2018 Yamaha Wolverine X4 Review

By Jon Crowley Yamaha recently invited media out to Brushy Mountain Motorsports Park in North Carolina  to try out the all new four-seat Wolverine X4. This vehicle is targeted at trail riding and excels in areas that are tight and technical. If you are looking for a dune and desert four seater where longer wheelbase, wider suspension and bigger engines are more important, the Wolverine X4 probably isn’t your best choice. The Yamaha Wolverine X4 excels in fitting a family of four that enjoys exploring on tight trails or the hunter/fisherman that wants the flexibility to haul four people or two with a bunch of gear in the bed. With an overall length of 122″ and a wheelbase of 82.7″, the closest competitors to the Yamaha Wolverine X4 are the Kawasaki Teryx 4 and the Honda Pioneer 1000-5 for this trail riding market segment. The Pioneer 1000-5 has a shorter overall length and wheelbase than the Wolverine X4, while the Teryx 4 has a slightly longer overall length and wheelbase. Just to put the size of the Wolverine X4 into perspective, the Polaris RZR XP4 1000 is 2 feet longer with a 35″ longer wheelbase! They are obviously designed with … Continue reading 2018 Yamaha Wolverine X4 Review