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Need some of that ever so helpful Anarchy advice, especially if you're Canadian. Just bought a vacation home up in the Sierras. The home sits at about 6500ft (2000m for normal people) right on the edge of the Tahoe National Forest. It has great access to rugged trails and remote streams/lakes in the summer and is a snowy wonderland in winter. I'd like to get an ATV/UTV that will let me explore the mountains and lakes in both summer and winter as well as haul my garbage to the community dump. My knowledge of ATV/UTV's is exactly zero, so I've been doing a little research and ran across this thing: According to many ATV enthusiasts, it's the biggest piece of shit ever made. According to people that have them, it's the ATV of The Gods. Anyone have any real world experience with them? As far as I can tell the pros and cons are: Pros: Truly an all terrain vehicle (dirt, mud, swap, snow, water). It has a good load capacity. Can carry up to six people. It fucking floats! Inexpensive, simple track system. Right on the wheels. Kind of stands out in the crowd. Cons: Slower than shit (25mph max), but how fast can you actually go in rough terrain? Let's face it, it's ugly. Rough ride. Differential steering like a tank. Not sure about the maintenance/reliability. No cup holder.