This is the Tuk-Tuk, an insane, fun, and ridiculous car, and not just any tuk-tuk, but Dana White’s Tuk-Tuk. Today I’m reviewing this Tuk-Tuk, and I’ll show you all the many quirks and features. I’m also going to get behind the wheel of the Tuk-Tuk and show you what it’s like to drive.
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Tuk Tuks are those wonderful wheeled vehicles that you see in pretty much every street scene of Bangkok. Brightly coloured, highly decorated and jazzed up by their driver, finding gaps in the traffic where no gaps seem to exist and a ‘must do’ for everyone when visiting Bangkok. But let’s take it back to basics.
This Tuk Tuk has been reviewed by Doug DeMuro.Equipment includes a 12-inch front wheel, plastic side curtains, handlebar steering, a hand throttle, an ammeter, an engine temperature gauge, multicolor upholstery, and more as detailed below.
Modifications reported by the seller include 15-inch Velo Racing rear wheels, an aftermarket exhaust system, UFC decals and graphics, hand-painted pinstriping, mudflaps, and transparent protective seat covers.Power comes from a three-cylinder gasoline engine of unknown displacement and output. Output is sent to the rear wheels via a 4-speed manual transmission.