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The 660 engines give sport riders an edge of speed off line in a race and utility riders can tear through anything carrying a large load with an ATV engine that size. In addition to constant upgrades Yamaha releases, they have models that are somewhat of a downgrade to create their youth ATVs. The only downgrades on youth ATVs are engine and body size. The same quality and dependability are expected from their youth ATVs. Yamaha has an ATV small enough for children as young as six to ride.
Their sport ATVs are a top choice among racers because of innovative body designs and high torque engines. For working a ranch or farm, Yamahas utility ATVs are as tough as they get. The utility ATVs from Yamaha are not known for high speed, but other features, such as four-wheel independent suspension, make these quads best for a rough ride with a large load. All of this is not to say Yamaha ATVs are perfect, in fact there are many upgrades and accessories you can add to improve them, but when it comes to core purpose of an ATV, utility or sport, Yamaha quads can achieve that task, which is what matters most.
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