Currently buggy companies are having trouble in the US:
Joyner had their distributor purchased by another company that went bankrupt. A new distributor has started, but parts are slow to come and no vehicles have imported yet. This is not an issue in Australia since Joyner has a distributor there.
Carter Brothers/Ace had their warehouse and manufacturing plant burn down due to arson. Hopefully they can rebuild, but there may be something more to this fire...
Hammerhead Off Road has been a solid buggy, but efforts to import anything bigger than 250cc to the US have not materialized. HH makes larger buggies that could be desirable.
Kinroad makes similar quality buggies as Hammerhead, but is having EPA certification delays.
There are the inexpensive Tomberlin and Baja products that do well for the price you pay (same class as the Yerf-Dog).
Then you have Roketa/BMS buggies that usually made by Goka .Roketa buys from various sources and was caught with forged EPA documents.
SUNL is like Roketa and buys from the cheapest builder to call it their own. They have the least consistent product of any brand and support is spotty.
[b]2006 Tank Urban Touring 150SE[/b]
6" intake plenum, 1.5" UNI filter, K&N precharger, 130 main jet, NGK Iridium IX CR7HIX spark plug, MRP yellow adjustable CDI, Orange high output coil, 14Ah sealed battery, 2000 RPM red torque spring, Koso 115mm variator, Dr Pulley 12g sliders