2000 Yamaha Kodiak Automatic

Used ATVsRec / Utility
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ATV is in great shape for the year, ready to ride.

All-new 2WD model with liquid-cooled 401cc four-stroke engine, fully-automatic transmission and dual-range will make this a very popular machine. Say hello to the all-new Kodiak Automatic, the most advanced beast in the 2WD forest. This all-new 2WD machine has a liquid-cooled 401cc engine with a fan-assisted radiator that delivers reliable heavy-duty, high-torque performance.

Yamaha ATV Disclaimer ATVs are recommended for those aged 16 years and older. YAMAHA recommends an approved training course. See your dealer or call   Yamaha SXS Disclaimer Professional driver on closed course.  Always protect the environment and wear your seat belt, helmet, eye protection and protective clothing.  Read the owner’s manual and product warning labels before operation.  Model shown with optional accessories.  Vehicle specifications subject to change.  Yamaha Motorcycle Disclaimer Professional rider(s) on closed area.  Dress properly for your ride with a helmet, eye protection, and protective riding gear.  Do not drink and ride.  It is illegal and dangerous.  Specifications are subject to change.

WARNING: CFMOTO recreational vehicles are intended for off-road use only and can be hazardous to operate. Read Owner's Manual and all product labels before operating. Never operate on paved roads. Operators and passengers must wear a helmet, eye protection, and protective clothing. Operators must be at least 16 years old with a valid driver's license. Passengers, if permitted, must be at least 12 years old. Always use seatbelts, cab netting, and doors (if equipped). Never operate under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Avoid excessive speed and sharp turns, and never engage in stunt driving. check state and local laws before operating on trails. Take a safety training course before operating. Contact your CFMOTO dealer for more information, call the ATV Safety Institute at 1-800-887-2887, or go to www.atvsafety.org