2017 Kawasaki Line-up RELEASED!


For 2017, the Teryx and four seat Teryx4 get minor graphic changes. They’re powered by 783cc single overhead cam V-twins. Teryx prices start at $12,999 and go to $14,999 for the Teryx LE. Prices for the Teryx4 begin at $15,799. The Teryx4 LE is $16,999. LE models come with painted bodywork, roof, and 27” tires on 14” alloy wheels. All Teryxs come with roomy, comfortable seating, power steering and doors.
The new Mule SX brings rugged Mule Pro-FX styling and new features to Kawasaki’s most compact, most affordable UTV. Prices start at $7299 for the 2WD Mule SX. The Mule SX 4×4 is $8099, with prices ranging to $9399 for the Mule SX 4×4 XC SE, which includes black bodywork, aluminum wheels, roof, underseat compartment and LED headlights. All XC models feature 4WD,  bigger 12-inch wheels,  and 26-inch tires  providing  more ground clearance  and  new more aggressive, wider tread.
Mule SX UTVs are powered by a 401cc, two valve, pushrod single cylinder engine. A fully automatic dual range transmission makes the Mule simple to drive. There’s selectable 2WD/4WD on 4WD models, and all models have a lockable rear differential.
Pro series Mules come in three seat versions and models that convert from three to six seats with gas or diesel power. Gas models get 12 valve, double overhead cam, three cylinder 812cc engines. Diesels have six valve, pushrod 993cc powerplants.These utility recreation UTVs have plush suspension with 8.7” of travel, front and rear, tilting beds that can carry 1000 pounds and a ton of towing capacity. Prices start at $11,999 and range to $16,999 for the Mule Pro-FXT Ranch edition.
The mighty Brute Force 750 EPS returns with cool new color choices including Metallic Flat Raw Graystone , Super Black, and Firecracker Red. There’s a Camo version too, and a base model without power steering. All Brute Force 750s are powered by the same potent 783cc, single overhead cam, eight valve V-twin, and all models have stylish cast aluminum wheels. Price start at $8999 for the base 750 and go to $10,599 for the EPS and EPS Camo models.
The Brute Force 300 is a compact, easy to handle two wheel drive sport utility machine powered by a liquid cooled, four valve, single overhead cam 271cc engine. It has independent front suspension with 5.2” of travel and swingarm rear suspension with 5.6” or travel. It’s available in Super Black or Timberline Green for $4299.
Kawasaki’s youth sport quads, the KFX90 and KFX50 have quiet, electric, start, air cooled four stroke engines. Fully automatic transmissions make these machines easy to ride,The KFX90 is $2599 and the KFX50 is $1999.

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