Bighorn 2.0 26-inch tires are standard,
and four-wheel hydraulic brakes plus a
parking brake are backed by four-wheel
engine braking. Wolverine R-Spec EPS
models are available in Yamaha Blue for
$13,499 and Alpine White for $14,099.
We reported on the all-new Wolverine
X4 last month, but we’ve received
some more information since then.
X4s get power from a 847cc inline twin
with 82mm pistons, 80.2mm stroke,
long rods, offset cylinders with 10.5:1
compression and two 36mm EFI
throttle bodies with YCC-T fly-by-wire,
chip-controlled throttles. The dry-sump
engine has offset cylinders to reduce
friction loss, and rubber mounts and
counterbalancing to ensure smooth
running. Fuel capacity is 9. 2 gallons,
and wet weight is 1,666 pounds. The
four-seat Wolverine has special rear
shocks that self-pressurize to maintain
a level ride, no matter what the load is.
With the rear seats stowed forward, the
compression adjusters, adjustable
rebound and ring-style preload. Maxxis
Although the Special Edition Wolverine
R-Spec EPS wasn’t among the 2018s,
there is an Alpine White Wolverine
R-Spec EPS with a sun top, or go with
Yamaha Blue and bright aluminum
wheels or Realtree Xtra Camo with
blacked-out aluminum rims.
Wolverine X4s come in five
color choices with two Special
Matte Carbon paint. All sport
trick-aluminum wheels shod
with exclusive Maxxis tires and
self-leveling rear shocks that
pressurize on the fly.