New 2023 Yamaha line up

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Yamaha has announced a range of modifications and additions to its ATV and side by side models with new colours, features, accessories, and technology, to offer agricultural operators’ greater choice and versatility.

The Kodiak 450 and 700 ATVs both offer the option of Electric Power Steering (EPS) and Diff-lock for greater stability on uneven ground. Special Edition (SE) specification models will offer alternative paint colours and all models will be supplied with a 10-year belt warranty and Datatool tracking devices free of charge*.

Also new to the range is a revised Grizzly 700 ATV with MKII 686cc engine and upgraded 14-inch wheels. This, combined with the Grizzly’s On-Command® 2WD/4WD drive system with Diff-lock, makes it well suited to hill ground and wet conditions. The switchable drive system is operated using a switch on the handlebars to enable operators to move between 2- and 4-wheel drive as ground conditions change. This coupled with Yamaha’s Ultramatic® CVT automatic transmission and independent long-travel adjustable suspension, makes the Grizzly easier to control and more comfortable on difficult terrain.

A new Wolverine RMAX 1000 side by side model will be launched in the UK in both SE and Limited Edition (LE) specifications. Both models benefit from a new VRX 45 winch, front bumper, interior lighting, dash mounted USB charger, and will retain Yamaha’s versatile D-Mode selector with sport, trail, and crawl modes.

Adjustable suspension

The Wolverine RMAX LE is fitted with adjustable FOX 2 iQS suspension, and for the first time on a UTV this can be adjusted from within the cab. The LE model features a dash mounted control to adjust the ride quality based on the terrain. Operators can choose comfort, medium, or firm, with all controlled by a Bosch ECU and IP67-rated components.

The new Grizzly ATV features the MKII 686cc engine with upgraded 14-inch wheels

Focussing on safety, Yamaha has introduced its speed management key technology to the Wolverine RMAX LE. The key enables owners to limit the top speed to 25km/h without affecting power. This, Yamaha says, will protect both operators and machines in conditions where higher speeds are not required. The key can be removed by the owner to return the Wolverine RMAX to factory specification at any time.

Yamaha has also extended its commitment to operator safety by offering free ATV rider competency training from the European All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Institute (EASI®) to anyone purchasing a new Yamaha ATV. This training provides the necessary information and practical experience to operators, enabling the full features and performance of the ATV to be utilised safely in all conditions.

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