Bad Boy Buggies' New 2013 Recoil iS

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posted on January 23, 2013
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Bad Boy Buggies—which manufactures its entire line right here in the United States—has introduced its new 2013 Recoil iS 4-wheeler. This vehicle is fully electric, and offers four-wheel drive. It has a 72-volt AC drive technology electrical system powering it, giving you extended range. On average it gets 40 miles between each charge on any terrain. The Recoil iS is extremely energy efficient, and gives consistent performance. The iS features four-wheel independent suspension, 1 3/4 struts for more robustness, and the ability to clamp on after-market accessories. It also comes with seat belts and side-safety nets.

For more information visit BadBoyBuggies.com.

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