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Teaser: Yamaha pulls the wraps off its first six-passenger off-road utility vehicle

Yamaha Motor Corporation today unveiled a six-passenger off-road utility vehicle called the Viking VI. Farm Industry News got a preview of the Viking VI earlier this week as it was unwrapped prior to its dealer meeting outside of Austin, TX. We also got the chance to test drive the new vehicle, which was modeled after its three-person predecessor called the Viking. Yamaha engineers had to make some design changes to make a vehicle capable of carrying six passengers with the same ride comfort and handling as the Viking.

Expect a full report on those design changes next week.

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R Chris Anderson (not verified)
on Jun 6, 2014

I'm sick and tired of UTV articles. We have proven that dollar for dollar Jeeps run circles around any UTV. So, how about an article on the original UTV - the Jeep. We have five - three are for farm use. One of these is on tracks.

on Jun 18, 2014

Is it possible that the clear PVC Bag Trend is dying off? Definitely have not seen as many totes as we usually do this time of the year. Although, more and more handbag designers have been adding clutches and minaudières to their collections. And quite honestly, when it comes to the clear PVC bag trend I much prefer a smaller handheld piece to a full-sized tote.

It’s a trend that sure can be fun, if done right that is. Like pairing it with a colorful or even neutral color pouches, otherwise your bag just looks like one hot mess. That’s what I absolutely love about this trend, there’s so much room for tailoring the clutch to your outfit. To me that is what’s missing from the Tory Burch Laken Clear Clutch ($295). It doesn’t even come with a neutral colored slip- just a clear case that’s all that you get. Still fabulous though.

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