The essential ATV - pure and simple
Two-wheel drive keeps weight to a minimum, bringing even more to the Grizzly 350 - responsive and nimble handling across terrain, plus low running costs. Immensely capable, the 350 2WD can transport a combined load of up to 120 kg on its front and rear cargo racks - just as much as 4WD models.
Add double A-arm front suspension to the Grizzly 350's great handling and lightweight chassis, and you'll quickly appreciate the appeal of 2WD for the vast majority of riding duties.
At a glance
- Double A-Arm front suspension
- Ergonomic design for rider comfort
- Lightweight chassis
- Reliable, low-maintenance shaft drive
- Fully automatic Ultramatic® transmission
- Fully-sealed under-seat drive case keeps water out
- Hydraulic double-disc front brakes
- Push-button electric start
- Low running costs
- 348cc oil/air-cooled single cylinder engine
Grizzly 350 2WD
Functionality, flexibility, durability and massive capability springing from a rock-solid platform of engineering excellence: these are the elements that give a Yamaha Utility ATV its authenticity.
Full pricing information
Grizzly 350 2WD Red£5,149.00
Grizzly 350 2WD Green£5,149.00
Grizzly 350 2WD Blue£5,149.00
ATVs with engines up to 70cc are recommended for use only by riders 6 years and older and always with adult supervision. ATVs with engines of 70 to 90cc are recommended only for use by riders 10 years and older, and always under adult supervision. ATVs with engines of 90cc or greater are recommended for use only by riders 16 years and older. ATVs are built to operate within their design limits. Safe towable weights, together with maximum carrying capacity are identified in the owner's manual if applicable. For durability, reliability, but most important of all, operator safety, under no circumstances should the recommended capacities be exceeded. Yamaha recommends that all ATV riders take an approved training course. For safety and training information, see your dealer or call your Yamaha Distributor in your country. ATVs can be hazardous to operate.