Money doesn't grow on trees. But, that doesn't mean you can't save a little cash here and there and pick yourself up a good used machine to dodge the trees. Sure...a brand new ATV is likely going to have more features, ride more comfortably, and likely "wow" your friends. However, that doesn't mean an inexpensive used machine can't hang with a new one on the trails with the right pilot aboard.
After checking out the values at Kelly Blue Book (www.kbb.com) on some of the more popular used machines we see frequently out on the trails we summarized a list of our top picks. To qualify for the list, no ATV with a KBB retail value of more than $3500 was considered and the values were based on model year 2006. Keep in mind that the values are just a guide, and that there there are also plenty of other models out there that make excellent used ATV's.