Farmers and enthusiasts are being urged to get in early if they want a new quad bike, as major manufacturers pull out of the Australian market.
As of October next year, Honda has warned it will stop selling quad bikes in Australia, following in the footsteps of Polaris and Yamaha.
The decision comes after the announcement of new federal government standards which will require all quad bikes be fitted with rollover protection from October 2021.
While some regional sellers are reportedly selling out of the popular bikes, Wagga Motorcycles' Darren Brunsdon said he has not noticed a huge surge in interest from customers.
However, he is advising customers to get in early if they wanted to order a Honda quad bike.
Customers are already highly unlikely to be able to secure a Polaris brand bike.
The federal government introduced the new regulations last year in response to an Australian Competition and Consumer Commission report outlining the risk of quad bikes rolling over and crushing riders.
The ACCC's quad bike task force produced its recommendations after a two-year safety investigation.
The standard requires that within 12 months, all new quad bikes will need to have information affixed to them about the degree of slope at which they will start to overturn.
Within 24 months, all new general use quad bikes will need to conform with minimum standards for stability on slopes.
According to the ACCC, the standard will also require that all new general use quad bikes sold in Australia will have to have an operator protection device or rollover bar, to reduce the risk of serious crush injuries and deaths in the event of a rollover.
The ACCC said nine people had died in quad bike and side-by-side related accidents in Australia so far this year.
In a statement, Honda has said the Australian government standards could not be met by any quad bike currently on the market.
"It's unlikely to be met by anything in the future and forces Honda to exit the ATV [all-terrain vehicle] category," Honda said.