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UTV TEST: 2022 KAWASAKI TERYX4 S LE

Legs to match its heart By the staff of Dirt Wheels Kawasaki has had a long and successful run with the Teryx4. It looks much as it did when it was introduced in 2012, but has had continuous updates—some quite far-reaching—since then. Kawasaki’s new Teryx4 S LE is considered all but a separate model. In a nutshell, it is a Teryx4 with a wider stance, more travel, larger front shocks and a slightly longer wheelbase. Yamaha was the first manufacturer to produce a UTV that was aimed at work and play, but Kawasaki had…

FIRST LOOK: MORE 2021 KAWASAKI SPORT UTVs

KRX e-suspension and wider, longer-travel Teryxs By the staff of Dirt Wheels Kawasaki has already announced a full 2021 lineup without hinting that more updated UTV models were coming. We don’t mind the secrecy, since the “Green Machine” has been hiding welcome additions. The new and latest variation of Kawasaki’s Teryx KRX 1000 line is the Teryx KRX 1000 eS. We are happy to say that the principle feature of the KRX eS is Kawasaki Electronic Control Suspension (KECS) featuring Fox 2.5 Live Valve internal bypass…

FUTURE PREVIEW

By the Dirt Wheels staff FUTURE PREVIEW As we eagerly wait to drive the all-new KRX1000, Kawasaki showed us what the future looks like for this new machine. They revealed a fully built KRX with molded doors and HCR long-travel suspension. The new build also comes with 35" tires, PRP seats, and an aftermarket cage. The KRX has some cool features new to the industry including a CVT temp gauge, oil sight gauge, and adjustable passenger seat. On display was the new K&T Performance mock-up of a turbo for the new…

NEW KAWASAKI TERYX KRX1000

Get ready to experience adventure like never before. The Kawasaki Teryx® KRX® 1000 sport side x side is engineered for high adrenaline adventures and conquering the toughest terrain.

2019 KAWASAKI LINEUP

-- The Brute, Teryx, Mule & more -- The biggest news (released so far) is that Kawasaki continues to grow the Mule Pro family with the all-new Mule Pro-MX UTV. The Mule Pro-MX features increased recreational abilities and rugged, no-nonsense styling. It also brings a mid-size option to the Mule Pro series. It features a comfortable fit for two passengers, the muscle to cover ground and the capability for fun when work is done. The fuel-injected, 695cc, single-cylinder engine is complemented by speed-sensitive…

2019 KAWASAKI TERYX® AND TERYX4™ SIDE X SIDES

The Kawasaki Teryx® and Teryx4™ family of side x sides return for model year 2019, ready for adventure. Assembled in Lincoln, Nebraska out of domestic and imported parts, the Teryx and Teryx4 side x sides are versatile enough to provide thrills for the whole family on the trails with standard Electric Power Steering (EPS), and rugged enough to help out with chores with plenty of torque and 1,300 pounds of towing capacity (with an optional draw bar). The Teryx and Teryx4 side x sides are built Kawasaki Strong. With…

SHOOTOUT UTV: Arctic Cat Sport 700 vs. Kawasaki Teryx 800 vs. Polaris RZR S 900 vs. Yamaha Wolverine 700

The mid-sized performance UTV category is growing. In the last year, both Yamaha and Arctic Cat developed machines to go against the Polaris RZR S. Unfortunately for them, Polaris upped the cc on the RZR S to 875cc, making it even faster. Furthermore, Kawasaki has increased the power and suspension action of the Teryx to try and keep up. We see this category as a group of machines in the $15,000 price range that still needs to fit on 60-inch-wide trails, be hauled in the back of a pickup, and not necessarily used for work.…