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Yamaha Delivers New Wolverine X4 to Dealers, Launches ‘Build Your Own’ Customizing Feature on Website 

Yamaha Motor Corp., USA, recently announced the all-new four-passenger Wolverine X4 Side-by-Side (SxS) vehicle is shipping from its U.S. factory in Newnan, Georgia. Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative donates to 12 recipients in Q2 2017

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Yamaha Motor Corp., USA, recently announced the all-new four-passenger Wolverine X4 Side-by-Side (SxS) vehicle is shipping from its U.S. factory in Newnan, Georgia. To further aid customers in “Realizing their Adventure” even before purchase, they can now customize and tailor their Wolverine X4 with Yamaha Genuine Parts and Accessories using the “Build Your Own” (BYO) function found at www.YamahaOutdoors.com.

The Wolverine X4 is powered by an all-new twin cylinder 847cc engine, sports a compact, nimble chassis featuring a versatile cab with an industry-exclusive stow-away full-size rear seats for expanded cargo capacity on demand.

Understanding the varying needs for every of its customers, the Wolverine X4 was designed with accessory integration in mind. Yamaha Genuine Parts and Accessories are available for a wide range of premium accessories including, mirrors, overfenders, brush guards, windshields, sound systems, tire and wheel kits and more. The Wolverine X4 is also the only four-seat SxS to feature a full hard cab accessory option available direct from the manufacturer, according to the company.

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Standard Wolverine X4 color options include Graphite (MSRP $15,999), Yamaha Blue with overfenders and cast aluminum wheels (MSRP $16,499), and Realtree Xtra camo with overfenders and cast aluminum wheels (MSRP $16,899). Featuring overfenders, painted bodywork, color-matched interior and shock springs, and cast aluminum wheels, Special Edition (SE) models are available in Matte Silver and Matte Carbon (MSRP $17,249).

Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative Donates to 12 Recipients in Q2 2017

Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative contributed more than $150,000 in funds and equipment to 12 grant recipients in the second quarter of 2017. This quarter reflected the program’s broad appeal to the motorized and outdoor recreation community with several projects focused on creating and protecting motorcycle access and riding opportunities across the country.

“From a ground-up motorcycle riding park in Cleveland to restoring trails damaged by California wildfires, the projects submitted this quarter speak to the diversity of recreation opportunities the Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative supports,” said Mike Martinez, Yamaha’s Recreational Vehicle Group vice president. “The common denominator for outdoor recreation of all types is access to land, and the Access Initiative is here to support those who show the initiative to take on the projects that make it possible.”

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As the powersports industry’s leading land access advocate protecting the interests of those who work and play outdoors, Yamaha’s Outdoor Access Initiative supports off-highway vehicle (OHV) riders, as well as those who rely on land access to camp, hunt, fish or farm. The 2017 second quarter Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative grant recipients are as follows:

  • City of Cleveland, Ohio
  • Friends of Cow Mountain: Ukiah, CA
  • Friends of the Dillon Ranger District: Silverthorne, CO
  • Indian Valley Creek ATV Club: Fayette County, PA
  • Marion County 4-H Club: Ocala, FL
  • Nevada County Woods Riders: Nevada, CA
  • North Country ATV: New Stratford, NH
  • Quail Forever: GA Chapter
  • Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation: National
  • Stewards of the Sequoia: Wofford Heights, CA
  • Thunder Mountain Wheelers: Delta, CO
  • Utah Community-Based Conservation Program/Utah State University: Utah

The Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative continues to accept qualified applications for consideration of support and funding.

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