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ok,Im waiting.......I love the yxz two seater but where and when is the four seater coming?????
 

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One of you computer geeks needs to photoshop one so we can see what it'll look like
 

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My local A-Cat dealer says the the 4-seaters outsell the 2-seaters at least 2-1. Maybe more.

I will be getting a 2-seater this time around, but a 4-seat vehicle has advantages beyond the addition of two seats.
 

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I really need a 6 seater, but the Viking won't due because of its engine. So..I may have talked the Mrs. into a 4 seater YXZ & then buying a used Wolverine and a bigger trailer. :D
 

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Rumor is the 4 seater will not have the sequential transmission. It will be more of a crossover vehicle between the wolverine and the YXZ and will be offered in the 2 and 4 seater. YXZ Will remain a 2 seater with a factory turbo option coming soon.
 

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I'm in the same boat. I currently have a Teryx4. Would be nice to see Yamaha come out with a short wheelbase 4+ seater, but I doubt that'll happen.
 

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damn, length sure does make those little tires look small and the car a limosine!.....bigger tires would shrink the gerth i would think, to the eye....
 

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nice job!!!
Looks good but I hope that's not the route they take in their 4 seat. I hate how long the sport 4 seat cars are right now. I think the Teryx 4 is the best as far as perfect 4 seat size and length. I hope Yamaha tries to adapt some of that into their version. The back seat doesnt need all that leg room IMO. Keep it sporty just like 4 seat sport cars.
 

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Looks good but I hope that's not the route they take in their 4 seat. I hate how long the sport 4 seat cars are right now. I think the Teryx 4 is the best as far as perfect 4 seat size and length. I hope Yamaha tries to adapt some of that into their version. The back seat doesnt need all that leg room IMO. Keep it sporty just like 4 seat sport cars.
I actually agree with your comments
 
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