ATV technology has moved on rapidly since the first Yamaha ATV was introduced back in 1979 – in those days three wheeled ATV’s were the norm. Since then Yamaha has been at the forefront of ATV development with models like the Bruin and Kodiak that represent milestones in the development of the ATV into todays sophisticated, tough and user friendly vehicles.
Developing the engineering expertise to produce top quality ATVs takes a lot of time and effort with continuous research and development. However rigorous your testing is you can guarantee that an ATV rider somewhere in the world will be pushing the limits even further. That’s why Yamaha always listens to people who actually use their products. Over time, by speaking to the people who are using Yamaha ATV, a detailed knowledge and understanding of what riders want has been be developed.
Tailoring a product to the user’s requirements is one result of a long history of manufacture. The other key outcome is the improvement in quality and technology which can be developed over years of R&D. Whether you are working in the valleys of Wales or tending your flock in the Highlands of Scotland a break down can cost more than just money. Since 1979 Yamaha have been developing the technology and production processes which reduce the risk of component failure and improve the chances of getting you and your ATV home at the end of the day. Only through experience can you get the finest understanding of how different components work together under different conditions.
Whether your ATV is an essential tool or a recreational vehicle; paying for pedigree is well advised. Yamaha ATVs are thoroughbred over many years to ensure that you get the most for your money.