The Wolverine 350 is a sport all-terrain vehicle manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company from 2006 until 2009. Yamaha re-introduced the Wolverine brand name in 2017 for a side-by-side UTV model. With a seat height of 33.1 inches the Yamaha Wolverine 350 Weighs 478LBS and has a 24 horsepower engine with a top speed of 55MPH. The Wolverine 350 name was also used on an older utility ATV with racks before being converted to a sport ATV in 2006.
Yamaha ceased production of the 350 Wolverine after the 2009 manufacturing run and re-focused on other ATV models but it fit the entry-level sport market well during its run. Though slightly under-powered it performed best on ATV trails by keeping up with larger sport models. Here are the Yamaha Wolverine 350 specs for 2006 thru 2009.
Wolverine 350 ATVs are manufactured to multitask according to Yamaha Co. and many reviews agree, there’s a lot of utility value in the Wolverine 350 model. The Wolverine 350 has the appearance of a sport ATV but it has utility traits. It has the independent suspension coveted in the ATV racing community. The Yamaha Wolverine 350 has utility capable steel wheels but they are mounted with sport ATV Maxxis tires. The Wolverine 350 is a tough little sport ATV.