Adly 600U
  • Model: Adly 600U

Details: The Adly 600U has been designed for the serious mudplugger with features designed to keep it moving forward.

A 565cc SYM Sanyang Industry Co engine is used, Sym having built motorcycles for Honda since 1962 produces more than 600,000 motorcycles per year. The single cylinder water cooled 4 stroke has a CVT type gearbox with high, lo, reverse, neutral and park. Changing to 4 wheel drive is a simple push button affair while the diff lock is also an easy to use switch on the handlebars. Its reliability allows you to concentrate on your riding, and not on how far from home you are.

Double A-Arm suspension with 180mm travel at the front, and double a-arm suspension with 170mm of travel at the rear keep the wheels firmly planted to the ground. A rear torsion bar also aids in a nice comfortable ride. Hydraulic disc brakes front and rear get it to stop on a dime, while a parking brake allows you to park up without leaving it in gear.

With robust styling large wheels and good load carrying and towing capabilities you can keep ahead of the pack on your Adly ATV 600U.

Check out the brochure below for dimensions and specs.

Engine 565 cc, 4 Stroke DOHC
Transmission CVT automatic with High, Low and Reverse
Clutch Automatic
Engine Oil
10W-30 or 10W-40, SF or higher grade
10 Ah, Sealed
Electric and Pull start
Spark Plug
Liquid Cooling
2100 mm
1250 mm
Seat Height
850 mm
Wheel Base
1280 mm
Turning Radius
2.8 m
Ground Clearance
300 mm
Net Weight
320 kg
Fuel Capacity
18 L
Front Tyre
25 x 8-12
Rear Tyre
25 x 10-12
Front Suspension
Double A-Arm with 180 mm travel
Rear Suspension
Double A-Arm with 170 mm travel and rear Torsion Bar
Front Brakes
Hydraulic Double Disc / right hand lever
Rear Brakes
Hydraulic Disc / left hand lever
Both Brakes
Right foot pedal
Rear disc / right hand lever
Multi function digital speedometer, Gear selection indicator, Odometer, Trip odometer, Hour meter, RPM, Clock, Fuel, Warning lights

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 21 March, 2012.