November 03, 2010
Yamaha's new Grizzly 550 FI is decorated with a long list of features usually reserved for top-of-the-line machines with bigger engines and price tags. The Grizzly 550 has on-command system to allow drivers to select two-wheel drive and limited-slip and fully locked differential four-wheel drive with the push of a button. It has Yamaha's Electric Power Steering system, pioneered on Yamaha's Grizzly 700, that lightens the steering effort for drivers in a wide variety of terrain.
Yamaha Grizzly 550 FI Automatic 4x4 EPS
Powered by a 558cc single-cylinder four-stroke engine with electronic fuel injection, it can tow up to 1,212 pounds and carry a combined 286 pounds on the front and rear fender racks. An additional feature includes a digital instrumentation pod that features a speedometer, odometer, dual trip meter, hour meter that counts hours that the engine is running, four-wheel drive status, transmission position, clock and fuel gauge.
The Rhino 700 FI Auto 4x4 Ducks Unlimited Edition comes with all the features found on the standard Rhino series, plus Realtree AP HD camouflage bodywork and a sun top.
A 686cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke with electronic fuel injection powers an automatic Ultramatic transmission with high, low and reverse gears. When extra traction is required, the push-button On-Command system can be switched between two-wheel, limited-slip four-wheel and full locked differential four-wheel drive. Double wishbone front and rear suspensions with pre-load adjustable shocks cushion the ride.
Yamaha Rhino 700 FI Auto 4x4 Ducks Unlimited Edition
The cab features bucket seats with easy access to cup holders and controls. The digital instrument panel contains a speedometer, odometer, dual trip meters, hour meter, four-wheel-drive status, transmission position, clock and fuel gauge. The rear cargo bed has a 400-pound capacity and the vehicle has a 1,212-pound towing capacity.
Contact: Yamaha; (800) 962-7926; www.yamaha-motor.com