Electric Mini Quad – MotoTec 24V
This kids electric mini quad is a great entry level ATV to get your child familiar with operating something motorized with a twist grip throttle. Your child will be able to focus on throttling and steering without having to worry about balancing as you would on any 2-wheeled electric or gas powered dirt bike. This kids ATV will provide hours of outdoor fun in your backyard or even just in your driveway. Let’s take a closer look at this 24V mini quad!
Who is this Kids Electric Mini Quad designed for?
This MotoTec 24V Mini Quad is designed for kids ages 6 and up with a maximum rider weight of 150 pounds. Adult supervision is always required when operating this ATV.
What is the top speed of the MotoTec 24V Mini Quad?
This kids electric mini quad has a top speed of 10 mph and a ride time of 1.5 hours on a full charge. This mini quad is equipped with 2 speed modes – 5 mph & 10 mph. This is a great feature to have especially when your child is first learning to ride this quad. You will be able to control the top speed with the twist of a key.
Where can you buy the Mototec 24V Quad?
Here is where you can find the current price of this kids electric quad:
MotoTec 24V Mini Quad Specs & Features
- 350 watt motor
- Two 12v 12ah batteries
- Steel frame
- Knobby pneumatic 13 inch tires
- Full disc brakes
- Full suspension
- Variable twist-grip throttle
- Padded seat
- Adjustable handlebars
- Charge time of 4-6 hours
- Charger included
- 30 days parts replacement warranty
Here’a a quick video of the features of the MotoTec Mini Quad
So what are you waiting for? Get your MotoTec 24V Electric Mini Quad TODAY!
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And remember to always educate your child on motorcycle safety and have them always wear the appropriate safety gear!
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