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Yamaha’s 2012 Grizzly 700 & Grizzly 550 ATVs Now Assembled in U.S.A.
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The Yamaha Fuel Injection system (YFI) improves throttle response throughout the powerband, helping the rider take advantage of the Grizzly’s low- to mid-range power. YFI offers unmatched performance at high elevation and in frigid weather as the system is able to detect and compensate for changes in altitude and temperature. The more precise fuel delivery offered by the YFI means clean power delivery, better throttle response and improved fuel economy under a multitude of riding situations. In addition, YFI means no choke and easier cold weather starting.

An open gate shifter found on the left side of the handlebars allows the rider to easily switch between High, Low, Neutral, Reverse and Park. This is also easy to see on the multifunction LCD display, which offers dual trip meter, speedometer, hour meter, odometer and clock, in addition to the gear selection, fuel level indicator, On-Command™ indicator and EPS and fuel injection indicator lights.

2012 Yamaha Grizzly Utility ATV with Steel Blue plastic
2012 Yamaha Grizzly Utility ATV with Hunter Green Plastic
2012 Yamaha Grizzly Utility ATV with Steel Blue plastic
2012 Yamaha Grizzly Utility ATV with Hunter Green Plastic

Comfort and convenience were also incorporated throughout the Grizzly 700 and 550. The air box is located on the top of the engine providing easier service access for the rider, and the fuel tank is placed under the seat for maximum centralization of mass. Keeping the ride comfortable while also allowing for maximum terrainability is fully independent and adjustable front and rear suspension with 7.1 inches of travel up front and a class-leading 9.5 inches in the rear. The Grizzly’s wide-arc A-arms provide 11.8 inches of more usable ground clearance. What’s more, the Grizzly 700 and 550 offer unmatched braking feel and power with four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes engaged by separate front and rear controls with hydraulic master cylinders mounted on the handle bars. The rear brake also has a right foot pedal control.

2012 Yamaha Grizzly Utility ATV in Realtree AP Camouflage
2012 Yamaha Grizzly Utility ATV Special Edition with Metallic Sandstone plastic
2012 Yamaha Grizzly Utility ATV with Realtree AP Camouflage plastic
2012 Yamaha Grizzly Utility ATV Special Edition with Metallic Sandstone plastic & cast aluminum wheels

The Grizzly also has a thick, plush seat and full floorboards for comfort and protection from the elements. The design of the floorboards also allows for better drainage of mud and water. Two water resistant storage boxes -- one under the seat and another in the right front fender -- offer plenty of storage. This is in addition to the 99 pounds and 187 pounds of carrying capacity on the front and rear racks, respectively, and the 1,322 pounds of towing. The ATV’s SecureMount rack system offers superior fit and finish with Genuine Yamaha Accessories that are designed to fit with factory quality.

2012 Yamaha Grizzly 700 EPS
The 2012 Yamha Grizzly 700 & 550 utility ATV is able to get you down the trail & around the farm for work & play

The Grizzly 700 and Grizzly 550 are also available without EPS. The 2012 models are available in Hunter Green, Steel Blue and Realtree™ AP Camouflage. In addition, 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.

(Specs, price and availability subject to change without notice.)

About Yamaha:
Yamaha ATVs and SxS vehicles are designed, engineered and built tough! Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A. headquarters are located in Cypress, California. For more information on Yamaha, visit yamaha-motor.com.

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