2024 Yamaha Wolverine X2 1000 Photos

Photos of the all-new baby RMAX.

Yamaha unveiled its 2024 lineup, including an all-new model: the 2024 Wolverine X2 1000. Powered by the RMAX’s potent parallel-twin engine, the vehicle slots between the Wolverine 850 and RMAX in capability and price. Starting at under $18,000, the X2 1000 is a bargain with 28-inch tires, a locking front differential, and piggyback ZF shocks. Check out the photos of the 2024 Yamaha Wolverine X2 1000.

2024 Yamaha Wolverine X2 1000.Yamaha
Under the familiar bodywork, the 2024 Yamaha Wolverine X2 1000 packs plenty of muscle and capability.Yamaha
The Wolverine X2 1000 borrows heavily from the RMAX, even using the same 108 hp parallel-twin engine.Yamaha
The Wolverine X2 1000 boasts impressive suspension, with 12.5 inches of ground clearance.Yamaha
The Wolverine X2’s suspension boats more than 15 inches of wheel travel in the rear.Yamaha
Yamaha says the Wolverine X2 1000 offers buyers a more economical option compared to a full-tilt RMAX.Yamaha
RMAX power in a Wolverine package.Yamaha
The 2024 Wolverine X2 1000 is available in two trims at launch: R-Spec, seen here, and an up-level XT-R.Yamaha
The X2 1000 uses the RMAX’s excellent CVT gearbox with high and low range, and that means it also comes with Yamaha’s 10-year CVT belt warranty.Yamaha
Expect to find RMAX niceties inside, including the hand brake and shifter.Yamaha
If you’re looking for a budget RMAX, this is it.Yamaha
The Wolverine X2 1000 uses a completely new suspension design with ZF external-bypass shocks.Yamaha
The shocks feature high- and low-speed compression adjustment.Yamaha
The X2 1000 looks sharp on 14-inch aluminum wheels.Yamaha
Base models start at $17,999.Yamaha
The Wolverine X2 1000’s aggressively sloped nose allows for excellent visibility.Yamaha
R-Spec trim offers plenty, but if you want hardware like a winch and a sun top, you’ll need to step up to XT-R trim.Yamaha
Simple, but effective gauges.Yamaha
The Wolverine X2 1000 boasts a 600-pound-capacity tilt bed.Yamaha

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