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FIRST LOOK: All-New 2019 Yamaha Wolverine X2


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Luke lays down his early impressions on the all-new 2019 Yamaha Wolverine X2 equipped with a 847cc parallel twin engine, upgraded 600LB dumping cargo box and the highly intuitive Adventure Pro system.   The quieter engine of the Wolverine X2 runs at a projected 69HP and the cab has built-in tilt steering, a sliding driver seat, along with raised driver and passenger doors and roof for complete coverage from the elements.   

The Adventure Pro system is a detachable tablet straight from the factory that tracks a whole whack of data during your riding experience. The system includes information on engine performance, engine RPMs, speed, as well as a fully capable GPS. You will also be able to update your social media presence on the fly and can take photographs of your adventures while out on the trail.   Stay tuned for further coverage on the 2019 Yamaha Wolverine X2 coming at you this summer on a brand new season of Dirt Trax Television.

For more information, visit: https://www.yamahamotorsports.com/out...

Visit https://traxnationretail.com/ to order the latest official Dirt Trax gear!

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