— As the first UTV magazine, UTV Action has tested machines some UTV enthusiasts have never heard of. In our July, 2007 issue, we tested the first–and smallest single seat youth UTV, the Eton Rover 90.
With a price of $2799, it’s also the least expensive UTV ever offered. The little 88.4cc machine was perfect for young drivers, even those too small for today’s 150, 170, 200, and 250 youth UTVs. An adult could fit in and drive the machine, though.
The single A-arm front suspension had just 2.1 inches of travel and the swingarm rear suspension had just over three inches. We miss the Rover, and Eton, which went out of business in 2013.