Here's your chance to buy a Yamaha Rhino 700 that is as close as can be to new w/o having to go to a dealership! It only has 21 miles on the OD and only 10 hours on the meter. I bought this vehicle in 2008. It basically just sat in my garage the whole time. I took it around my neighborhood on paved streets a few times just to warm it up, and I also started it up now and then. This is the most capable side by side, because it's great for work and play - which also makes it the most versatile. Since they've upgraded the Rhino 660, this is probably the most perfect machine around. It has a total of 5 disc brakes, the engine breaking is incredible, and it is fuel injected - you can start it up and go right away if needed. They've also upgraded the axles and made it a little bit more heavy-duty to go along with the bigger engine. It has storage under the seat, for a nice sized tool box. If you look at it closely, I'm sure you can find a couple of light scuffs here and there from being in a tight storage area over the years. But that's probably the only way you can tell that it is not brand new. There's approx. $1,750 that I've put into it for extras- which includes: A set of Yamaha OEM limited alloy rims and it also comes with original stock steel rims - which are great to have if you want to mount different types of tires onto it. Also, Yamaha left and right side mirrors, a heavy duty winch with mount, rocker switch mounted to dash, terminal on front bumper for hand-held remote switch, 2 sets of windshields, soft top with roll up back windshield, trailer hitch, fog lights with dash mounted switch, 4 amber running lights, battery charger tender, terminal connection which is mounted into the glove compartment to plug in so you do not have to open the hood to keep charge, custom fit cover, and a helmet.