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2007 Grizzly 700 Details/Specs

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2007 Grizzly 700 FI Auto. 4x4

Key Features:

Most powerful Grizzly ever: 686cc liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine and light weight add up to the best power-to-weight ratio of any utility model in the industry.

The all-new Grizzly 700 FI with the industry's first Electric Power Steering (EPS) is now available in a Special Edition model that boasts brushed metallic water-dipped body work, carbon fiber-style side covers, special graphics, red trim and two-piece cast aluminum wheels.

Fuel injection means instantaneous cold starts and optimal performance in all conditions and all altitudes.

Industry-exclusive: Electric Power Steering (EPS) system lightens steering and helps ease feedback, for superior comfort and terrainability.

Industry-exclusive: fully automatic Ultramatic® transmission is the most advanced drive system in ATVing. An automatic centrifugal clutch maintains constant belt tension for reduced belt wear and industry-exclusive all-wheel downhill engine braking.

Industry-exclusive: three-position On-Command® In/Out 4WD feature lets you switch between 2WD, limited-slip 4WD and fully locked differential 4WD— all with the simple push of a button.

Fully independent long-travel four-wheel suspension features double wishbone suspension front and rear with five-way preload-adjustable shocks for maximum control and comfort over rough terrain. Smoothest-running and riding Grizzly ever.

Trick digital instrument panel boasts a multifunction LCD display with speedometer, odometer, dual tripmeters, hour meter, 4WD status, transmission position, clock and fuel gauge.

Engine:

New, Raptor-based four-valve combustion chamber design produces a potent combination of low-rev torque, right-now throttle response and high horsepower.

Compact engine design features a 35-degree cylinder angle for ground clearance and lower seat height for quick steering and maneuverability.

Fuel injection provides a perfect fuel/air mixture regardless of temperature or altitude, and makes cold starts a snap.

Gear-driven crankshaft balancer shaft and new-design rubber-damper engine mounts reduce vibration.

Ceramic-composite cylinder liners provide outstanding durability and heat dissipation; forged piston is light and strong and rides a carburized, chrome-moly connecting rod.

Two-lobe overhead cam and a pair of needle-roller rocker arms reduce friction by 50 percent for increased fuel efficiency and torque.

Mikuni fuel injection with 44mm bore and throttle position sensor means easy cold starts and flawless fuel delivery in nearly any conditions.

Pushbutton electric starting with seven-disk torque-limiting damper assembly to protect the starter motor.

Straight driveshaft layout eliminates U-joints for reduced friction, vibration and maintenance.

Stainless steel exhaust system features aluminum heat shields and a screen-type spark arrestor for great power with minimum noise output.

High-capacity aluminum radiator with fan-assist delivers maximum cooling efficiency and is positioned high in the frame for optimal protection.

Automatic cam chain tensioner reduces engine maintenance and helps extend engine life.

Five-position shift lever with H, L, N, R and P gates for positive Ultramatic trans operation.

Override button allows engine to make maximum RPM in full Diff Lock mode.

Electronic servo-activated 2WD/4WD/Diff Lock via the On-Command system.

Sealed drive case keeps out water and debris to help prevent belt from slipping.

Chassis/Suspension:

All-new chassis provides fantastic comfort along with outstanding handling and maneuverability.

New, lay-down style front suspension A-arms provide outstanding ground clearance.

Five-way preload adjustable shocks provide a controlled, comfortable ride whatever the load or trail conditions.

Four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes serve up consistent, long-lasting braking power under all sorts of nasty conditions.

Electronic power steering varies assist according to speed and RPM for increased comfort and incredible maneuverability—even in 4WD.

5.3-gallon fuel tank is located under the seat for excellent mass centralization and handling; there’s a 4.8-liter waterproof storage compartment under there too.

11.8 inches of ground clearance and full-length composite skid plate deliver maximum underbelly protection while enhancing terrainability.

New 25x8-12 front and 25x10-12 rear Dunlop tires provide responsive steering and handling and excellent comfort.

Rugged injection-molded front bumper and CV joint guards protect against rock and debris damage.

Additional Features:

New-design LCD instrument display contains fuel injection and electronic power steering information as well as bar-type fuel gauge, odometer, tripmeter, clock and Diff Lock indicator.

An analog speedometer shows your velocity at a glance.

Rugged steel cargo racks with special, extra-durable wrinkle paint finish can pack a total of 286 pounds combined (99 front, 187 rear).

Center-mounted, heavy-duty trailer hitch comes standard and can tow over 1200 pounds.

Large, specially designed seat is extra plush and widely contoured for all-day rider comfort.

Dual 30-watt multireflector Halogen bulb headlights with high/low beams light up the night.

MSRP* $7,999 (Hunter Green) Available from July 2006

$7,999 (Steel Blue) Available from July 2006

$7,999 (Red) Available from July 2006

$8,349 Hunter (Hardwoods HD Camo) Available from July 2006

$8,799 Special Edition (Silver) Available from January 2007

Engine

Type 686cc liquid-cooled w/fan, SOHC four-stroke single; 4-valve

Bore x Stroke 102mm x 84mm

Compression Ratio 9.2:1

Carburetion Yamaha Fuel Injection (YFI), 44mm

Ignition 32 Bit ECU

Starting System Electric

Transmission Yamaha Ultramatic® V-belt/H, L, N, R, P

Engine Braking All wheel

Drive Train Yamaha On-Command® pushbutton 3-way locking differential, 2WD, 4WD, locked 4WD; shaft

Chassis

Suspension/Front Independent double wishbone, 7.1” travel w/5-way preload adjustment

Suspension/Rear Independent double wishbone, 9.5” travel w/5-way preload adjustment

Brakes/Front Dual hydraulic disc

Brakes/Rear Dual hydraulic disc

Tires/Front AT25 x 8-12 w/aluminum wheels

Tires/Rear AT25 x 10-12 w/aluminum wheels

Dimensions

L x W x H 81.3" x 46.5" x 48.8"

Seat Height 35.6"

Wheelbase 49.2"

Turning Radius 126"

Ground Clearance 11.8"

Fuel Capacity 5.3 gal.

Dry Weight 600 lb.

Rack Capacity 99 lb. front/187 lb. rear

Towing Capacity 1212 lb.

Other

Instrumentation Digital LCD multifunction display: speedometer, odometer, dual trip, hour meter, clock, fuel, gear position

Lighting Dual 35W Halogen multireflector headlights & 21/5W brake light

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