Yamaha Introduces All-New Grizzly 300

by Off-Road Hub Mag | Posted on Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

Full Featured Light Utility Vehicle has Class-Exclusive Technology

CYPRESS, Calif., Sept. 14, 2011  — Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A., has announced the all-new Grizzly 300 2WD utility ATV combining best-in-class technology with a value price at $4,099.  This new light utility ATV has a smooth and powerful engine and is the only model in its class with a fully automatic dual range transmission.

The Grizzly 300 is powered by a 287cc single overhead cam four stroke engine.  Its class-exclusive liquid cooling provides precise temperature control and long engine life even in extreme environments.  At the center of its lightweight and durable chassis is a power plant with a 32mm carburetor that delivers smooth power.

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Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A., has announced the all-new Grizzly 300 2WD utility ATV combining best-in-class technology with a value price at $4,099. This new light utility ATV has a smooth and powerful engine and is the only model in its class with a fully automatic dual range transmission.

“This all-new Grizzly 300 is built for the farmer who needs a durable, dependable light utility vehicle or rider who wants a fun two-wheel-drive recreational ATV,” said Steve Nessl, Yamaha’s ATV and SxS group marketing manager.  ”Grizzly styling and reliability combined with all of its great features make this new 300 the best machine in its class.”

Feature for feature, the Grizzly 300 easily out performs any similarly priced competing model.  The durable engine and dual range transmission offers Hi range for light duty and trail riding plus Low range for tougher chores and towing.  This bear can pull more than 720 pounds and carry more than 140 combined pounds on the ATV’s front and rear racks.  It features separate hydraulic front and rear disc brakes and 22-inch Maxxis® tires with a rugged lug pattern for optimum traction and durability.

More than five inches of clearance allows it to cover rugged ground, and its double wishbone front suspension system with 5.9 inches of travel and a rear swingarm with 6.5 inches of travel provide maximum terrainability.  All of this is wrapped around a reliable, low-maintenance shaft drive.

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