All-new three-person Yamaha four-wheeler introduced
A more powerful engine requires a more effective cooling system, and Yamaha has developed a system that keeps the Viking cool even during tough chores and at low speeds with optimum design, location and components that create the most efficient airflow through the large radiator.
Yamaha’s three-way On-Command system, featuring 2WD, 4WD and 4WD with differential lock, is a driver-controlled. Yamaha’s Ultramatic transmission with high, low and reverse has proven to be an extremely durable CVT system with dual speed gearing and an automatic centrifugal clutch that maintains constant belt tension for reduced wear and all-wheel engine braking.
The Viking’s optional electric power steering (EPS) system is an option that dealers are anticipated to highly recommend because of past Yamaha model customers’ satisfaction.
The Viking has long-travel four-wheel independent suspension to provide a comfortable ride with a damping feel in rough terrain all while carrying either a light or full load. The gas-charged shocks provide for ride comfort.
The all-new Maxxis Big Horn 2.0 tires were designed specifically and exclusively for the Viking with maximum performance and durability from an optimized balance of sidewall and tread center stiffness.
More details are at http://www.yamahaoutdoors.com/.
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