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Mirrors are standard, on the inside of the windshield, this protects them from errant branches, but they vibrate pretty substantially from the engine revving. It’s a pretty noisy power plant too, especially at lower speeds where you might be operating a utility sled. Think of it as the price for power.
The VK Pro touts an 11.6-gallon gas tank, which gives it good range. You’ll notice it’s less than the other models, but then again this 4-stroke engine usually gets substantially better gas mileage, so a larger tank is not required in this model.
¦ Bottom line:
If you plan to spend more time on-trail than in the boonies with your utility sled, the Cat and Polaris offer more comfort and superior trail handling. All will tow and pull, but the Yamaha feels like it delivers more grunt. If it’s attitude you seek in a utility sled, the Norseman should put you in charge of this game!