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OK, I've narrowed it down to what Wifey would probably enjoy the most....(outside of a new husband :) )

1. Not very big (150 - 250cc's);

2. Automatic (no shifting / thinking);

3. Four stroke;

4. Electric start;

5. Comfortable for her 5'-2", 140#, 43 year old bod.

She's never riden before, and I'm getting my 7 year old girl a 50cc Quad, so I need something fun for her that won't scare the bejesus out of her (yet). Does such a quad exist? :)

(if you've got a quad matching the above list for sale email is drolfe4@cox.net.... I'm in OC, So Cal)

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The Polaris Phoenix 200 is a new quad this year. It is made overseas, and rebadged for Polaris.

http://atv.polarisindustries.com/atv/features.aspx?ModelID=6B837704-7C8F-4E11-BDEC-431F552F6B85

The Polaris Trailblazer 250 has been around forever. It is a two stroke, but it has oil injection so you do not have to premix. It is a stone reliable quad that tops out at around 40-45mph. Hope this helps out.

http://atv.polarisindustries.com/atv/features.aspx?ModelID=37C3C72B-2E42-460C-81B9-40B788FB0851

good luck!

:)

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The Polaris Phoenix 200 is a new quad this year. It is made overseas, and rebadged for Polaris.

http://atv.polarisindustries.com/atv/features.aspx?ModelID=6B837704-7C8F-4E11-BDEC-431F552F6B85

The Polaris Trailblazer 250 has been around forever. It is a two stroke, but it has oil injection so you do not have to premix. It is a stone reliable quad that tops out at around 40-45mph. Hope this helps out.

http://atv.polarisindustries.com/atv/features.aspx?ModelID=37C3C72B-2E42-460C-81B9-40B788FB0851

good luck!

:)

He said it was for a 7 year old. those are disasters waiting to happen. :)

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My wife rides a Honda 250 Recon with the electric pushbutton shift. It's not an automatic but you just have to push a button on the handlebar to change gears. This is her first ORV and seems to be pretty easy for her to handle.

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He said it was for a 7 year old. those are disasters waiting to happen. :)

I like to visit TT to see how dumb people are.

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honda 250ex:) Will run forever is nice, light and simple to maintain...wilil never scare ya interms of power but still manages to get out of its own way:)

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The suzuki LT160. Easy maintenance, air cooled, electric start, autoclutch,

mine has racks so I can get firewood, haul all the beer, use it around the house, etc, and does about 40mph. I have an '01 and never had a problem with it. The thing is built like a rock. My buddy wasn't paying attention on his raptor and rear ended it at about 30-40 mph, He ended up needing a new bumper and radiator, all that happened to the 160 was it scratched the trailer hitch.

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Kawasaki Bayou 220, automatic all you do is shift with the foot lever. Very easy to ride and plenty of power for her size. We have one and I can wheelie that thing forever. You should be able to find a used one cheap, we did.

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The Polaris Phoenix 200 is a new quad this year. It is made overseas, and rebadged for Polaris.

http://atv.polarisindustries.com/atv/features.aspx?ModelID=6B837704-7C8F-4E11-BDEC-431F552F6B85

The Polaris Trailblazer 250 has been around forever. It is a two stroke, but it has oil injection so you do not have to premix. It is a stone reliable quad that tops out at around 40-45mph. Hope this helps out.

http://atv.polarisindustries.com/atv/features.aspx?ModelID=37C3C72B-2E42-460C-81B9-40B788FB0851

good luck!

:)

But the trailblazer is ugly...... :) ....... :p

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honda 250ex:) Will run forever is nice, light and simple to maintain...wilil never scare ya interms of power but still manages to get out of its own way:)

250ex gets my vote

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oops, didnt catch the seven year old part! I only read the 150-250cc part, whoops. sorry, didnt want to hurt your daughter!

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