The Yamaha Viking VI Side-by-Side 6-passenger utility vehicle features on-command 4-wheel drive and an Ultramatic transmission. Coupled with a 700-cc gas-powered engine and electric power steering, it can comfortably handle almost any terrain.
The Yamaha Viking VI SXS utility vehicle can reach road speeds up to 50 mph. But don't let that fool you. It also has the off-road capability to handle tough country with ease.
The cab in the Yamaha Viking VI side-by-side is designed for drivers, with simple and intuitive dash controls, adjustable driver seat and a full digital display panel with speedometer, odometer, trip meters and fuel gauge.
The Yamaha Viking VI Side-by-Side can comfortably carry six adult passengers.
The all-steel cargo box on the Yamaha Viking VI SXS can handle up to 600 lbs. In addition, the utility vehicle can tow up to 1,500 lbs.
The Yamaha Viking VI Side-by-Side utility vehicle comes in several color options. The vehicles are assembled in the U.S.
A wide variety of accessories are available to help customize the Yamaha Viking VI Side-by-Side to your preference.
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The Yamaha Viking series kicked off in 2014 with the 3-seat model, which quickly won wide acclaim. For 2015, Yamaha increased the seating capacity to 6 while maintaining all the features that made the original Viking popular.
In both the original Viking and he Viking VI, the middle seat is reclined 5 degrees. This provides more shoulder room, creating a more comfortable ride. What's more, the Viking VI has ample leg and head room in both the front and back seats.
With a longer chassis to accommodate 6 people,Yamaha engineers made some adjustments to the design of the Viking VI. Specially designed tires, optimized for the Viking VI, and an ample suspension combine driver and rider comfort with off-road capability.
The Yamaha Viking VI features an On-Command system that quickly allows the driver to adjust to changing terrain with one of three settings: 2WD, 4WD and 4WD with a fully locked front differential.
Yamaha Motor Corp., USA announces a new utility vehicle--the Viking VI Side-by-Side 6-person vehicle. The Viking VI comes on the heels of the three-seat model introduced last year to popular acclaim.
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