Kawasaki announced a few new KRX colors and pricing for some 2022 models this week. The largest Teryx has been selling well and filling a need in the high performance market. The Teryx Is a durable, great handling, roomy UTV ready to tackle any terrain worry free. We took our test unit 1100-miles down the length of Baja with a tour group recently and hardly turned a wrench on it. You can find out more about these tours HERE .

     For the new year, Kawasaki is bringing back the the KRX line with a fresh new look. Pricing on the base model will stay the same at $20,499. The SE model will get a bright new color and a $400 price increase while the Trail Edition will get a $500 bump.  All models also have a negotiable destination ($940) and materials surcharge ($350) tacked on at the dealer. What hasn’t been announced yet is the Teryx eS, but that model was a late release in 2021. That machine with its electronically adjustable, Live Valve, FOX suspension has only been out for a few months and we expect this model will be equipped with Kawasaki Interactive GPS unit when available. We reviewed it within our October 2021 issue of Dirt Wheels Magazine. 


2022 Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000, Sunbeam Red, $20,499

KRX 1000


2022 Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000, Onyx Black, $20,499

KRX 1000


2022 Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000 Special Edition, Turquoise, $22,999

KRX 1000
The KRX Special Edition comes with a sound system, and a winch but no roof.


2022 Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000 Trail Edition, Fragment Camo Gray, $23,499

KRX 1000
The upcharge will get you a winch, roof, rock sliders, front and rear bumpers.


2021 Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000 eS, Onyx Black, $24,399 

KRX 1000
Since this model comes with a new info screen, it can house front and rear view cameras.

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