The year’s best new ATVs, Part 1: Quads

The year’s best new ATVs, Part 1: Quads

Trail blazers, part 1

Heading to camp, carting gear or hauling out a quartered moose? These 2016 bikes will git ’er done

YAMAHA

Kodiak 700 EPS

Kodiak 700 EPS

One of the best-value utility ATVs on the market, this is a big-bore machine with a mid-size price. The engine is geared for a low RPM at normal cruising speeds, making for better fuel economy and all-day riding comfort. The ultramatic transmission also delivers good engine braking for extra traction and smooth, steady descents. Whether you use the Kodiak 700 EPS for work or recreation, Yamaha says this machine’s built to get the job done.

ENGINE: 708cc, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC

TRANSMISSION: CVT

BRAKING: Hydraulic disc front, wet brake rear

SUSPENSION: Independent double wishbone

FUEL CAPACITY: 37 litres

RACK CAPACITY: 110 pounds front, 198 rear

Learn more: (416) 498-1911; www.yamaha-motor.ca

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