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The ATV is an All Terrain Vehicle, as it's name implies. It is classified as an Offroad vehicle, though it will appear under the utility vehicles tab on your phone.
As it is noted as offroad vehicle, the ATV easily gets flip, out of control or barrel roll due to its small size plus the driver's size.
Overall, the ATV has acceptable specifications. As it is an offroad vehicle that costs $30,000, not much more is expected.
170 is considered to be low for a max speed, however, the vehicle was designed and built for exploring, and not for speed. This is lower than the Chevy Impala.
The braking is considered acceptable (0.4 - 0.6). However, when braking, players will often feel that this value is significantly higher due to its short braking distance.
The handling is average and is like most vehicles currently in the game, being considered at an acceptable level (0.4 - 0.6). However, when braking, turning is near to impossible at the same time.
The changes between stock and fully upgraded are insignificant. It is recommended, with this vehicle, to only change the tires, suspension and braking.
The difference between fully upgraded and no upgrades is a 23.5% increase. This is significant compared to the difference with Supercars.
Even when lacking upgrades, the acceleration is already rather good. It is recommended not to upgrade this value as it is only a 2.7% decrease and is not worth the money.
The trend with the ATV is everything can be upgraded but not significantly, this is the case with braking. Although, it is recommended to buy racing slicks as this can be useful for offroading.
As with other vehicles, the handling value does not increase as a general value. Buying the Offroad tires is recommended as the ATV is an offroad vehicle and its intended purpose is for exploring/offroading.