Imposing, tough and agile, what more could you want from an ATV. With its unstable character the Yamaha Grizzly 700 EPS SE is able to deal with any type of tracks with poise.
Power comes from a single cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 4-valves engine which has a displacement of 686cc. The engine is paired with a capable Ultramatic transmission and you also get a convenient system which helps you switch easy from 2WD to 4WD to diff-lock.
To help you maneuver the ATV easier, Yamaha offers a speed-sensitive EPS system which greatly reduces the physical effort required when steering. Needless to say, that the ATV also comes with a small turning radius which gives you all the flexibility needed.
Moreover, due to a range of Yamaha accessories, from winches to ploughs, you can make shorter any of your work. It’s also worthy of being said that the Yamaha Grizzly 700 EPS Special Edition comes with aluminum wheels.
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The Yamaha YTF2 is a versatile utility vehicle which is able to cope with a wide range of applications. The vehicle was designed to offer a comfortable ride but is also able to reward you with pretty capable performances, as is one of the best models in its class.
The Yamaha YTF2 rides on a set of automotive-style, coil-over-shock strut suspensions which put comfort on the first place and deal great with bumps. You also get a pneumatic-assisted, tilting dump bed for payloads up to 363kg.
Power comes from a low-emission 357cc engine rated at 8.5 kW at 3,500 rpm. The Yamaha YTF2 is also fitted with a tough and dependable HybriCore chassis, self-adjusting 4-wheel drum brakes and seamless seat cushions that offer a smooth ride.
The stopping power is assured by a set of self-adjusting drum brakes on all four wheels.
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Yamaha surprised many people when has decided to build golf carts. Though nobody blame the company’s decision and the news was received pretty well by the media.
Yamaha’s motorcycles and ATVs were strong, reliable and capable products, thereby the Japanese manufacturer had to keep the same high standards for its new golf carts. Needless to say that the result didn’t disappoint us and its products are now considered among the best in the business.
The Yamaha G29A makes no exception and is fitted with an engine that has been exclusively designed to enable you go over the course in as smooth a fashion as possible. In a nutshell, that’s what the G29A is all about, a golf cart that takes the benefit from the technology that can be found on the entire Yamaha line-up.
The cart features a ramp-style clutch blended in the low cost maintenance, an accurate steering and a perfectly tuned suspension which makes every ride a true joy.
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Yamaha started as a motorcycle manufacturer, but today the company builds boats, ATVs, snowmobiles, and even golf carts.
One of the newest models developed by the Japanese company is the Yamaha G29E 48 Volt, a golf cart that comes perfectly prepared and fitted with the best engine to move smoothly across any course while also taking advantage from the technology that can be found on the entire Yamaha line-up.
Among the most notable features of the Yamaha G29E 48 Volt you will find the IntelliPower System that includes a very efficient and smooth 48-Volt motor. As most of the electric vehicles out there, the Yamaha G29E 48 Volt is also fitted with a set of regenerative brakes. Other notable features include the Genius2 system (a PDA based diagnostic and programming system) and a pack of six 8-Volt batteries.
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The Rhino 700 SE was born from Yamaha’s dream to create a rugged and capable all terrain vehicle which puts functionality and fun on the first place. This multipurpose vehicle is powered by a 686cc engine that gives the kind of inexorable and high-traction torque that is necessary for pulling out of the slipperiest and toughest conditions.
The vehicle rides on an independent double wishbone suspension, which, along with the On-Command drive system, will keep your riding experience safe. The ATV also features a pretty high ground clearance which measures 280 mm. You also get a pretty generous cargo bed which is able to deal with a maximum weight of 181 kg.
This particular model is in fact, a special edition version, which has been dressed with aluminum wheels and a sun top as standard. It also has deep bucket seats, modifiable seatbelts and suitably placed grab-rails, to give your day premium comfort and pleasure.
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The 2012 Yamaha Xenter sports a modern design language which is combined with proper ergonomics and a pretty agile engine. Needless to say that its dimensions were carefully calculated to help you deal easy with congested traffic situations without affecting the overall comfort.
Talking about comfort, the Yamaha Xenter 125 features a sculpted seat and ergonomically designed handlebars and footrests. Moreover, the twin tube frame allows a smooth, almost flat front panel, so a handbag or case can be hung from the hook. You also get a generous under-seat storage and a big glove box.
At the heart of the scooter, you’ll find a throaty 125cc engine that lets you accelerate past busy inner-city traffic. The stylish anti-vibration technology allows a new kind of frame mount.
The ride is kept in check by the innovative motorcycle-style motocross suspension which helps the Xenter 125 perform like the agile and easy handling scooter is supposed to be.
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The 2012 Yamaha BW’s Naked is a modern scooter packed with a wide range of new technologies which help it compete with success against its rivals.
The bike is wrapped in a pretty unique skin which gives it a fancy look. We especially like the retro style used for the front fascia and the creative paint scheme. With uncovered handlebars and stripped styling, the scooter is ready to undertake any kind of road you venture into.
The Yamaha BW’s Naked is propelled by a 2-stroke 50cc engine that delivers a maximum power of 2.4 kw @ 6500 rpm and 3.6 Nm of torque @ 6000 rpm. Power is sent to the rear wheel through a fully automatic transmission.
Other features offered by the Yamaha BW’s Naked include a lightweight chassis, fat patterned 10" tires and distinctive dual headlights. You also get a dual seat and integral passenger grab handles.
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With its compact dimensions, the modern design language and low fuel consumption, the Yamaha X-City is a commuter’s dream.
The scooter is packed with a pair of pretty big wheels which offer great low speed maneuverability and keep the high speed ride as comfortable as possible.
In terms of style the Yamaha X-City 125 features a stylish front design with a height-adjustable windscreen and twin headlights. You also get a pretty comfortable seat and an ergonomically designed handlebar.
At the heart of the X-City 125 is a 125 cc fuel-injected engine that churns enough output to make riding around town a breeze. Complementing the engine are dependable front and rear disc brakes.
The bike is also fitted with plenty of storage spaces which include two practical compartments and a generous under-seat console.
Taking the advantage from Yamaha’s know-how in the world of scooters, the high-fashion, high-wheel X-City 125 is the kind of ride that won’t leave you disappointed.
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The Yamaha Venture Lite comes with a long list of features which make it a pretty practical and versatile snowmobile. It’s also built with comfort in mind and you’ll especially like the tall windshield, heated grips, comfy seats and luggage rack. Moreover, the passenger seat can be simply removed for solo riding, while the extra luggage space gives you more room to stow your belongings.
Power comes from Yamaha’s fuel-injected Genesis 4-stroke Sport Performance engine, which will bring mile after mile of smooth and economical power.
The Venture Lite is built on the FX chassis, which has a lightweight, rigid CF Die-Cast member and chromoly tube construction. The ride quality is kept in check by a double wishbone front suspension specially engineered for the Venture Lite. The suspension was carefully designed to accommodate the particular weight distribution and handling needs of a snowmobile, thereby is perfectly suited for the Yamaha Venture Lite.
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Yamaha presented the 2013 version of its Grizzly 125. The ATV is one of the toughest models in its class and is able with any type of job without breaking a sweat.
The Yamaha Grizzly 125 puts practicality on the first place and thanks to its simple character it can be easily ridden by any one regardless of its level of experience. The ATV is also very versatile and is ideal for moving light loads, irrigation, herding livestock, or just getting around any place of work with varied land.
The Yamaha Grizzly 125 is powered by a torque-heavy engine which has a 124cc displacement. The engine is combined with an automatic transmission which together with the Electric Power steering offers easy maneuverability and complete control over the ATV. Moreover the Grizzly 125 was also designed to present reliability and comfortability with minimum maintenance.
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