Production years: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023
The 2005 Yamaha Rhino as one of the industry’s most versatile UTV machines. The Rhino’s size is well suited to many different tasks ranging from recreation to work due to its “not too small, not too large” chassis and cargo bed. The smaller nature of the design suit those who prefer to operate in tighter riding environments like wooded areas, while the cargo bed is still big enough to carry equipment or supplies for a job site.
|engine specs||Type:||Liquid-/oil-cooled W/fan, SOHC Four-stroke Single||Displacement:||421 cm3||Bore X Stroke:||-||Compression Ratio:||10:1||Horsepower:||-||Torque:||-||Fuel System:||Mikuni 33mm BSR Carburetor|
|transmission specs||Gearbox:||-||Clutch:||-||Primary Drive:||-||Final Drive:||Shaft|
|chassis specs||Frame:||-||Front Suspension:||Independent Double Wishbone||Rear Suspension:||Independent Double Wishbone||Front Brake:||Dual Hydraulic Disc, Twin Pistons||Rear Brake:||Hydraulic Disc, Self-adjusting, Shaft Mounted|
|dimension specs||Overall Length:||-||Overall Width:||-||Seat Height:||-||Weelbase:||-||Ground Clearance:||-||Weight:||-||Fuel Capacity:||-|
|tyres specs||Front:||AT25x8-12 NHS||Rear:||AT25x10-12 NHS|