2011 Yamaha Raptor 250 ATV Comparison — Motorcycle USA

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Yamaha Raptor 250

2011 Yamaha Raptor 250 ATV

2011 Yamaha Raptor 250

the Yamaha Raptor fits the entry-level sport ATV equation is at the tip of the spear. This is the sharpest new for anyone looking to get into ATV Not only is this machine at 332 pounds, but it’s also and powerful. Adding the fact it looks like a shrunken 700R makes it even However, this is not a simply a bike in its purest form.

is the state-of-the-art stepping stone for youth or smaller adults who want to go fast without with the huge power and of the 450 class ATVs.

The Raptor 250 is powered by a peppy 249cc SOHC engine flat out gets with the It’s the heart of this and the reason why it was so popular among our ATV test riders. The Yamaha is a sport ATV that’s low to the ground and long travel suspension directly at going fast on the trails, and as we found out, the dunes too. It has a five-speed transmission that is smooth and

The Raptor 250 has a manual five-speed that works flawlessly. a beginner standpoint, it still the rider to know how to use a clutch and it have a reverse gear.

precise with a light and positive engagement through the of our test. For new riders, the traditional is a challenge to get the hang of, as it always has for newbies. But once they got time under their we heard few complaints.

We saw lots of faces and clouds of roost as we wives and children racing off to the beyond aboard the little

If the engine doesn’t impress you the stable and agile chassis get your attention. This is at its best with the engine in the end of the rev-range, spinning the low profile and ripping around your trail in the woods, desert dunes or MX track. Sliding the crossed-up, pulling jumps and wheelies is the name of the Raptor’s


Yamaha Raptor 250
Yamaha Raptor 250

It has excellent brakes and the suspension is enough that our larger teens could actually decent sized hits bottoming on landings. It’s very stable and predictable carving up the trails. The exhaust is a little louder than the but it meets EPA requirements and it sounds to us.

Our test pilots all had a similar with most saying can’t believe how awesome the is. For the majority of the riding we did the bike is It dominated the TRX at the dunes thanks to the power. It was easier to ride on fire roads and hard terrain because it’s low to the and features sporty suspension.

On the trails it was a bit easier to man-handle and it seems to bring out the hooligan in all On the flip side, when you get in a it doesn’t have reverse and it a real pain having to hop off and drag it out of ruts or over The lack of reverse was a real in the gnarly woods and the nastiest rocks.

It also has minimum ground so when we’re hauling it’s prone to smashing the skid plate which up very well by the way. easier to pick and switch on this agile quad, but also a necessity. The TRX is more of an machine and the Raptor has a sharper

2011 Yamaha Raptor 250

Yamaha Raptor 250
Yamaha Raptor 250
Yamaha Raptor 250
Yamaha Raptor 250
Yamaha Raptor 250
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Yamaha Raptor 250
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