Fully adjustable, nitrogen-charged,
remote reservoir shocks are
unexpected on a machine like the
Sector but welcome.
We helped set up a mountain
bike course at a local park. We were
impressed with the ease of loading
and unloading the Sector. We used
the back-seat area to do some hauling
as well. When moving tents and pop-up canopies around on the grass, we
unlocked both diffs to save the turf.
For work, the Hisun Sector 1000
offers a 350-pound capacity in the bed
and a modest but acceptable towing
capacity of 1200 pounds; it can get the
job—whatever the job—done in style.
It is certainly capable and fun on trails,
but it prefers lower speeds.
For those who live in states that
allow UTVs to be registered for light
and rural street use, the lights, horn
and signals are another bonus on
a machine that is already nicely
equipped. We truly enjoyed the roof,
doors, mirrors and the idea that we
had a beefy winch handy. The EPS
is a bonus on a machine this size.
We like the one-year warranty as
well. The Hisun comes with roughly
$2000 to $3000 in accessories that
most machines in this class consider
options. Those options can make a day
of fun or a day of work, especially the
winch, much better, and there is clearly
value to go with performance in the