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  • New 12V/60W electrical outlet mounted to front rack - standard automotive-style outlet fits a wide range of electrical accessories.


  • MSRP* $6599
    Rear utility box has a sealed, full-width lid and can be accessed without disturbing rack cargo
  • Designed for a wide range of work or play using the proven features of the QuadRunner 500 4X4 with the added convenience of an automatic transmission.
  • Fully automatic V-belt transmission with high/low subtransmission featuring a straight-line gear pattern (L-H-N R) and high-mounted gear shift lever for ease-of-operation.
  • Choose 2WD or 4WD operation with a unique torque-sensitive limited slip front differential that allows lighter steering in tight turns.
  • Engine brake system minimizes free-wheeling to help reduce downhill speed.
  • Steel floorboards protect the rider's feet and legs from mud and water, plus built-in footpegs help keep the rider's feet in place.
  • Lightweight aluminum skid plate is 40% lighter than standard steel skid plate.
  • Double A-arm front suspension features 150mm wheel travel and wider diameter oil damped shocks with 5 preload adjustments for improved damping performance.
  • Rigid axle, 4-link rear suspension with 150mm of wheel travel and twin shocks with 5 preload adjustments, plus 15mm additional ground clearance and 30mm longer wheelbase (1230mm total) for improved weight distribution and ride characteristics.


  • SCEM plated cylinder minimizes cylinder size & weight and improves heat dissipation.
  • High capacity radiator with thermostat controlled cooling fan.
    QuadMaster 500 incorporates a front protector plate beneath the front differential case
  • A 34mm CV-type carburetor provides quick throttle response with high mounted snorkel intake system.
  • Electric starter with backup recoil starter and automatic decompression release.
  • Maintenance-free digital CDI ignition system provides optimum ignition timing and makes recoil starting easy.
  • High output charging system, (325 watts max.) combined with 14Ah maintenance-free battery.
  • Durable steel frame made of large diameter, thin-walled tubing to maximize strength and reduce weight.
  • Stainless steel exhaust system.
  • Large front bumper with built-in headlight guard.
  • Large cargo racks rated for 66 lbs. front and 132 lbs. rear.
  • Large 210mm hydraulic front disc brakes and 180mm rear drum brake provide consistant braking performance in all climate conditions.
  • Lightweight cast aluminum wheels.
  • 904 lb. gross trailer towing capacity on level ground. (400 lbs. on uneven ground).
  • Dual 30/30W headlights with lightweight plastic lens and twin taillights.
  • Large speedometer with tripmeter plus indicator lamps for neutral, reverse, high-beam and coolant temperature.
  • 3.5 gallon fuel tank with built-in fuel gauge.
  • Wheelbase increased 30mm.
  • 6 month warranty.


MSRP*: $6,599
Engine: 493cc, SOHC, four-stroke, single cylinder, liquid cooled
Bore & Stroke: 87.5 X 82.0mm
Compression Ratio: 8:5.1
Carburetor: Mikuni BST34
Ignition: CDI
Starter: Electric and recoil
Transmission: 5-speed with reverse and 2-speed subtransmission, automatic clutch, 2WD/4WD front differential
Final Drive: Shaft drive
Overall Length: 2005mm (79.0 in.)
Overall Width: 1170mm (46.1 in.)
Overall Height: 1175mm (46.3 in.)
Seat Height: 850mm (33.5 in.)
Ground Clearance: 235mm (9.3 in.)
Wheelbase: 1230mm (48.4 in.)
Dry Weight: 272kg (599 lbs.)
FRONT: Independent, double A-arm, oil damped, five preload settings
REAR: Link-type, oil damped, five preload settings
FRONT: Dual hydraulic disc
REAR: Single mechanical drum
FRONT: AT 25 x 8-12
REAR: AT 25 x 10-12
Fuel Tank Capacity: 12.5 liter (3.3 gal.)
Color: Red, Green

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