2021 Yamaha Grizzly 1000 Review, Price and Release Date
2021 Yamaha Grizzly 1000 Review, Price and Release Date– Yamaha’s 2021 grizzly largely did not change from 2020. However, one of the interesting additions is grizzly is now prewired to Yamaha Adventure Pro powered by Magellan. It is a GPS data tracking unit and vehicle. If you choose to buy one with your grizzly, it will come loaded with Magellan’s GPS network, thousands of Waypoints, OHV lanes, Yamaha dealers, and much more. Additional features will be added at any time.
2021 Yamaha Grizzly EPS Features
In the heart of the Grizzly is a Yamaha 686cc, Single-Cylinder liquid cooled machine. It offers snappier throttle response from the same factory at Yamaha Kodiak, making it ideal for an aggressive Trail ride.
Controlling all engine power is Yamaha’s Ultramatic automatic transmission, which is equipped with shifter gated, dual-Range Hi/Lo drive, plus Reverse Gear. It is one of the most durable transmissions in the industry and Yamaha supports a transmission belt with an unheard of 10-year warranty.
The Yamaha 2021 Grizzly also offers an on-Command 4WD system, which allows the rider to switch between 2WD, unlimited-slip 4WD, and fully snaps differential-locked 4WD with a press of a button.
Linking grizzly to the ground is a 26-inch Maxxis tyre paired with a four-wheel hydraulic disc brake to provide downtime.
As for the suspension, grizzly is equipped with the independent double Wishbone suspension front and back, the 7.6-inch wheel travels ahead and 9.1 inches behind. You can improve your suspension performance thanks to a five-way adjustable preload in nitrogen-charged shocks.
Throw in the 11.3 inches of soil clearance and you’ve got climbing or rolling over almost any obstacle in your path. Of course, if you happen to scrape the bottom of the machine on a passing rock (we all make wrong calculations now and again) grizzly is protected by a full length, composite Skid plate.
Adding comfort and control to your trajectory, every grizzly model is equipped with an electronic Power steering. We have been testing Yamahas EPS extensively and do a great job of keeping the stressful journey out of your shoulders and arms, while still providing enough feedback to let you feel the traces below you.
2021 Yamaha Grizzly helps light the way ahead of you thanks to LED lights, which creates impressive working light while using less power. Throw in the barrel-mounted, handlebars and grizzly work lamps ready to perform after sunset… or before appearing.
Yamaha is also building a grizzly so it’s ready to work when you’re. Large-diameter front and rear steel cargo shelves can hold a combined 308 pounds (£110 front, 198 lbs rear). Grizzly can also tow up to 1,300 pounds through a two-inch receiver obstacle when you have a great job that needs to finish.
2021 Yamaha Grizzly EPS is available starting from $9,899 in tactical green or Alpine white, while RealTree Edge Camo will add an additional $400 bills.
2021 Yamaha Grizzly EPS SE Features
If you choose to upgrade to the Grizzly SE EPS, you will get all the same features with the Grizzly EPS, along with alerting ProVantage 2500 Winch, 14-inch cast-aluminum wheels, and a matte-painted Silver bodywork for $10,799.
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