The Unison Desert Cat 90 features a 82.5cc 2 stroke single with a silky smooth CVT and well-calibrated tranny so your little rider can focus on the trail and not on shifting.
The 90 is chain driven with a monoshock rear suspension offering cushy comfort through the rough stuff. The Desert Cat’s good skid plating also glides over obstacles so you can make it through some pretty challenging mud and give mom a hefty wash project for all Junior’s riding gear.
The single A-Arm up front is adequate for youth riders up to 100 pounds, but will generate a bit of bump steer for bigger riders. The dual drums on the front aren’t sophisticated, but get the job done though we think kids will likely take to the rear hydraulic instead which works like a charm.
Like the rest of Unison’s lineup, the Desert Cat 90 features electric start so your youngster can get the rockets firing on his own even if he shuts it off trail-side or to quiet things down to get clear and poignant instructions from Dad or Mom.
Other notable features include a horn, spacious foot rests and a lengthy tether cord that will shut down the ATV if pulled from its socket.
One blessing in disguise is the fairly wide turning radius the 90 boasts. One might take exception to this on a full-sized ATV as it isn’t the best for real tight maneuvers, but for your child it’s a great safety feature which can prevent the rider from taking a corner too sharply and being pitched off resulting in injury.
In the US call Unison Motors at (626) 455-0578 and in Canada call Crank Motorsports at (604) 552-5822.