Chinese quad bike manufacturer CFMoto has added a new model to its range in Australia as it ramps up efforts to significantly lift sales.
The choice of quads on the Australian market is set to become much thinner from early next October with the withdrawal of a number of major Japanese and US manufacturers.
The likes of Honda and Yamaha have announced they won't be meeting a mandatory requirement to fit rollover protection on new and imported second-hand quad bikes beyond October 11.
In contrast CFMoto is equipping its machines with the approved Australian-made Quadbar and says it is looking forward to filling some of the market gap left by the departure of its competitors.
Recently added to CFMoto ranks is the new CForce 625 EPS which will sell for $10,490 including the operator protection device (OPD).
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The quad is powered by a four-stroke, single-cylinder 580cc engine which produces maximum power of 30 kilowatts (40 horsepower).
The machine also features a Canadian CVTechkable transmission, electronic power steering, 12-inch alloy wheels, hand guards and tow hitch.
Other features include double A-arm independent suspension, four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes, a wheelbase of 1280mm and towing capacity of 350kg
The machine is designed for only one person and has a fuel capacity of 18 litres
As part of a CFMoto tax time promotion, the new quad comes standard with a three-year factory warranty (normal warranty is two years) and a 3000-watt CFMoto generator valued at $1299.