Yamaha’s Rhino is a tough act to beat and it makes our choice of a first place finisher in All-Terrain Vehicle Magazine’s Best UTV category tough to explain.
Its 660cc engine is a strong performer and its short wheelbase gives it a fun and playful demeanor that’s downright contagious.
You can hit berms, crank the steering wheel and bring the tail out in a NASCAR powerslide deserving of media coverage.
Its strength is also its weakness. The fact the Rhino is short and nimble limits room for cargo and passenger space.
Its twin buckets are supportive and comfortable, though, and its harness system inspires confidence in the driver and passenger when the Rhino is being thrown around – and it will be.
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