Joyner produce a great range of all-terrain Dune Buggies with the 1600cc Sand Viper 4 seater being the "top of the Range". These super powerful excitement machines promise to be the ultimate in off-roading recreation vehicle.
The 1600 4 seater is a large, fast buggy powered by a big 1600cc 4 stroke 4 cylinder engineliquid cooled engine. It is capable of speeds of up to 100 mph off road. It also features front independent dual A-arm suspension and longitudinal control arm rear suspension to easily handle the off road terrain. Transmission is a 4 speed manual gear box with reverse for complete control .
Four Cylinder 1600cc
Water Cooled Four Stroke Power Plant
Four Speed Manual Gear Box with reverse
Top Speed - 100 MPH
Full Specifications - Model No. JNSZ1600QL
1600cc 4-Stroke, 4 Cyclinder, Liquid Cooled
Bore and Stroke
Electric Fuel Injection
Max power kw/4500rpm
Manual Clutch, 4 shift/reverse
Tyre specification Front
27×7.5-15 (rec. pressure 16psi)
28×15.5-15 (rec. pressure 16psi)
Independent Dual A-Arm
Longitudenal Control Arm
Four disc, hydraulic, right foot control
Fuel Tank Capacity
Overall dimensions (LxWxH)
Max. Load Weight
Min. Ground Clearance
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
You must take
responsibility for your own safety.
Follow the Age Recommendation -
It is strongly recommended that no one under the age of 16 be permitted to drive this ATV
without adult supervision.
Always Wear a Helmet - helmets significantly reduce the number and severity of head injuries. Always
wear an approved motorcycle helmet. It is also recommended that you wear eye protection, sturdy boots,
gloves, and other protective gear.
Drive Off-Road Only - the Joyner ATV is designed and manufactured for off-road use only. The tires are not made for pavement,
and the ATV does not have turn signals and other features required for use on public roads.
Take Time to Learn & Practice -
even if you have driven other ATV, take time to become familiar with how this ATV works and
handles. Practice in a safe area until you build your skills and get accustomed to this ATV’s size and
Because many accidents involve inexperienced or untrained drives, we urge all drivers to take an approved
training course. Check with your dealer for more information on
Be Alert for Off-Road Hazards -
The terrain can present a variety of challenges when you drive off-road. Continually “read” the
terrain for unexpected turns, drop-offs, rocks, ruts, and other hazards. Always keep your speed low
enough to allow time to see and react to hazards.
Drive within Your Limits -
Pushing limits is another major cause of ATV accidents. Never drive beyond your personal
abilities or faster than conditions warrant. Remember that alcohol, drugs, fatigue, and inattention can
significantly reduce your ability to make good judgments and driver safely.
Don’t Drink and Drive -
Alcohol and driving don’t mix. Even one drink can reduce your ability to respond to changing conditions, and
your reaction time gets worse with every additional drink. So don’t drink and drive, and don’t let your friends drink
and drive either.
Never run your ATV indoors -
The exhaust from the engine contains a tasteless, odorless and poisonous gas called carbon
Keep away from moving parts of the ATV -
The operator of the ATV should never place their hands or other parts of their body near any
moving part of the ATV. Failure to adhere to this warning will cause physical harm to your body.
Skidding or Sliding -
The terrain surface can be a major factor affecting turns, Skidding a turn is more likely to occur on slippery
surfaces such as snow, ice, mud and loose gravel. If you skid on ice, you may lose all directional control. To avoid
skidding on slippery terrain, keep you speed low and drive carefully.