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I don't know anything particular about this brand, but history has shown that off-brands are cheap China crap, and you will have nothing but trouble with it. When it does brake, you won't be able to find parts or service.
If you are on a budget, find youself a used Honda Rancher!!!
Dude....it's a freaking off-brand, and we have seen what a disaster these all are a thousand times over. Buy the thing, and you will be back here in 6 months bitching because it quit running and you can't find any parts. Happens over and over again!
i dont own or have i seen one but i went and looked at some info on it and i looks like a polaris only cheaper. The only thing now is find out if the parts used on the mountaineer are compatable with polaris and if they are then you may have something. If they arent compatable, then id skip it. Personally id skip it and get a used atv for the same price. If your ever out and something breaks you have a better chance of the local shop having the part rather than always ordering it. plus it only comes with a 90 day warrenty, most atv dealers offer at least 6 month with option to buy more,or some offer 2 yr like arctic cat does and the atvs are just a little more at the same motor size. sorry i cant exactly answer your question. good luck!
What these companies do, is make knockoffs of existing machines.....then try to tell you it is actually put together from parts from a major manufacturer. Thing is, they don't use the same metals and they don't hold themselves to the same quality control standards that the big 4 do.