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Hello all. I have found 2 Grizzly 125's that I am considering for my 7 year old son. The 2005 seems to be in near perfect condition and the 2013 is in good condition with a few bumps and bruises. There is a $500 price difference between the two, with the 2013 model being more expensive. My question is are there any major differences between the two model years that I am unaware of. Thank you in advance for any help.
 

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Did a quick search, and looks like the same thing as my daughters 2004 125. I'd say, if there both same shape, '13 is $500 more, I'd say get the newest one....
 

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Thank you. I was able to do a little research this morning and I cannot find any major differences between those years.
 

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Different stickers.


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Spark plug numbers changed. Basically the same plugs though.


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Hello all. I have found 2 Grizzly 125's that I am considering for my 7 year old son. The 2005 seems to be in near perfect condition and the 2013 is in good condition with a few bumps and bruises. There is a $500 price difference between the two, with the 2013 model being more expensive. My question is are there any major differences between the two model years that I am unaware of. Thank you in advance for any help.
Which one did you get? I am looking for a 125, did you notice anything to watch out for?
 

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I ended getting the 2005 because I felt it was in much better condition and the seller took another $100 off making the total price difference $600. In my household, $600 is a lot. I am actually picking up the ATV on Monday - so no experience with the quad yet.
 

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They are good tough quads, had 2 of them. They can trail ride right behind the big atvs. No skid plates on them though other then the engine, so be careful.
 

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I ended getting the 2005 because I felt it was in much better condition and the seller took another $100 off making the total price difference $600. In my household, $600 is a lot. I am actually picking up the ATV on Monday - so no experience with the quad yet.
Sounds like the right choice!
 

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Good choice. Your son will love it. Watch him close, though. That's a lot of machine for the average size 7 year old. I sold one a few years ago. They will scoot. Might turn the throttle screw in a few turns to start also.
 

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Good choice. Your son will love it. Watch him close, though. That's a lot of machine for the average size 7 year old. I sold one a few years ago. They will scoot. Might turn the throttle screw in a few turns to start also.
Absolutely! So far we haven't been able to put many miles on, but I am very impressed with the size of these 125's. Small enough for a child, but my wife can also scoot around on it!
 

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Absolutely! So far we haven't been able to put many miles on, but I am very impressed with the size of these 125's. Small enough for a child, but my wife can also scoot around on it!
Well bump this thread up to 10 and get some pics up. Video is even better!:icon_ goofy:
 
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