Hisun’s Sector 250 is a compact machine that is highly maneuverable and fully featured for work or play. It suits youth drivers, yet can snugly handle two adult occupants. A bumper, A-arm protectors, the winch and the lights are all part of a quality
package, and all of those parts come standard on a Hisun.
❏ Despite the fact that the Sector 250 is the smallest and most
basic of Hisun’s UTVs, it follows the company’s philosophy of
providing what is likely the most well-equipped machine in the
admittedly small class. The level of standard equipment is impressive for a machine that retails for a little under $5000. The plastic
body panels are glossy (and available in a variety of colors) with
thick and durable stickers applied. Comfort features abound,
including a roof, dual rear-view mirrors, a dump bed, machined
aluminum wheels, radial tires and a winch. All of those items
come standard. There is also a horn button in the center of the
steering wheel, brake lights and even turn signals.
A mini-me UTV
for work and play
By the staff of Dirt Wheels