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2021 YAMAHA UTVS

2021 YAMAHA UTVS Yamaha’s lineup has been on the conservative side as of late, especially when compared to the other big manufacturers, but there are some important updates to the 2021 Yamaha UTVs. For a handful of years now, it’s been the pure-sport machine in the YXZ, a utility in the Viking and the Wolverine in the middle. However, there are lots of versions of those three models to choose from. They don’t have a 50-inch-wide SxS for tighter trails or anything with long travel, a standard turbo, or a four-seat…

2020 CAN-AM MAVERICK SPORT MODEL LINE UP GROWS

For 2020, Can-Am has expanded the Maverick Sport line up to include one more 64-Inch wide models than last year. To go along side last years Sport X MR and Sport X RC there will be a Sport X XC  version standing 64” wide with a 100 Horsepower v-twin engine. The compact size is blast on all types of trails and much easier to haul and store than a big X3. This machine is a direct competitor both in features and price against Yamaha’s YXZ1000 and the New Talon 1000X.    2020 CAN-AM MAVERICK SPORT X XC  $20,199…

FAST FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW: 2019 YXZ1000R SS SE

We've already begun testing Yamaha's extensively upgraded 2019 YXZ1000R SS SE and it's even more impressive than we expected. Here's some of what we've found out: -Yamaha wanted to make the 2019 more capable and comfortable for eastern conditions and they've succeeded. The YXZ’s tractability on difficult tight woods trails in Alabama was excellent. Thanks to a new lower first gear, you don’t have to be an aggressive driver to master tough trails with it, but there’s an insane amount of performance on tap for drivers who…

CAN-AM ADDS 4-SEAT, ROCK & MUD MAVERICK SPORT FOR 2019

CAN-AM ADDS 4-SEAT, ROCK & MUD MAVERICK SPORT FOR 2019 Three new models grace next years line up. A locking front differential will make their way to the XMR and the XRC Maverick Sport's. Taller tires (30" Maxxis, X RC/ 30" ITP, X MR) and underbody protection will help get over challenging terrain whether it be hard or soft. Max: $18,999 X RC: $21,299 X MR: $20,999

2018 Wild Cat XX vs. The Speed Cat 77

There hasn't been much information circulating about the Wild Cat XX since it has not yet been released on the market. Though there are photos that can be found online, the only version our staff has actually seen in person to prove its tangibility is Robby Gordon's  Speed Cat 77 race vehicle. It is a similar model to the XX but a little wider and racier, there are 12 on the market currently but the price tag is a whopping 120k. The XX will be available to consumers sometime in mid 2018 with a much more reasonable…