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2017 Yamaha Utility ATV Lineup

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2017 Yamaha Utility ATV Lineup

 

2017 Grizzly EPS LE

2017 Grizzly EPS LE

Grizzly EPS LE offers big-bore performance in the cold with added fairing, heated seat, grips and thumb warmer.

MSRP $10,899*

 
2017 Grizzly EPS SE

2017 Grizzly EPS SE

Featuring color matched shocks, a sleek Matte Silver graphic scheme and class-leading terrainability, the Grizzly EPS SE casts a big shadow on the competition.

MSRP $10,299*

 
2017 Grizzly EPS

2017 Grizzly EPS

With legendary pedigree of big-bore performance, the Grizzly EPS is unrivaled and conquers tough, rugged trails in comfort and style.

MSRP $9,699 - $10,149 *

 
2017 Kodiak 700 EPS SE

2017 Kodiak 700 EPS SE

With Midnight Blue Metallic bodywork, cast aluminum wheels and On-Command 4WD, the Kodiak 700 EPS SE boasts good looks and a better work ethic.

MSRP $8,999*

 
2017 Kodiak 700 EPS

2017 Kodiak 700 EPS

Built to work and ride all day long, the Kodiak 700 EPS delivers class-leading performance to go along with superior reliability and dependability.

MSRP $8,299 - $8,749 *

2017 Kodiak 700

2017 Kodiak 700

The Kodiak 700 is a superior workhorse boasting legendary Yamaha performance and reliability at an unbeatable value.

MSRP $6,999 - $7,449 *

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