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Old 10-24-2007, 02:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I've read a couple posts on other sites (nothing too reliable) about Suzuki working on a side x side (UTV). Anybody have any info or links to info on this? It would be sweet if it was something to compete with the Polaris Razr. The Razr is the cat's @ss right now... best stock performance and only 50" wide so it can fit on trails. It's the first "sport" oriented UTV rather than "work" oriented UTV. I hope it's true and Suzuki joins the game and spanks the competition!





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QUOTE (MYZ400 @ Oct 23 2007, 11:54 PM)
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The Razr is the cat's @ss right now... best stock performance and only 50" wide so it can fit on trails. It's the first "sport" oriented UTV rather than "work" oriented UTV.[/b]
Wow, you blew that one - you completely forgot the first true "sport" UTV, and that was the Yamaha Rhino. C'mon, man...
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Old 10-24-2007, 03:28 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I didn't forget about the Rhino, it still can't legally be ran on ATV trails; what's sporty about that? The Razr was designed strictly with "sport" in mind. Don't get me wrong, if & when Yamaha comes up with something to compete with Polaris, I would rather have a Yamaha; but Polaris has the competition beat hands down for now.

What would really be awesome and dominate the UTV class is if a manufacturer produced a sport UTV that would be factory street legal like a dual sport dirt bike.
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I'd love to see a Zuki SXS. Id also like to see them build them more toward sport/race. I know the market isnt AS high as utility buyers, but it would be awesome none the less.
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shoot suzuki has been building side by sides for ever.. i can't beilieve yall have never seen them... does the word samuri ring any bells?
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shoot suzuki has been building side by sides for ever.. i can't beilieve yall have never seen them... does the word samuri ring any bells?[/b]
HAHAH yeah the samuri might as well be a side by side....my friends brother has one with some crazy tires and lift on it....all camo painted and stuff. those things are tuff
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shoot suzuki has been building side by sides for ever.. i can't beilieve yall have never seen them... does the word samuri ring any bells?[/b]


Yeah, I guess you're right. Now if they could just shoot that killer off-road vehicle with a shrink ray for the trails.

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Old 10-24-2007, 06:26 PM   #8 (permalink)
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No need for the srhrink ray...

The samuri's bumper is plenty hard enough to knock down most of the small trees it would encounter.

hell, we widened the trails (private) behind my buddies house with one... If anything was in the way, the samuri drove right the eff over it!

Tough little bastages!
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i used to own a samurai, i am too damn tall to push any of the pedals, it was a fun little truck though!
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