The Owner's Manual for this vehicle contains warnings, instructions and other information you must read and fully understand before safely riding or performing maintenance on this vehicle. Always follow the warnings and instructions in Owner's Manual.

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There are four Ride Modes with pre-defined suspension and steering settings to tailor the ride and handling to known uses and conditions. The Ride Modes are summarized below.



Suspension Description

Electronic Power Steering Description

Baja Mode

High compression and low rebound damping for large and aggressive suspension events.

Good feeling of the front wheels with excellent bump rejection.

Rock Mode

High compression and low rebound with angle based damping adjustments for maneuvering through rockier terrain. At higher vehicle speeds, damping becomes similar to Comfort Mode.

High assist level and bump rejection for low steering effort when maneuvering in rocks.

Track Mode

Medium compression and high rebound damping for aggressive cornering events.

Best feeling of the front wheels for aggressive cornering events.

Comfort Mode

Low compression and rebound damping to allow the shock to move and absorb smaller suspension events.

High assist level and bump rejection for low steering effort and maximum comfort.

Ride Modes can be cycled through using the “up/down” button on the steering wheel. It will not cycle from top to bottom with an “up” button press.

Notice the Mode Slide Out panel shows the active mode and the order/position. Ride Modes are described in more detail in the following sections.