For 2019, the Yamaha Grizzly models offered have shrunk to two. Both come with the updated 700 engine and standard EPS (electric power steering). Just follow the guide to see the differences between the EPS model and the new for 2019 EPS SE.
Yamaha Grizzly EPS
2019 Grizzly EPS in Realtree Edge Camo.
Alpine White or Ridge Red - $9,899
Realtree Edge Camo - $10,299
Key features of the Grizzly EPS:
New Engine - new 700-class engine for 2019 with optimized torque, power delivery and engine character. redesigned engine mounts for less vibration. 686cc liquid-cooled SOHC 4-stroke with Yamaha Fuel Injection
Ultramatic Transmission - features a gated shifter, dual-range (Hi/Lo) drive plus reverse gear. An automatic centrifugal clutch maintains constant belt tension for reduced belt wear and a sprag clutch delivers natural all-wheel engine braking.
On-Command 4WD - On-Command system with selectable 2WD, 4WD limited-slip, and 4WD with diff. lock modes. An override button allows engine to reach maximum rpm in full diff lock mode, and a straight driveshaft layout eliminates U-joints for reduced friction, noise, vibration, and maintenance.
Speed-sensitive Electric Power Steering (EPS).
Independent Front and Rear Suspension - 7.6” of front wheel travel and 9.1” at the rear, nitrogen-charged shocks with 5-way adjustable preload.
High-Mounted Air Intake - Tackle mud and water with the high-mounted air intake layout. The design increases power and torque while providing additional room for on-board storage and easy, tool-less servicing of the foam air filter.
Stainless Steel Exhaust - stainless steel exhaust system with screen-type spark arrestor.
High-Capacity Radiator - high-capacity radiator with fan assist delivers air flow for maximum cooling efficiency— positioned high in the frame for optimal protection.
Drive System Air Intake - high-mounted drive system air intake helps reduce drive system temperatures and assists in keeping water and debris from entering the drive case.
Maxxis 26 inch tires
Four-Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes
11.3 inches of ground clearance and full-length composite skid plates.
New instrument cluster with larger all LCD readouts for visibility.
A long, plush seat with plenty of room for the rider to move during riding.
4.76-gallon fuel tank is located under the seat
Rugged composite front bumper resists scratching and won’t rust, while injection-molded fenders and CV joint guards protect against rock and debris damage.
LED Headlights and Taillight
Large-diameter steel cargo racks with wrinkle paint finish (110 lbs. front, 198 lbs. rear). Three on-board storage compartments