Ask the Editors: What Sets These Two Yamahas $800 apart?
Dear ATVC: Regarding the 2016 700 Kodiak SE (above) & 700 Grizzly (below), why is the Grizzly $800 more? The only difference I see is 26″ vs 25″ tires, LED headlights and half an inch more “front only” suspension travel for the Grizzly. The Kodiak SE has nicer looking and lighter alloy rims vs the […] More »
We’ve been saying it for years- ATV and UTV riders looking for that customized look for their machines are prime candidates for custom color wheels. Only catch is, until now anyway, these beauties aren’t cheap! Additionally, knocking the finish off them during a ride is a good way to test the upper limits of one’s […] More »
We’re always pretty excited about Fox ATV shocks. Why? Well for starters they are one of few aftermarket brands out there pushing for new technology to gain acceptance in the form of an air spring; essentially a chamber of compressed air that does the job of the heavier (and less tunable) coil-over spring. Additionally these […] More »
Can-Am continues its innovative push as the market leader in the mud-specific market, with the introduction of the all-new Outlander L X mr 570. Making mud riding more affordable than ever, the new Outlander L X mr 570 is based off of the class-leading 1-up Outlander L 570, but includes specialty mud-ready components like 28-inch […] More »
For 2016, Can-Am aggressively revised its ATV and side-by-side vehicle lineup, by delivering more of what enthusiasts are asking for, including increased power. The performance increase includes three ATV engines (Rotax 570, Rotax 850, Rotax 1000R) and boosting performance of the flagship Can-Am Maverick 1000R Turbo engine. Along with additional performance, new specialty vehicle packages […] More »