Coleman Powersports Off-Road Go-Kart

Dec 6, 2017

Category: Rides

Though certainly more well-known for their excellent camping gear and tool accessories, Coleman actually has a pretty solid range of small-form super fun vehicles in their catalogue – however out-of-their-wheelhouse that may seem. One such vehicle is this: their Powersports KT196 Go-Kart.

This little gas-powered 4-wheeler is loaded with a 196cc 4 stroke OHV 1 cylinder, offering up 6.5 horsepower. That might not sound like much, but its enough to get up to 31 mph – which, trust us, is plenty fast for a vehicle this small and low to the ground. It also seats 2 with a maximum load capacity of 400 pounds, so you can bring a friend along on your real-life game of Mario Kart, if you want. And if things get a little hairy, it comes equipped with hydraulic disc brakes and a roll cage. Strap in and hit the track now for $1,451.

Purchase: $1,000+

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