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Bristers TW265 265 cc Trail Wagon UTV
UTV; Brand American Sportworks LLC; Engine Type 4-Stroke, Single Cylinder; Displacement 265 cc; Start Keyed Ignition; Transmission CVT; Axle Rear Wheel Drive; Max Speed 18 mph; Recommended Age 16 Years or Older
Average Customer Rating:
(3 Reviews) 3
Rating Snapshot(3 reviews)
2 out of 3(67%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Bristers TW265 265 cc Trail Wagon UTV
Review 1 for Bristers TW265 265 cc Trail Wagon UTV
Location: Dickson, TN
Date:September 20, 2010
I have owned this UTV for 2 years now it has always ran well and have had no mechanical issues with it. The only problems are the gas tank is difficult to fill and the oil is in awkward position to change. My 2 kids love it and its easy to drive as long and it is not on difficult terrain.
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Review 2 for Bristers TW265 265 cc Trail Wagon UTV
this is a good product
Date:August 19, 2010
this is an excellent utv for small acreage. It has good power and hauling capability. There is a lot of vibration and rattles though. I had to work on the wiring that was was kind of poorly assembled at the factory.
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Review 3 for Bristers TW265 265 cc Trail Wagon UTV
Location: Polk City, FL
Not What we Expected
Date:April 13, 2010
My Wife and I have been Tractor Supply customers since before we even bought our acreage. We have bought several big ticket items from Tractor Supply and have always been quite pleased...Until we got this UTV. We got it 2 years ago when we were in the process of buying more property. It performed well for the first year, but then the problems started. We live in Florida where it is either dusty or rainy. We found out the hard way that our Trail Wagon just wasn't designed to be in either of those situations. For starters, the location of the throttle and shifter cables are right next to the wheels where they get dust, mud, sand and dirt as well as moisture in them. Needless to say, we keep extras as they frequently wear out. There is minimal protection from the guards in this area. If there is any bumpy terrain on your property, as there is on ours, the bolts frequently loosen and the bed bushings will quickly wear out. Our front hood has also cracked from vibration. We also have had to replace a few other parts on the suspension, but that was due to my Wife hitting a tortoise burrow that was hidden by grass. Currently, it is down again due to an ignition / charging (?) problem. If you've got more than an acre or two, it would be money well spent to get a Gator or comparable UTV that will hold up better. This is still a good little machine for small properties and has a good sized bed to put feed, tack or garden supplies in. The side-by-side seating is also a plus. One other word of caution: The fuel tank is located under one of the frame bars making filling it with other than a small fuel can of fuel hose tricky.