A lot of ATVs promise you the world yet fail to live up to it. The Yamaha YFM350R isn’t one of them. As a full-size ATV that promises to bring you to the next level of off-road experience, the YFM350R isn’t about breaking its word.

It comes powered by a 348 cc 4-stroke engine that’s mated to a six-speed gearbox, providing enough power and reliability to make your off-road trabels as smooth as smooth can be.

In addition, the ATV also carries an up standard suspension set-up with dual rate springs that bring you the best of both worlds. The small bumps are of no hindrance as they are increasingly absorbed, while the bigger hits are controlled by second-stage springing.

Over at the back, you’ll find the rear shock, which limits the performance-reducing effects of heat build-up. Meanwhile, the lightweight aluminum wheels minimize unsprung weight, allowing the suspension set-up to handle its business.

Just take this YFM350R into your daily life and you’ll find the extraordinary riding experiences that enable you to feel the comfortable along with the fun situation.

Find out more about the Yamaha YFM350R after the jump.

  • 2013 Yamaha YFM350R
  • Year:
  • Engine:
    Single cylinder, air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valves
  • Transmission:
    6 speed & reverse, wet multiplate clutch
  • Energy:
    Carburettor Mikuni BSR 36 mm
  • Displacement:
    348 L
  • Price:

Yamaha YFM350R

2013 Yamaha YFM350R Exterior
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The YFM350R is a full-size ATV purpose-built to take you to the next level of off-road experience. A 6-speed gearbox (with reverse) puts you in total command of a 348cc 4-stroke engine that combines ample power with incredible reliability.

Up front, suspension with dual rate springs bring you the best of both worlds: small bumps are progressively absorbed, with bigger hits handled by second-stage springing. At the back, the rear shock limits the performance-reducing effects of heat build-up.

Lightweight aluminium wheels minimise unsprung weight to let the suspension do its work. Low-profile tyres keep cornering precise and the handling responsive.

Exploration, a world of fun and a thrilling outdoor experience with friends - that’s the promise of Yamaha’s leisure range.

Choose from sporty models to long-distance trail models. From entry-level models to models for the more experienced. There’s an ATV to everyone’s liking and riding ability. Each ATV has the technology and ergonomics to tackle whatever nature throws at you so you can enjoy the outdoors in a relaxed and comfortable way.

And with our ATVs running low on fuel and requiring minimal maintenance, you and your fellow co-riders only have to plunge yourselves into the adventures ahead and make it an unforgettable experience.

Precision engine design

2013 Yamaha YFM350R Exterior
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Yamaha ATV’s 4-stroke engines are designed to provide high levels of torque at low and mid-range rpm. The result is increased traction - on all kinds of terrain. The YFM350R features a low maintenance, air-cooled 4-stroke 348cc engine that provides lively performance that’s easy yet great fun to control.

Effortless transmission

2013 Yamaha YFM350R Exterior
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The 6-speed manual gearbox (with reverse) on the YFM350R lets you get the most from the 348cc engine.

Long-travel adjustable suspension

2013 Yamaha YFM350R Exterior
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With long-travel suspension, tyres maintain longer and more consistent ground contact - even on uneven terrain. With independent front suspension, the movement of each front wheel is not affected by the other. This improves handling by allowing the ATV to track bumpy terrain more accurately and remain in a level, controlled posture.

Front and rear disc brakes

2013 Yamaha YFM350R Exterior
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Large-diameter ventilated hydraulic front and rear disc brakes deliver excellent stopping power in all conditions while the easy-to-use, toggle-link-type handlebar mounted parking brake can be set with one hand.

Skid plates and ground clearance

2013 Yamaha YFM350R Exterior
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The composite skid plates and ground clearance of 115mm offer maximum underbelly protection.

Ergonomic design

2013 Yamaha YFM350R High Resolution Exterior
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Piloting an ATV brings an unusual combination of muscles into play. Yamaha ATVs are designed to be straightforward to use and comfortable to manoeuvre for the widest possible range of body shapes and sizes.


2013 Yamaha YFM350R High Resolution Exterior
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Engine type Single cylinder, air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valves
Displacement 348cc
Bore x stroke 83.0 mm x 64.5 mm
Compression ratio 9.2 : 1
Lubrication system Wet sump
Fuel system Carburettor Mikuni BSR 36 mm
Ignition system DC-CDI
Starter system Electric
Transmission system 6 speed & reverse, wet multiplate clutch
Drive system 2WD
Final transmission Sealed O-ring chain
Front suspension system Independent double wishbone, 5 position preload adjustable spring, 200 mm wheel travel
Rear suspension system Swingarm, 5 position preload adjustable spring, 210 mm wheel travel
Front brake Dual hydraulic disc
Rear brake Hydraulic disc
Front tyres AT21x7-10
Rear tyres AT20x10-9
Overall length 1,780 mm
Overall width 1,095 mm
Overall height 1,080 mm
Seat height 820 mm
Wheelbase 1,210 mm
Minimum ground clearance 115 mm
Wet weight (including full oil and fuel tank) 180 kg (184 kg for homologated model)
Fuel tank capacity 9.0 litres
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