Market shifts towards UTV safety features

The CFMoto U800 will be on show at the Mildren and Coysh stand at the Tallangatta Farming Expo next Thursday.
The CFMoto U800 will be on show at the Mildren and Coysh stand at the Tallangatta Farming Expo next Thursday.

If you are looking to upgrade your UTV off road vehicle this year you’ll want to call in to site 115 at the farming expo and catch up with the team from Corryong’s Mildren and Coysh.

The agent for CFMoto is part of the brand’s ‘Big Bucks Sale’ where autumn specials could save you more than $1000.

Australian CFMoto director Michael Poynton said the market is shifting away from ATV’s and more towards UTV’s due to greater safety features, better comfort and more practical work features such as larger carry/tow capacities.

Mildren and Coysh’s Greg Coysh said they will be featuring the CFMoto U800 as part of their exhibit with the Hunter model on display for visitors to check out. It will be one of three CFMoto models on show.

The U800 EPS  features CFMoto’s powerful 62 horsepower, 800cc V-Twin engine, Canadian CVTech transmission with engine braking, selectable drive modes plus power steering, roof kit, winch and free alloy wheels.

Ask about the $13,990 drive away deal which will save you $1000.

“CFMoto’s Big Bucks Sale gives our customers a fantastic opportunity to upgrade from their old vehicles to a brand new one without having to spend the big bucks,“ says Mr Poynton.

Don’t forget for eligible Victorian and NSW customers further savings can be made through local government rebate incentive schemes on new UTV purchases.

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