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Yamaha's 2012 Grizzly updates
Design and performance upgrades
Yamaha’s Grizzly 700 FI 4x4 and Grizzly 550 FI 4x4 feature design and performance upgrades for 2012. In addition, both machines are now being assembled in the company’s Newnan, Georgia, facility.
Click through the slide show to learn about the upgrades you can expect to see on the 2012 machines.
Textured plastic body
The new models will receive new textured plastic body panels that increase durability and decrease wear over the life of the machines. Shown is the 550 FI EPS in blue.
New Maxxis tires with a tough, aggressive tread pattern add to the machines’ performance in extreme terrain. (Shown is the 550 FI EPS in camo.)
The updated suspension includes new gas charged rear shocks with a high quality damping feel and improved bump absorption performance. (Shown is the 550 FI EPS in green.)
The front suspension has been updated and optimized to match the rear. (Show is the 700 FI EPS in blue.)
Oil access cover
New oil access cover allows easy access to check oil level. (Shown is the 700 FI EPS in camo.)
The three-way On-Command system, featuring push-button 2WD, 4WD and 4WD with differential lock, provides all-four-wheel-drive and is easy to engage. (Shown is the 700 FI EPS in green.)
700 FI EPS
The 2012 Grizzly 700 FI with EPS is available as a Special Edition in Metallic Sandstone with cast aluminum wheels, painted body panels and special graphics.
Both models feature Electric Power Steering (EPS). As the first manufacturer to put EPS on an ATV, the technology makes for a more comfortable ride and reduces fatigue, especially on rough riding and over long periods of time.
Contact your local Yamaha dealer for pricing information. To learn more, visit www.yamaha-motor.com.
Yamaha’s Grizzly 700 FI 4x4 and Grizzly 550 FI 4x4 feature design and performance upgrades for 2012.