WOLFHOUND were very satisfied with the feedback received at the National Ploughing Championships at Tullamore, Co. Offaly on its new to the Irish market 400cc and 500cc CFmoto quad bikes. People who visited the Wolfhound stand were genuinely impressed with how the atvs looked and commented on the high quality of the paintwork and standard of finish. Many were surprised with the price of the quads, given the engine size and standard features, such as winch, extended tow bar, alloy wheels and lockable gear lever. The fact they were road legal was a real bonus.
The Perkins powered diesel utility vehicle was also praised for its value for money, which in a few cases cost nearly half of what people had paid for a branded vehicle. Coming into the Autumn and Winter months, the availability of a full cab went down well with the added bonus of power steering for reasonable price of £11,495 ex vat.
Thanks to all the folk who took the time to visit the Wolfhound stand at the Ploughing Championships and to the Quadzilla guys, who travelled from England with a selection of quads and utvs.
Closer to home, Wolfhound have proved popular for equine purposes too. They sold a diesel utility vehicle to Ballymac Stud, Gilford, who use it for harrowing, rolling and moving jumps around. They also sold their first ever diesel utv to an equestrian centre in Co. Wicklow three years ago and they have had no issues with the vehicle.
Wolfhound can organise trailers for the utvs, which come as standard with a seven-pin socket. The towing capacity is 800kg with 400kg in the cargo bed.
The 4×4 road legal CFmoto quad bikes can tow 345-375kg, so can perform many of the tasks carried out by a utv at a lower price point. The extended tow bar makes it easier to attach implements.