The beauty of work.
Yamaha's rugged Grizzly 700 has earned a solid reputation for being the world's toughest ATV. By making light work of heavy jobs, this rugged vehicle allows you to appreciate your surroundings.
Driven by a 708cc engine that delivers the power you need to do the job efficiently, the Grizzly 700 is built to work as hard as you. Its compact bodywork features LED lights and a halogen work light for powerful illumination - and the 26-inch tyres give plenty of traction.
Featuring Yamaha's Ultramatic® transmission and On-Command® drive system - together with Electronic Power Steering (EPS model) - the Grizzly 700 gives you class-leading performance, style and functionality.
- Powerful 708cc DOHC 4-stroke engine
- Aggressively styled and compact bodywork
- Yamaha Ultramatic® CVT automatic transmission
- Yamaha On-Command® 2WD, 4WD, 4WD with Diff Lock
- Independent long-travel adjustable suspension
- Yamaha Electric Power Steering (EPS models)
- Front and rear discs with 2-piston calipers
- Maxxis 26-inch tyres, 26x8x12 front; 26x10x12 rear
- Digital instruments and three storage compartments
- LED headlights; central work light (EPS models)
- Total 140kg front and rear rack carrying capacity
- 600kg towing capacity and front-mounted winch
The Grizzly 700 model is not equipped with EPS, and does not have the central halogen work light.
ATVs with engines up to 70cc are recommended for use only by riders 6 years and older and always with adult supervision. ATVs with engines of 70 to 90cc are recommended only for use by riders 12 years and older, and always under adult supervision. ATVs with engines of 90cc or greater are recommended for use only by riders 16 years and older. ATVs are built to operate within their design limits. Safe towable weights, together with maximum carrying capacity are identified in the owner's manual if applicable. For durability, reliability, but most important of all, operator safety, under no circumstances should the recommended capacities be exceeded. Yamaha recommends that all ATV riders take an approved training course. For safety and training information, see your dealer or call your Yamaha Distributor in your country. ATVs can be hazardous to operate.