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How Much Are ATVs in 2022?

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Have you gone recreational ATV Riding while on vacation and loved it so much that you now find yourself dreaming of owning your very own 4-wheeler? Then it’s time to answer the question how much are ATVs?

The average cost of an ATV varies greatly depending on the type, engine size, and features you choose. Keep reading to get a good idea of how much you can expect to spend on an ATV in 2022.

ATV cost

With a variety of options on the market, picking the right ATV is not an easy task. In this post, we break down the average prices in 2022 for 4-wheelers and SxS ATVs.

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How Much Should I Spend On An ATV?

According to the most recent ATV industry trends, a brand new ATV from a delaership will cost you between $8,000 and $17,000 MSRP in 2022.

How Much Is a Four Wheeler?

On average a new 4-wheeler will cost between $4,000 and $10,000 MSRP.

side by side cost

How Much is a Side by Side?

Depending on your needs and budget, expect to spend $7000 to as high as $30,000 for a brand new SxS ATV with the average SxS falling in at around $15,000 MSRP.

A brand new 2022 Honda FourTrax Recon 4-wheeler will set you back $4499 or you can go for the maxed out 2022 Polaris RZR Pro XP SxS with all the bells and whistles and spend upwards of $22,000

How Much is a Used ATV?

As you might expect, used ATVs are generally more economical than brand new ATVs and also offer more negotiating opportunities.

However, don’t expect there to be a large difference in the price unless are are buying a used ATV that is 5-10 years old.

Used ATV prices can still be as high as $4,000-$20,000 for 2019 or 2020 models.

If you are willing to go to with an ATV from 2016-2018, you can expect to save an additional 20-40% off the price of a brand new ATV.

For example, here are the average Kelly Blue Book typical list prices for a Can-Am Outlander X mr 1000R

  • 2020: $14,405
  • 2019: $13,300
  • 2018: $10,645
  • 2017: $12,215
  • 2016: $ 9,100
Quad cost
Quad Cost

Buying Used ATVs can be a great option because you have more negotiating power, and may be able to get a higher-end ATV, with aftermarket upgrades, for significantly less than a brand new model.

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ATV Riding Maintenance Costs

The expenses that come with ATV riding don’t end after you have bought your dream ATV and taken it for a ride. Just like any other vehicle, it also comes with maintenance costs.

  • Maintenance/Repairs– The sky’s the limit when it comes to maintenance expenses. For example, the cost of a general tune-up can cost anywhere between $100-$400 and includes anything from changing the oil, swapping out spark plugs, etc. However, if you want to let the professionals handle it, be ready to shell out around $80-100/hour on labor fees alone.
  • ATV insurance Cost– The average cost of ATV insurance will range from $100 to $1,600 annually depending on your desired coverage.
  • ATV Gear Cost– The total cost of gear is a very large range. For your essential ATV riding gear including ATV helmets and protective clothing, expect to spend around $600 and up depending on your needs and budget.
  • Riding permits– Expect to spend around $150 annually for this one. 
  • ATV tires– Like cars, ATVs need tire changes at some point. Depending on where you are riding, how you are riding, and what type of tires you have, the cost can range from $50- $400 per tire. 

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The total cost of owning an ATV can greatly vary, but on average, you can expect to pay over $1000 annually to maintain your ATV.

Add that to your monthly payment to purchase the ATV, and your annual expenditures could be between $5,000-$8,000 per year.

If you only plan to ride an ATV on vacation, then we recommend you consider renting an ATV rather than purchasing one. Check out our post on the average cost of ATV riding to learn more.

Fun ATV Riding Clothes

While protective gear is essential on the trail, it’s ok to look cute and share your wilder riding side with the world. I’m a big fan of ball caps and love this adorable “ATV hair, Don’t Care” hat from Sew Vivid Design on Etsy. Be sure to Check out all this cute ATV apparel.

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