopping, a wide, 30 inch wheelbase for better stability and a speed controller that allows parents to limit the ATV to either 4 or 9 miles per hour (approximate). Available in several colors and cool patterns.

Specifications

  • Model: Pure Fun World xSahara - E350Q-SA
  • Motor: 350W (Brush Motor)
  • Transmission: Switched 2-Speed w/Reverse
  • Final Drive: Chain
  • Max speed: 2 settings, 4 mph low and 9 mph high (approx.)
  • Charge Time: 6 to 8 hours (approx.)
  • Run time: 2 hours depending on terrain and driver weight (aprox.)
  • Tires (front/rear): 4.1-6 / 4.1-6
  • Brakes (front/rear): NA / Disc
  • Features: Working Front Light, Durable Acrylic Body, Pneumatic Tires, High-tensile Steel Frame
  • Max load: 165 lbs.
  • Seat height (inches): 19
  • Wheelbase (inches): 30
  • Seat to Foot Pedal Distance: 12.5 inches
  • Net Weight: 97 lbs
  • Gross Weight: 130 lbs
  • Dimension (LxWxH): 44x26x23 inches
  • Shipping Dimensions (LxWxH): 42x24x20 inches
  • Warranty: Limited 3 months, 6 months electronics

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Warning: The rear axle and motor are held by a metal brace during shipping. Before assembling, this brace needs to be removed and replaced with a shock. Do not let the motor axle assembly slip down further than is needed for shock installation. If dropped too far, the motor wires will pull loose from the motor and the power switch will not work. Once the shocks are installed, the motor will be held in place and no damage will occur.