Yamaha's All-New 2015 Viking VI Side-by-Side

posted on June 6, 2014
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undefinedWell, they did it again. Last year Yamaha introduced the side-by-side world to the Viking, the first of its kind with three-abreast seating. Now, taking the next logical step, the company has extended the wheelbase (it did a lot more than that, I promise!) and added an additional row of three in the all-new 2015 Viking VI.

Complete with the power and ruggedness Yamaha owners have come to expect, the six-person Viking VI doesn’t disappoint. From its 686cc four-stroke engine to Yamaha’s Ultramatic fully automatic transmission and the more-than-capable On-Command 4WD drive with lockable front differential, this machine is not held back a bit by the addition of more passengers.

Check out the press release here, and see more on the 2015 Yamaha Viking VI at Yamaha Outdoors and Yamaha Viking websites.

Assistant Editor Jon Draper recently spent some time in the new Viking VI, so be on the lookout for more in the coming months in print and online.


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