Check out photos of the 2013 Yamaha Grizzly 550 EPS utility ATV in action during our first ride review. Read the full story in our 2013 Yamaha Grizzly 550 EPS First Ride.
- 2013 Yamaha Grizzly 550 EPS
- All four corners are rigid enough to prevent body roll without compromising comfort.
- Climbing up rocks and steep ledges in 4WD is no problem.
- The Grizzly carries the largest engine in the mid-sized 4x4 class at 558cc's.
- On the right side of the bar are the front brake, start button and 4WD switch.
- Transmission positions include High, Low, Neutral, Reverse, and Park.
- The 2013 Yamaha Grizzly 550 EPS sits on 25x8-12 front and 25x10-12 rear Maxxis tires.
- In the rear is a 21W/5W brakelight.
- The 2013 Yamaha Grizzly 550 EPS is equipped with dual 35W Halogen multireflector headlights.
- Getting the Grizzly off the ground is never an issue, the suspension provides a plush landing every time.
- From its engine to its drive train, the 2013 Yamaha Grizzly 550 EPS has what it takes to traverse earth’s most difficult terrain.
- A sprag clutch is used for all-wheel downhill engine braking in 4WD mode, and reverse.
- The 2013 Yamaha Grizzly 550 EPS utilizes a 558cc powerplant derived from its older brother, the Grizzly 700.
- The WildeArc arms provide ground clearance 5 inches wider than a standard A-arm.
- We were invited by Yamaha to join its biennial dealer incentive ride in Southern Utah.