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2012 Yamaha Grizzly 300

Story by Lucas Cooney, by Yamaha, Sep. 14, 2011

On the of the re-release of the bargain-priced YFZ450 , has given the price-conscious Utility ATV something to cheer about the introduction of the brand new 2012 Grizzly 300 2WD, which for $4,099.

According to Yamaha, new light Utility ATV has a smooth and engine and is the only model in its with a fully automatic range transmission.

“This Grizzly 300 is built for the farmer who a durable, dependable light vehicle or rider who wants a fun recreational ATV,” says Nessl, Yamaha’s ATV and SxS group manager. “Grizzly styling and combined with all of its great make this new 300 the best in its class.”

The engine and dual range offers Hi range for light and trail riding plus Low for tougher chores and towing. Grizzly is capable of towing than 720 pounds and can carry than 140 combined pounds on its and rear racks. Additionally, it separate hydraulic front and disc brakes and 22-inch tires.

More than inches of ground clearance the Grizzly 300 can deal with the of trail obstacles, and its double front suspension system up 5.9 inches of travel while the swingarm provides 6.5 inches of All of this is wrapped around Yamaha calls a reliable, shaft drive.

Creature comforts include a seat, push-button electronic water resistant under storage box, and large and rear fenders with floorboards for mud/splash protection. seat marine-grade electrical are designed to ensure protection the elements, and the 2.8-gallon fuel provides plenty of range for or trail rides.

The all new Grizzly 300 be available in December 2011 and in Steel Blue and Hunter

Yamaha has clearly embraced the is more philosophy and that’s a smart play as the economy to rebound.

Though Yamaha the only manufacturer offering options in this class, is the first brand new model seen in a while. The Grizzly 300 be competing against machines the Honda FourTrax Recon the Arctic Cat 300 2×4 ($3,999), the Trail Boss 330 ($4,399) and the Ozark 250 ($4,499).

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The Grizzly at least on paper, stacks up well against all these Its liquid-cooling system is a bonus the Arctic Cat and Polaris offer cooling), while only the Boss has a larger engine the Honda and Suzuki are about a down in displacement). Perhaps the feature, at least for the showroom, is the looks. The Grizzly 300 looks much like the rest of the family – rugged and full-sized.

In our opinion, only the Honda up in this department.

We in the off-road are spoiled. We have the opportunity to the biggest and best ATVs the most modern technology. The 300 is not this, but that doesn’t it’s not a worthy ATV.

Sure, it would be a better if it had 4WD, independent rear and fuel injection, but these come with considerable Just look at the Grizzly it comes with 4WD and a slightly engine (though no IRS or fuel but it costs an extra $1,500.

we have to take the blinders off and that not everybody needs or can a huge engine and adjustable Some people just an ATV they can ride safely is affordable, reliable and fun…which is who Yamaha designed to Grizzly 300

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