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I am thinking of getting the wife a new 2011 kodak 450 with powersteering. Have these been good machines? I dont know anything about them.
 

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They've been around for a while (the kodiak 450) and alot of the old ones are still on the trail and workin on the farm. Can't speak for new ones as I havent been around any but....
 

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They've been around for a while (the kodiak 450) and alot of the old ones are still on the trail and workin on the farm. Can't speak for new ones as I havent been around any but....
I agree...Yamaha makes a solid, long-term, trustworthy machine. And easy & cheap to work on if ever needed.
 

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The new 450 is the same as the original 03 450 engine only diff will be the EPS system. I can say they are tough, mines been through alot and my cousin has one that has been through worse both are still going.
 

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I have an 03 450 that I beat the snot out of back in the day. Really didn't have to many problems with it. I still have it I just haven't been on it in a couple of years.
 

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Yamaha may not be the most powerful utility ATV brand, but it's at the top of my list for the most trust worthy, and easiest to work on.
 

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Bought the 450 Kodiak today for the Wife!!
 

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nice! post us up some pics & let us know how you/she likes it.
 

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Sorry no pics yets. I dont think I will do mch too it but tires and a handle bar riser for now. She is loving the little machine and its power steering. Perfect for the ladies.
 
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