Yamaha states, the Raptor 700’s power, combined with an advanced, lightweight hybrid steel and aluminum frame, controlled-fill aluminum subframe, and cast aluminum swingarm, results in a durable, rigid structure, offering a premier power-to-weight ratio while beating the competition as the lightest ATV in its class. Superior handling enhances the 2021 Yamaha Raptor 700 lineup’s incredible experience, smoothing out trail and braking bumps on account of the 9.1-inch front and 10.1-inch rear suspension travel.

  Rider-friendly features, such as a thick, plush seat, dual counter-balancers, electric start, and a reverse gear, bring comfort and convenience to all day adventures on standard Raptor 700 models. Suspension on Raptor 700R models is upgraded with high- and low-speed compression and rebound adjustability. In addition, Raptor 700R SE versions are further enhanced with a GYTR front grab bar, GYTR footwells (select models), and unique color and graphic kits.


The 2021 Raptor 700 is available in Armor Grey for $8,299 MSRP and the Team Yamaha Blue Raptor 700R is available for $8,899 MSRP. Raptor 700R SE versions are available in either a White / Metallic Black or Yamaha Black / Yellow for $9,499 MSRP. CARB-compliant California-specific Raptor 700 models start at $8,299 MSRP and are available in all color options, plus an additional Raptor 700R SE in a White / Team Yamaha Blue color scheme.

 There are 49-state and California-specific models for the Raptors: a Raptor 700, a Raptor 700R, and 3 different Raptor 700R SEs. Only the CARB compliant Raptors can be sold in California.

2021 Yamaha Raptor 700 Armor Gray $8,299
2021 Yamaha Raptor 700r SE White/Team Blue (CA Model) $9,499
2021 Yamaha Raptor 700r Team Blue $8,899
2021 Yamaha Raptor 700r SE Black/Yellow $9,499
2021 Yamaha Raptor 700r SE White/Metallic Black $9,499



Read about a project Raptor 700 we built HERE.


Also check out the 2021 Yamaha YFZ450R’s HERE.

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