2021 Yamaha Grizzly EPS SE
2021 Yamaha Grizzly EPS SE – Rebuilt for 2021, the Grizzly EPS SE brings more uplifting excitement without losing an ounce of comfort, thanks to a new 700-class engine with improved midrange power and a smooth running motor.
Yamaha’s class-leading transmission combines direct response with advanced features such as natural and driving engine braking to control self-confidence. And, of course, Ultramatic proved to be the most durable ATV transmission on the market.
2021 Yamaha Grizzly EPS SE
With plenty of ground clearance and adjustable suspension, the grizzly EPS SE handles rough terrain easily. Beyond the shock of long journeys, Wide-Arc A-Arms and full body Skid plates ensure EPS SE grizzly is ready to keep going when you are.
Unlike so many 4WD ATVs on the market that place computers in charge, the Yamaha command system makes motorists responsible, with 2WD selected, limited-slip 4WD, and 4WD in diff mode. Lock to ensure EPS SE grizzly delivers power consistently as needed.
Reducing fatigue, excellent control and traces feel that everything comes standard with the best grizzly in the industry that is sensitive to the speed of Electric Power steering (EPS).
2021 Yamaha Grizzly EPS SE Specs
For 2021, Yamaha engineers want to improve the performance of the large SE EPS grizzly even further, with more power being used in the entire range of the Rev. At the same time, this new motorbike is equipped with a redesigned Engine holder, so despite its improved performance, this runs even smoother than before.
The Tactical Black special edition grizzly further enhances rugged terrain capabilities and confidence with the factory installed WARN Pro Vantage 2500 Winch, aluminum alloy mounting wheels 27-inch Maxxis Zilla Tires, and high-quality painted bodywork.
The Ultramatic grizzly EPS SE transmission has a guarded, dual-Range (Hi / Lo) drive plus reverse gear, and is the most advanced and durable drive system – CVT. The automatic clutch maintains constant belt tension to reduce belt wear and the sprag clutch provides natural all-wheel Engine braking.
For Trail riders looking for excitement on every trip, the ideal engine must balance the great Bore power with a strong midrange that provides a direct response. The grizzly EPS SE features a powerful new 700-class engine for 2021 with optimized torque, power delivery and engine character for aggressive recreational riding.
The three on-Command 4WD systems allow you to switch between 2WD, limited-slip 4WD and all 4WD fully locked differentials with a simple push button. An override button allows the engine to reach the maximum rpm in full diff key mode, and a straight driveshaft layout eliminates U-joints to reduce friction, noise, vibration and maintenance.
Overcome mud and water thanks to the layout of high EPS grizzly air intake. The design increases power and torque while providing additional space for on-board and easy storage, service lacking foam air filter tools. To maintain clean-running performance for many years, Grizzly EPS SE uses a Stainless Steel exhaust system and features screen-type ARRESTOR splashes for large power with minimum noise output.
Slow technical ride speeds can place a lot of thermal demands on fluid-cooled motors, so the grizzly features a high-capacity radiator with the help of a fan that provides plenty of airflow for maximum cooling efficiency – and is positioned high in the frame for optimal protection.
Specially designed and very high air intake drive systems help reduce the temperature of the hard disk system and help keep water and debris from entering the hard drive casing.
For deep mud, Scree slopes and other bad traction terrain out there, the Grizzle EPS SE comes ready to climb with a large 27-inch Maxxis® Zilla® tire mounted on strong and lightweight alloy rims. New Zilla tires use dual-Compound sidewalls and extra tough carcass construction to handle anything you can Throw.
Strong and consistent braking is standard in every EPS SE grizzly thanks to four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes with unmatched braking shades. To handle almost all terrain easily, the EPS grizzly offers an impressive 11.3 inches of maximum ground clearance and full-length composite Skid plate, for maximum stomach protection.
with the 7.6 “front-wheel trip and 9.1 ” On the back, provides excellent rider comfort even on the toughest lanes, thanks to nitrogen charged shocks with 5-way preload that can Customized.
Minimize fatigue and attack every corner with Yamaha Electric Power Steering (EPS), the best balance of electric steering aid and positive feedback on the industry.
An optimised 4.76-gallon fuel tank is located under the seat for excellent mass centralization and handling.
The long, fluffy seats enhance rider comfort for days exploring each track, with plenty of room for riders to move during aggressive rides. For 2021, Grizzly EPS SE receives a new instrument cluster with larger all-LCD readouts for visibility.
The sturdy composite front guards are scratch-resistant and will not rust, while Fender molded with injection and CV’s joint guards protect against damage to rocks and debris. LED technology uses less power, creating brighter, sharper lighting, and offers lifetime durability. The handlebars mounted halogen work lamps provide additional illumination moving with rider inputs for excellent visibility.
Yamaha Grizzly EPS SE Engine
The Grizzly EPS is engineered in concert with various accessories for perfect Fit and function, for almost every type of journey you can find. With the standard 12V Power Point, you can also keep your device charged.
Sturdy, large diameter steel cargo rack with durable wrinkle paint finishing can pack a Total of £308 combined (110 lbs. Front, 198 lbs. rear). Three on-board storage compartments keep everything safe. Center-Mount, heavy-duty receiver two inches came standard in grizzly and can tow more than 1300 pounds.
Like the rest of the Yamaha ATV and side-by-side, the Grizzly EPS SE is assembled in the United States to meet the standards that demand Yamaha for durability and reliability.
2019 Yamaha Grizzly EPS SE Release Date