Will a Rhino 660 Fit in a Truck Bed?

The Yamaha Rhino 660 is a popular side-by-side utility vehicle that has gained a lot of attention in recent years. It is capable of tackling tough terrain, hauling heavy loads, and is great for recreational use. But one question that many potential buyers ask is: will a Rhino 660 fit in the bed of their truck?

The answer to this question depends on the size of the truck bed in question. The Rhino 660 has an overall length of 108 inches, a width of 60 inches, and a height of 77 inches.

Most pickup truck beds measure at least 78 inches long by 60 inches wide, so the Rhino 660 should fit easily into most standard beds. However, if your truck bed is smaller than these measurements, it might be difficult to fit the Rhino 660 in it.

In addition to size considerations, there are other factors to take into account when deciding whether or not a Rhino 660 will fit into your truck bed. The weight of the vehicle should also be taken into account; at 1250 pounds, it is much heavier than most other side-by-sides. You should also consider the height of your tailgate and if it can be opened sufficiently to get the Rhino 660 loaded.

If you do decide to transport your Rhino 660 in your truck bed, there are some safety precautions that you should take. Make sure that your vehicle and its cargo are properly secured before hitting the road; otherwise you risk damaging your Rhino or having an accident on the highway.


In conclusion, whether or not a Yamaha Rhino 660 will fit into a truck bed depends largely on its size and weight as well as other factors such as tailgate height. If your truck bed meets all these requirements then you should have no problem transporting your Rhino 660 safely and securely.

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James Gardner