The Yamabuggy is a side-by-side dune buggy. It made its international debut in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the SEMA convention. It is designed to be a quick and agile competitor to vehicles such as the Yamaha Rhino.[1]

The buggy is powered by a 400 cc Yamaha engine, capable of speeds in excess of 55 mph (89 km/h).[2]


The buggy has been featured in magazines such as "Dirt Wheels", "ATV Sport", and "Sand Sport".

Although the vehicle can be classified as a small dune buggy, it has also been known to traverse other terrains, such as dirt/desert trails, forest areas, mud, and snow.


  1. Newswire / XATV Introduces the YamaBuggy Recreational Side by Side All-Terrain Vehicle - Motorcycle/Bike/ATV - Yamabuggy by XATV. Retrieved on 27 December 2012.
  2. Yama Buggy 400A. Retrieved on 27 December 2012.

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