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I see a Pug W570A 4X4 for sale locally.  Ad says it hasn’t been run in a couple of years.

For sure it needs some work but It looks like it could be a fun item for myself and grandkids to run around local fields and woods.

I don’t find a lot of information about it on the internet.  Hoping to get some feedback about any known problems I should look for and availability of parts. Asking price is $2000.  What would a fair offer be?”

 

Thanks

Ray M

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Pretty much the only thing I could find is one person said it doesn't go up small hills very well. And that's about it.

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Parts might not be hard to find, but they wouldn't be cheap. I doubt there'd be much of a used parts market. Unfortunately the news gets worse from there. The specifications aren't very impressive, and they're underpowered. Unless you just want 4wd, I'd buy a used golf cart. Add tires and a lift kit.

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