Find ATVs of All Shapes and Sizes from Yamaha

Yamaha has pleased its customers in every aspect possible for years,
which is why it is not a surprise that they have succeeded in giving ATV
riders what they want. There are new models of Yamaha all terrain
vehicles each year and 2005 is no exception. Yamaha has already released a
few new 2005 ATV models in each of their categories, sport, utility and

ATV riders have been extremely pleased in the past with the features
and designs produced by Yamaha, which is why consumers continue going
back for more, keeping Yamaha ranked among the most popular and trusted
ATV providers. Whether a person uses their ATV for working the land or
tearing the trails up, and no matter how long they have been involved in
the sport, Yamaha consumers are satisfied with the job that gets done.
Riders of all ages and all experience levels flock to Yamaha for their
ATV needs because even just one of their stock ATVs can charge through
virtually any terrain. The toughness of Yamaha ATVs combined with the
high speed for sport riders and the strength for utility riders is the
perfect mixture of characteristics for a trusted product. ATVers have
reviewed all the models from Yamaha, dating back to the first released,
and each new style generates talk about how strong and dependable their
four-wheelers are.

To keep their customers pleased and coming back for more, Yamaha tweaks
and changes previously successful models so that a new, advanced model
can be released to please even more. Examples of this are the new
Yamaha Raptor 660R for sport ATVers, and the Grizzly 660R, a utility ATV.
These new models have the largest engines of any Yamaha ATVs. Both the
Raptor and the Grizzly are established Yamaha ATVs, but the new models
are enhanced advancements of the older models.

The 660 engines give sport riders an edge of speed off the line in a
race and utility riders can tear through anything carrying a large load
with an ATV engine that size. In addition to the constant upgrades
Yamaha releases, they have models that are somewhat of a downgrade to
create their youth ATVs. The only downgrades on the youth ATVs are engine
and body size. The same quality and dependability are expected from
their youth ATVs. Yamaha has an ATV small enough for children as young as
six to ride.

Their sport ATVs are a top choice among racers because of the
innovative body designs and high torque engines. For working a ranch or farm,
Yamahas utility ATVs are as tough as they get. The utility ATVs from
Yamaha are not known for high speed, but other features, such as the
four-wheel independent suspension, make these quads the best for a rough
ride with a large load. All of this is not to say Yamaha ATVs are
perfect, in fact there are many upgrades and accessories you can add to
improve them, but when it comes to the core purpose of an ATV, utility or
sport, Yamaha quads can achieve that task, which is what matters most.

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