I was excited to take my new ride on a quick trip to check it out. My first issue was it didn't want to stay running when I first started it. The temps were in the 60's so not that cold. I would start but as soon as you touched the accelerator it would stall. Took about 5 minutes of this to get it to say running. Second was the lack of any colored labels on the shifter, lights & 4x4 knob. I did mark them with a paint pen like I read about on here. Not impressed with the cheezy plastics. Center console lid, rear seat belt cover(doesn't stay latched), glove box. No weather striping to seal these areas. The rear seat sliders are very awkward to use, once unlatched the seat is very loose and doesn't slide easily. I have size 12 shoes. The foot space up front is seriously lacking. I don't know why Yamaha put that angled foot rest in there but to me it takes up space and is awkward to rest your foot on. A few hours into the ride I got fidgety trying to find a comphy place for my left leg. My passenger said the same about their right leg. This led to more frequent stops to stretch. I wanted to see how the back seat ride was so I rode back there for a while. It felt more comfortable. Yes, my center console is scratched to heck from the seatbelts. Thanks Yamaha!! Speaking of which, the seatbelt reminder has to go!!! WTH Yamaha???! The rubber adjuster is also a pain. both of us were getting rashes on our shoulders/neck from the belt. So much so my passenger had to ride without the belt the last half of our trip. My first thought was to just remove the whole thing and just let the belt come out of the retractor. A few hours into the ride I developed a rolling squeak. Gets louder the faster you go. Dusty drive train?? I also got a front suspension squeak. up and down it would squeak. Props for the power steering and cupholders. On going down a slight grade, maintaining speed would cause the engine to surge and the engine brake clutch would clatter. I am adding switches to the dash. Why did Yamaha make the holes side ways?? The switches are printed upright. Another thing, the brakes are weak. I don't know if they needed bedded but I needed to pushhard on the pedal to stop with some speed. Overall, it is visually impressive looking, mechanical parts look beefy. Ride quality, leg room, fit and finish isn't any better than my 07 Rhino. I think I was expecting a little bit more for $22,000. I would give it a 7 out of 10.