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post #1 of 25 Old 06-04-2019, 01:51 PM Thread Starter
 
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2020 Grizzlies Released

Just color changes for 2020. Maybe they'll release more models later in the year....... I don't know why they don't offer a plan red or blue version? The color choices are limited.

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Wow colour choices are worse then ever!
Interesting the SE lost its fancy 14" wheels and 27x10" zillas at all four corners

On the Canadian Web site the Grizzly and Kodiak EPS are available in a beautiful Blue!

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Wow colour choices are worse then ever!
Interesting the SE lost its fancy 14" wheels and 27x10" zillas at all four corners
I thought the color choices were bad too. I've got a Grizz with Zillas and so far I've been impressed with their performance. The zillas throw gravel pretty bad which scuffs the pretty blue paint! LOL!

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Yeah.. same old same old, color combos different rims and tire setup, midrange improvement for the smaller 686, the Le model with the hand and thumb and seat warmer plus the wind shield has been around for awhile now to, looks like we may have to wait another year for the engineers at Yamaha to come up with a twin cyl power for the Griz, kinda getting disappointed with Yamaha for not putting out a twin for 2020 for the Griz, o well... maybe next year: icon_ nono2:

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Damn, US pricing of $10,799, for the SE, and you don't get the 14" same wheels all the way around, OEM marginal tires but get a winch and one "color", well color if you're a dog.

Yamaha, now you're even getting week on the color change part of the equation. Maybe that is their plan, to get consumers less focused on a higher HP Grizzly.

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So what Iím seeing is no significant changes.....
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Iíd like to see an 850 as much as the next guy. But the fact is that Yamaha is slow moving in this area. Itís also a fact that Yamaha reliability is second to none. No matter what complaints are made, Iím keeping my 14 700 for a very long time. It does all I need it to do.
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I like the new green and the red available on the 450. The pricing keeps climbing up on the Grizzly. Personally, I'd get a Kodiak instead. I never loved my 2016 Grizz like I did my 2009 550. Maybe I'd be better suited for a Kodiak 450 or 700.
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I like the new green and the red available on the 450. The pricing keeps climbing up on the Grizzly. Personally, I'd get a Kodiak instead. I never loved my 2016 Grizz like I did my 2009 550. Maybe I'd be better suited for a Kodiak 450 or 700.
That's interesting. This is just an observation made in the show room, but I much prefer the overall seating, handle bar position and feel of the newer grizzly over the 700 kodiak because to me they feel simular to my current 550. I don't like the ergonomics of the 700 kodiaks at all and will never buy one because of that.

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I have the 19 Grizzly SE and really like the tire and rim combo can't believe they don't have that anymore. guess the only way I'm trading in is if they come out with a 850. On a different note does anyone use the Yamaha Adventure Pro GPS I like the 7in screen. I use a small 3in GPS but most of the time cant see it because I wear glass and don't wear them when I ride.
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That's interesting. This is just an observation made in the show room, but I much prefer the overall seating, handle bar position and feel of the newer grizzly over the 700 kodiak because to me they feel simular to my current 550. I don't like the ergonomics of the 700 kodiaks at all and will never buy one because of that.
I've never sat on a Kodiak. For me, my 09 felt lighter and more nimble. More like a sport utility. My 2016 felt much larger all the way around, and heavier, more like a straight utility. The 2016 was a nice quad, but for me, the 2009 was more fun.

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I like the new green and the red available on the 450. The pricing keeps climbing up on the Grizzly. Personally, I'd get a Kodiak instead. I never loved my 2016 Grizz like I did my 2009 550. Maybe I'd be better suited for a Kodiak 450 or 700.
I wouldn't be interested in a 450.

I did go with the Kodiak as it is very similar to the 2013 700 Griz. Don't care for the new wider, taller heavier Grizzlies.
I also really like the wet brake. Great for trails and very low maintenance.

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I wish they would drop an 850 in the Grizzly. I understand that Yamaha is worried about reliability. However I think if they offered a bigger engine they would pull more from Polaris and Can Am. I know the price would go up, but you get what you pay for.
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I personally have not interest in 14 in. wheels. I prefer the 12 in. and like having more tire than wheel. Just my personal opinion.
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I personally have not interest in 14 in. wheels. I prefer the 12 in. and like having more tire than wheel. Just my personal opinion.
i agree and apparently so do a lot of others. my dealer is flooded with 14" take offs. guys buying new griz and workin in a deal for 12"rims and tires.

as for ergonomics, thats a big reason i chose he kodiak over the grizzly . more comfortable seating position and bars feel like you control the bike making it nimble in tight trails. grizz feels much bigger, the fender size and shape add to that. i felt like my arms were up in the air, reaching out to both front corners
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