2017 Yamaha YXZ1000r-SS SE Review

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2017 Yamaha YXZ1000r-SS SE Review – Exactly one year ago, Yamaha teasing the world with the release of their new arrival Sport UTV, which YXZ. In September when the machine was officially announced more than just insiders and fans interested with what Yamaha has to offer. We tested version of the stock in the dunes and the SE version in the wide open desert. He was very well received by the people on the West Coast but not so much by other people who want to ride in tight woods and swamps of the east.

Almost a year after dropping 2016 Yamaha YXZ1000R, the second model in the family YXZ announced. This is a 2017 Yamaha YXZ1000R-SS SE. SS stands for Sport Shift but what it means is a paddle shift. This allows the driver to shift the car as much as he wants while never taking his hands off the steering wheel or even push in the clutch pedal.

2017 Yamaha YXZ1000r-SS SE Review
2017 Yamaha YXZ1000r-SS SE

There is a hydraulic clutch is connected to the transmission, but it will be activated in a split second by an electronic solenoid that moves only when one of the two steering column mounted paddle shifters withdrawn. This is faster than any driver could have done with a manual clutch pedal.

Little did the public know the purchase, Yamaha also has developed a version paddle shift that has some extra tricks that will give opponents what they are looking for.

This August, the new Yamaha YXZ1000R SS SE will hit dealerships across the country. Not only will this machine easier to drive with his paddle shift, the new MCU machine will do things like prevent stalling downshift for you if you do not and allow you to keep both hands on the wheel at all times.

2017 Yamaha YXZ1000r-SS SE – Engine

Shifting Yamaha Technology Sport also offers features very cool Launch System, which is designed to mimic the ability of dropping the clutch in a vehicle with a manual clutch pedal. Using simple and addictively fun. With the engine running, squeeze both paddle shifters and wait for the light Launch System to appear in your dashboard. Then you push down on the go-pedal until the engine rpm hits the sweet spot (between 5,000 and 10,000 rpm, depending on road conditions) and release the gas paddle and hammer.

In addition to the technology shift Sport, Yamaha YXZ1000R SS SE is the same engine as the original YXZ, except for some upgrades improved durability and heat shield to keep cooling the cockpit. It offers a three-cylinder, 998cc engine is equal to 10,500 rpm red line, front and rear suspension travel length is controlled by FOX Podium 2.5 shocks and electronic power steering.

Both aluminum lever attached to the steering column and does not move with the steering wheel. Pull up the right to upshift and pull on the left to shift. The steering ratio has not changed. A version of this shift mechanism first used on Yamaha bike tour.

2017 Yamaha YXZ1000r-SS SE Review
2017 Yamaha YXZ1000r-SS SE

You will be able to tell when the clutch is engaged or disengage by watching the green light on the dashboard. Shift system can not be installed on the model the stick shift.

2017 Yamaha YXZ1000r-SS SE – Price

Prices of 2017 Yamaha YXZ1000r-SS  starts at $ 20,599 for a model Orange and Black, while the Blue Yamaha models run $ 20,799. 2017Yamaha YXZ1000r-SS SE (Special Edition) model, which is equipped with wheels and unique beadlock Matte Black and Red paintjob (and other items), at a price of $ 22,399.