I for one do have experience with Chinese made off road vehicles.
Not this one in particular but the off road buggies.
This is pretty much a direct copy of the Yamaha Rhino.
I'm sure it will do fine the first time or two out. If your nice to it.
If you run it hard like a Japanese product, your gonna have problems.
Mainly with the suspension & some engine part related mounting points.
Like stated above. Much lesser quality materials.
You will get bending, cracking, & breaking of arms, tie rods, & brackets.
Generally it will start costing you money in a very short time.
The buggy I worked on had the rear trailing arms twist, the radiator mount break & even the whip mount bent. Not to mention the fan was wired backwards! LOL
All in the first two days.
It was driven carefully (no jumps or whoops) just ripping around graded roads & the occasional dip here & there.
This is the car.
Looks quality enough.... Not!
Here's on of the arms after we got new replacements & plated them up & re powder coated them.
Sorry no bent arm pics. It's not my car.
It sure helped in handling (no more flex) & made it beefy enough to hammer on.
The owner (my nephew) said it drives much better now with just the arms reinforced.
Looks can surly be deceiving & price doesn't always represent quality.
Based on your question, that's why your asking.
I hope this helps in your decision.
Remember. With any "vehicle" made in China your gonna put some money in it. Most likely more than what a good Polaris XP would cost you, buying this one you mentioned, to get it in a working condition that warrants keeping it.
You will also be limited, if any, in upgrades & after market support.
To me it just doesn't make sense to buy this one when so many other, better quality, products are available.