2022 YAMAHA YXZ1000R, 1000R SS, XT-R & TURBO

 For the new year, Yamaha returns with their pure sport offering powered by a 998cc triple-cylinder engine equipped with either a full-manual five-speed transmission, the 2022 Yamaha YXZ1000R. It’s still the industries only machine with a stick shift, 5-speed transmission. The original pure sport machine is offered in our favorite, Yamaha Blue for $20,499.

  The paddle shifting 2022 Yamaha YXZ1000R SS can be had for the same price in Yamaha Blue or in the Black XT-R package for $23,299. That version will get you a Warn winch, Maxxis Carnage tires, beadlock wheels, extra lighting, a rear view mirror and roof.

The Maxxis Bighorns on the YXZ are 8-ply rated and way stronger than what you are used to. It’s a great tire in the dunes too.

According to Yamaha, all YXZ models are equipped with Yamaha’s premier Real World Tech features including On-Command with 2WD, 4WD Limited Slip, and 4WD full-differential lock, Yamaha’s exclusive torque- and speed-sensitive Electric Power Steering (EPS) oversized rear-mounted radiator and  fully-adjustable FOX 2.5 Podium RC2 shocks. . There has not been any LE models announced for 2022 yet but all models have prewiring for the Yamaha Adventure Pro GPS.

For less than $3000 more you get a Warn Winch, beadlock wheels and Maxxis Carnage tires on the XT-R model.

While at the dealer you can add on the $5,999.99, Yamaha developed Garrett GT2554R turbo kit that meets Yamaha’s high standards of durability, reliability. The new GYTR Turbo Kit is CARB, EPA, and 50-state compliant. See it at ShopYamaha.com now.

The GYTR Turbo Kit can be installed at home or by a dealer on any 2022 Yamaha YXZ1000. For those wanting a good sounding machine, it’s 5-speed transmission lends itself to aftermarket exhausts as well.
The 2022 Yamaha YXZ1000R will return with the industries first and still only manual 5-speed and stands as the most reliable UTVs available. Since 2016, Yamaha has improved several areas of the chassis making it strong for racing as well.


2022 Yamaha YXZ1000R

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