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Vitacci Cougar Sport 200 - Adult 169cc Sport ATV

Regular price $1,981.25 USD
Regular price $3,123.99 USD Sale price $1,981.25 USD
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The new Vitacci Cougar Sport 200 ATV boasts aggressive sport style look and is perfectly sized for bigger riders. The Cougar 200 features a low-maintenance 169cc, four-stroke, air-cooled engine. This four wheeler is built on a durable steel frame and rugged suspension for great off-road handling. The big, 21 inch front and 20 inch rear tires eat up the trails with ease and the combination drum/hydraulic disc brakes provide excellent stopping power. Convenient electric start, fully automatic with hand shift gear selector and reverse makes the machine easy to get on and go.

MODEL NO.                         COUGAR SPORT-200 (169cc)


Engine  Type: 169CC,Air cooled, 4-stroke, cylinder,automatic
Start Type: Electric start 
Battery: 12V/9Ah
Transmission: Chain Drive
G.W.(Lbs.): 374
Engine Gear: Fully Auto with reverse
N.W.(lbs): 330
Shift Gear: Hand Shift
Max Loading(lbs): 165
Max Torque: 7.5N.m/5000-5500r/min
Overall Size(inch): 62x44.5x43.3
Wheelbase(inch): 43.52
Carton Size(inch): 59x32.50x31
Ignition: CDI
Seat Height(inch): 4
Fuel Capacity(L): 4.2
Ground Clearance(inch): 12
 Front Hand Brake: Drum 
Rear Foot Brake: Hydraulic Disc 
Tire Front: 21x7-10
Tire Rear: 20x10-10
Suspension Front(inch): 13.4
Suspension Rear(inch): 14.2

Customer Reviews

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Fred A
Vitacci Cougar Sport 200 ATV

I purchased (2) Vitacci Cougar Sport 200 ATV's from Wholesale ATV (I called them and discussed what I was looking for and they gave me a couple options, once I knew what I was going to buy I ordered them online. It took about 6 weeks to get them delivered but being in the middle of a pandemic I felt this was pretty decent (you can track the shipping progress online). They came in large steel crates wrapped in cardboard and sitting on a pallet (they were one on top of the other total 1100 pounds). To assemble you have to first disassemble the crates (bolted together), after that you have to install the handle bar (and pad), front and rear racks, battery (have to add acid and charge), wheels, seat and fuel line. My seats didn't lock in (I had to modify the latch) and you have to close the fuel drain screw on the bottom of the carburetor. Once assembled, check oil, fill the tank with gas and start up (note - there is a slide (off) switch on the left grip that you need to have in the middle and push in for it to reset). Ride them for 30 minutes, change the oil, grease all the fitting, align the front wheels and you are good to go. The ATV is pretty fast, easy to ride and it does have a kickstart for emergencies (sort of hard to use but does the job in a pinch). I would say you do have to be mechanically inclined to assemble these correctly and have a solid reliable machine. Overall I am pleased with these quads, they startup quickly and run great. I did not have to contact Wholesale ATV for help so I cannot comment on their support but my experience purchasing was great.