2017 Yamaha Grizzly 700 EPS SE Review

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2017 Yamaha Grizzly 700 EPS SE Review – Riding is made easier with the addition of an automatic transmission Yamaha Ultramatic. It features a gated shifter with a positive and confident feel when engaged in Park, Reverse, Neutral, Hi or Lo. CVT system has an automatic centrifugal clutch makes constant belt tension for reduced wear and tear on the belt. It also has a clutch wedge that provides all-wheel engine braking nice and smooth, very helpful on the steep descent. new gear ratios in the transmission (high gear lower and lower middle teeth) is part of the “tune recreation” in Yamaha Grizzly.

In addition to a revamped transmission, 2017 Yamaha Grizzly 700 EPS SE also offers a locking front differential and a part-time four-wheel-drive that can be directly involved with the touch of a button mounted on the right side of the handlebar. Bigger and fatter front and rear driveshafts are also part of the upgrade and redesign of the new Grizzly.

2017 Yamaha Grizzly 700 EPS SE Review
2017 Yamaha Grizzly 700 EPS SE

chassis undergo a complete redesign for 2017 as well. In order to take best advantage of options for running a 26-inch Maxxis tires, Yamaha knows it must re-frame and suspension of the Yamaha Grizzly 700 EPS SE. It is an all-new building that provides fully independent suspension with a high arc forearm to increase ground clearance, and a five-way preload adjustable coilover nitrogen-charged shocks with a new damping curves and stroke again. wheel travel on a recent trip is 7.6 inches in front and 9.1 inches in the rear. The new chassis when combined with 26-inch tires (AT26x8-12 behind and in front AT26x8-10) provides overall gain ground clearance of 13mm over the previous model, bringing 2016 Grizzly with a total of 11.3 inches. Four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes were fitted to the new forged hub.

2017 Yamaha Grizzly 700 EPS SE – Engine

Two new rides are very similar, but offers a nuanced distinction, and is targeted for different customers. We will start with the new Grizzly, powerful ATV aimed accurately at customer-riding sport. First of all, 2017 Yamaha Grizzly 700 EPS SE features all-new DOHC, 708cc, four-valve, four-stroke, fuel-injected engine that has been tuned for recreational riding aggressively. output power is up to 6 and 9 percent in horsepower and torque, respectively, over the previous model.

2017 Yamaha Grizzly 700 EPS SE Review
2017 Yamaha Grizzly 700 EPS SE

power gain was mainly due to several major modifications in a significant area of ​​the machine. The new engine offers a DOHC design, in which the Model 2015 is a SOHC. A new air intake system was redesigned longer, wider, and straight to the larger volume and more free flowing of air flow, and is located at a higher point now because of its ability to better water fording. filter is larger, and is now located under the seat for easier maintenance. Mikuni fuel injection system with 44mm bore and throttle position sensor helps to deliver more power, fuel delivery unhindered in any terrain or under any circumstances, and makes for easier cold starts.

2017 Yamaha Grizzly 700 EPS SE – Features

High Tech Machines Designed For Aggressive Trail Riding: The Grizzly EPS has a DOHC, 708cc, 4-valve, fuelinjected powerful engine with optimized torque, power delivery and engine character for recreational riding aggressively.

High-Performance Ultramatic Transmission: Grizzly Ultramatic transmission has a gated shifter, dual-range (Hi / Lo) drive plus reverse gear, and is the most advanced-and durable-CVT drive system available. Automatic centrifugal clutch maintains constant belt tension to reduce wear belts and clutch wedge provides a natural all-wheel engine braking.

Trail-Ready Chassis: advanced chassis designed to take advantage of 26-inch, exclusivelydesigned Maxxis tires, 5-way preload adjustable suspension and four-wheel disc brakes, creating optimal terrainability, comfort and handling, especially on a long, rough road.

Sharp Styling: Grizzly 700 styling features The EPS ‘LED lamp with halogen work light handlebarmounted, an LED taillights, fender reshaped, with three large storage compartments and a large-diameter front and rear rack with excellent load capacity.

This Yamaha Exclusive On-Command 4WD: On-Command® Three positions 4WD system allows you to switch between 2WD, limited-slip 4WD and fully locked differential 4WD all with the push of a button. Override button allows the machine to reach maximum rpm under full diff lock mode.

Advanced Instrumentation: digital instrument panel boasts a multifunction LCD display with speedometer, odometer, dual tripmeter, hour meter, 4WD status, transmission position, clock and fuel gauge.

Class-Leading Power Steering: Yamaha Electric Power Steering (EPS) provides the industry’s best balance of steering assist and the positive feedback from the trail, provide maximum comfort and confidence.