"Hisun lists its Sector 750 UTV as a utility model and prices it like a base model, but the specifications and equipment are more in line with a well-equipped general-purpose recreation machine. Like the Hisun Forge 750 two-up quad Dirt Wheels tested recently, the level of standard equipment is impressive for a machine that retails for a tick under 10 grand. For a base-price machine, it has a quality look to it, ample comfort, aggressive tires on cast-aluminum wheels and fully adjustable shocks. It also comes stock with A-arm guards, a roof and a 3500-pound-capacity winch. On top of that equipment are safety features like a horn and turn signals. You can buy a machine from one of the big brands at this price. One example is the Polaris Ranger 570. It is the same price and has approximately equivalent performance at the same price, but at this price the Polaris has steel wheels, no roof, no suspension guards, no winch and no mirrors."