Here is our first up-close and personal look at the all-new 2021 Yamaha Wolverine RMAX, both two and four-seater models. Our team (Alex and Kase) are on location in Utah to test drive and put these new work & play off-road machines to the test. Before they get to driving – here is everything there is to know about the RMAX.
The new RMAX2 and RMAX4 are powered by a 999cc twin cylinder engine that is rated at 108 horsepower. The two-seater offers a small tilt-bed in the rear with a payload capacity of 600 lbs. There is also a two-inch hitch receiver that allows it to tow up to 2,000 lbs. The new RMAX lineup is a direct competitor to the Polaris General machines that have similar power, specifications, and capability.
The RMAX lineup offers a selection of adjustable FOX shocks, either with manual adjustment or electrically controlled. These Yamaha machines offer 14.2 inches of suspension travel in the front and 16.9 inches in the rear. These ride on 30-inch tires and offer many accessories. Additional skid plates, spare tire carrier, lights, and storage boxes can be added at extra cost.
The RMAX2 and RMAX4 are available currently with a starting price of $19,799 for the two-seater. The top of the line four seater RMAX4 1000 Limited Edition starts at $25,299.
Please check out the first video at the TFLoffroad channel and come back soon for a full first-drive review.