YAMAHA YXZ1000R/YXZ1000R SS SPECIAL EDITION
The Special Edition model of the YXZ1000R and SS models boast a sleek-looking color scheme, but style isn’t what
makes this machine special. The Fox Podium 2. 5 X2 shocks
are the impressive upgrade. They are fully adjustable and
make the machine much more comfortable to drive. You
can purchase a gear-reduction kit for all YXZ models.
YAMAHA VIKING VI EPS ($13,999)
The Viking VI can carry a whole crew of people around
on job sites or for hunting and trail explorations. It shares
the same engine and suspension numbers as the three-seat Viking, but an anti-sway bar was added in the rear. It
has a diff-lock feature. The SE model goes for $14,999 and
the Ranch Edition model goes for $15,599.
YAMAHA VIKING ($11,999)
Yamaha started a revolution with the Rhino UTV. The
next release was the three-seat Viking with a 686cc, four-stroke powerplant. It was designed for utility purposes
with a bit of recreation in mind. Suspension numbers
reach to 8.1 inches of wheel travel in the front and the rear.
The EPS model goes for $12,999. ;
YAMAHA WOLVERINE ($10,999)
While the Wolverine may not be a full-blown sport
machine, it certainly handles well, with over 9 inches of
suspension travel in the front and rear that is adjustable. It
sports a more powerful, 708cc, four-stroke engine. You can
get the Wolverine with EPS for another $1000. There is also
the Wolverine R-Spec model and R-Spec Special Edition
models for $13,199 and $14,799 respectively.