Special Silver Edition Grizzly
The class-leading, Grizzly 700 SE casts an even bigger shadow on the competition with its sleek matte silver color and graphic scheme paired with cast aluminum wheels. 2015 Yamaha Grizzly 700 FI Auto. 4x4 EPS SE Key Features:
• The Grizzly 700 FI 4x4 EPS Special Edition is coated with Tactical Black paint and includes cast aluminum wheels and special graphics.
• The Grizzly 700 FI 4x4 EPS SE, with its powerful 686cc, liquid-cooled, SOHC power plant (...)
The Yamaha YFM250R is a fun and comfortable ATV which rewards you with a pretty unique riding experience. It also comes with the technology and ergonomics to undertake whatever nature throws at you so you can enjoy the outdoors at any time way.
The ATV is propelled by a 250 cc, four-stroke engine that offers pulse-quickening performance along with instant pickup from virtually any revs. Power is sent to the ground through a 5-speed gear box paired with a wet multiplate clutch. The stopping power assured by the high performance triple disc brakes.
The ATV has also a pretty charming look and we especially like the distinctive R-line bodywork and headlights that are combined with many dynamic lines and sharp surfaces.
With a great performance billing, you’ll have no regrets whatsoever if you do decided to ride with the YFM250R.
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The Yamaha Grizzly450 IRS is ready to serve you with loyalty regardless of what type of terrain lies under its wheels.
Built to be an all-around ATV with an attitude, the Grizzly 450 IRS has been fitted with smart technology, from comprehensive LCD instrumentation and a 3-mode On-Command system for fast selection between drive settings, to superb traction on every kind of terrain. On top of that is reliable to the core, requires low maintenance and is also pretty fuel-efficient.
The ATV’s heart is a torque-heavy, single cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valves engine with a displacement of 421cc. The engine has enough grunt to help you tackle even the most demanding tracks.
The Yamaha Grizzly 450 IRS is also pretty easy to maneuver, because is fitted with effort-reducing technologies like automatic transmission and Electric Power Steering. In addition, Yamaha designers made sure to give the ATV an ergonomic design that will enable you to feel comfortable after a long day in the saddle.
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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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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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Thanks to its unstoppable character, the Yamaha Grizzly 300 is one of the most appreciated ATVs in its class. The ATV is able to deal with a wide range of applications and whether you want to carry some load or to move as fast as possible through the wood, the Grizzly 300 is ready to serve your needs.
Its strong single cylinder, SOHC, 4 stroke, 4 valves engine brings imposing levels of torque and traction and has a displacement of 287cc. The engine is paired with a similarly capable automatic gearbox which provides exceptional performance. You also get simplified High and Low ratio settings, which help you can get rid of the need for clutch and gear operation.
The ATV was built with ergonomy in mind. Thereby the seat, handlebar and footrests are all carefully shaped to maximize comfort.
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The Yamaha YFM90R may not impress you with its stature but this doesn’t mean that it’s not strong. Power comes from a lively 88 cc, single cylinder, air cooled, 4 stroke engine which is married with a automatic CVT transmission.
The ATV is also fitted with a simple CDI plug-in which regulates the engine power output to fit different riding abilities. Meanwhile, a parking brake on the handlebar makes sure that the YFM90R stays precisely where you last left it.
The ride is kept in check by a double A-arm independent front suspension while the breaking is assuared by a rear disc brake.
The compact engine design and the long travel suspension keep Yamaha ATVs riding high over rough ground. The ATV is also fitted with strong skid plates which help to protect its engine and chassis.
All in all, the YFM90R’s all-around versatility makes it an attractive entry-level ATV option for start-up riders everywhere.
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The Yamaha Grizzly 350 4WD is one of the toughest ATVs in its lineup, as is able to deal effortless with almost anything you throw at him. In its wild adventures, the Yamaha Grizzly 350 4WD is helped by a robust engine which is paired with a capable Ultramatic transmission.
You won’t have any significant complains about the ride quality either, as the front and rear suspension allows it to float over rough terrain with poise. Moreover, the On-Command 2WD/4WD system enables you to switch easily between suitable driving modes.
The 2012 Yamaha Grizzly 350 4WD is also offered with a range of practical Yamaha accessories which include winches, ploughs, lighting kits and battery chargers. In addition, the ATV has also been fitted with rear and front racks, allowing it to carry loads of up to 120kg.
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Searching for a rugged and strong ATV? Then you should take a closer look at the Yamaha Grizzly 550. The vehicle features a robust construction, is packed with a muscular 558cc engine and is also available with power steering which helps you move with agility in any situation. The 558cc engine delivers a generous amount of torque helping you tow big loads without any problems. The Grizzly 550 EPS has also a pretty good fuel economy and sports a high-capacity 20-litre fuel tank which offers a generous autonomy.
The ATV features Yamaha’s push-button On-Command 2WD/4WD system with locked-differential which lets you easily switch between drive modes, offering a fast change from crawling to climbing.
The ride quality is assured by a long-travel suspension that helps you deal easy with rugged terrain. The double A-Arm front suspension and Independent Rear Suspension can also adapt to a wide range of terrains.
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India Yamaha seems to be in a good spot these days, at least since the new Yamaha Crux became a hot seller in the Indian market. Combining a low price tag and impressive mechanical characteristics, the Yamaha Crux is definitely well suited for a mass market like India.
The Crux isn’t a bike that you’d consider when you’re looking for a world-beater, but if it’s astonishing looks or eye-catching graphics that you’re after, it’s a great choice, even with its simple and sober color schemes. More to that, the Crux also carries some pretty useful features, including an analogue instrument panel, a standard braking system and suspension system, and an engine that packs an impressive punch, at least relative to its stature.
Speaking of its powertrain, the engine of the Yamaha Crux produces top power of 7.6 horsepower at 7,500 rpm and a peak torque of 7.85 Nm at 6,000 rpm. In order to use its engine output in a better way, the company has fitted it with four-speed manual gearbox with the multiplate clutch.
That’s more than enough for us to call this bike worthy of the price consumers will have to shell out for it.
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Looking the part of a camouflaged all-road runner, the Yamaha Grizzly 450 EPS is designed to enable you to stay comfortable under any conditions during a lengthy working day. It’s fitted with Electronic Power Steering, fully independent suspension, a rear wet brake, On-Command drive system, and a one-piece lightweight frame. If lively and quick were the name of the game, the Grizzly 450 EPS would be lapping the field.
With the help of effort-reducing technologies like automatic transmission and Electric Power Steering and ergonomic designs, the Grizzly 450 EPS lets you feel comfortable after a long day in the saddle. Certainly, they are economical and only need low maintenance.
Moreover, the lightweight tires and a comfortable seat enable you to feel the comfort during riding. The fuel economy, low maintenance requirements, and a range of handy accessories complete your overall riding experience.
Furthermore, the torque-heavy engines allows you to get moving when terrain is tricky, or even when loads are heavy.
Just the right combination for an all-world ATV.
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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.
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The 2012 Yamaha Rhino sets the standard for versatility, value, and reliable performance for an ATV, all while looking the part of its name. It’s fairly easy to judge an ATV based on how much it can handle at any given point in time, but as far as exceeding expectations, the Rhino is as capable as any of its contemporaries - and then some.
Built on the same principles as that of the Rhino 700FI, the 700 FI Sport Edition adds a bit of style and sizzle into what is already an uncompromisingly imposing package.
It is ready to go and packed with plenty of amenities, including fully adjustable piggyback shocks, one-piece cast aluminum wheels, injection-molded sun top, over fenders, and a Baja-inspired front carry bar. The ATV also has thick bucket seats and a long-travel suspension system that work together to provide the smoothest ride in the industry, as well as dealer-installed LED tail lights, a brushed aluminum shift knob, cargo bed rails, a stylish steering wheel, a three-point seat belt with anti-cinch shoulder belt, a center-mounted
console shifter, and a parking brake lever.
But more than its aesthetics, the Rhino 700FI Sport Edition sets itself apart with a 686cc liquid/oil-cooled, four-stroke engine that provides undeniable performance anytime and anywhere. The engine is mated to an industry-exclusive fully automatic Ultramatic transmission with dual-range drive and
and an industry-exclusive three-position On-Command In/Out 4WD feature that allows you to switch between 2WD, limited-slip 4WD and fully locked differential 4WD at the ease of just pushing a button.
As far as handling duties are concerned, the Rhino comes with a fully independent four-wheel suspension featuring double wishbones on the front and rear deliver 7.3" of wheel travel and 12.1" of ground clearance, making it the perfect companion for all your go-anywhere, do-anything adventures.
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It’s not the most eye pleasing ATV you can find in the market, but as far as versatility, value, and reliable performance are concerned, the Yamaha Rhino 700 FI Auto hods a back seat to no one.
True it’s name, the Rhino has all the tools that will provide you with an amazingly high level of comfort and ease, thanks to its powerful engine, Ultramatic transmission and long-travel four-wheel independent suspension.
The design of the Rhino isn’t going to win any styling contests, but it will give you a utilitarian purpose that very few all-utility ATVs can compete with. The Rhino has thick bucket seats and a long-travel suspension system that work together to provide the smoothest ride in the industry. For the 2012 model, the Rhino also gets a new steering heel with an adjustable seat, fully adjustable piggyback shocks, one-piece cast aluminum wheels, an injection-molded sun top, a Baja-inspired front carry bar, dealer-installed LED tail lights, a custom shift knob and black bed rails.
More than all the accessories, the Rhino also boasts a powerful 686cc liquid/oil-cooled, four-stroke engine that provides excellent power-to-weight ratio. The engine is then mated to a fully automatic Ultramatic
transmission with dual-range (Hi/Lo) drive and reverse, considered by people as is the most advanced drive system in the market today. As a Yamaha ATV, the Rhino also boasts of the company’s industry-exclusive three-position On-Command In/Out 4WD feature that allows riders to switch between 2WD, limited-slip 4WD and fully locked differential 4WD—
all with the simple push of a button.
There’s no question that the Yamaha Rhino boasts of all-world reliability and durability, one that continues to set the standard for versatility, value and reliable performance among all ATVs on the market today.