For the family looking to spend time together outdoors or the group of friends looking for an adventure the Kawasaki Teryx and Teryx4 side x sides provide the ultimate vehicle for fun on the trail.
2009 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI – First DriveWe were fortunate enough to be invited to the Kawasaki Dealer show in Dallas, Texas. As we all know, everything is bigger in Texas and the Dealer show was no different. Following the Kawasaki Dealer meeting, we had the opportunity to test out the new 2009 DFI Teryx. Many of the editors headed to a bus to be taken to a test track that Kawasaki set up in a pasture. They made the track one mile in length with lots of tight turns. There were a couple of areas where they piled rocks or 4 x 4 lumber to test… Continue Reading »
2014 Kawasaki Teryx4 800For 2014, Kawasaki stepped up their game substantially with a host of updates and changes for the 2014 Teryx4. Now don’t for a second let your mind wander off to an XP900 killer or Wildcat slayer, but imagine a side-by-side that will offer everything you can ask of it, and maybe more. This flagship UTV of the green camp is designed for a class all its own which, in this writer’s eyes, is the “do everything well” class. Come with us to Utah as we put this machine through its paces in some of the most beautiful riding country in… Continue Reading »
2012 Kawasaki Teryx 4 750 4×4Twice as much of a good thing is always better, right? Absolutely. So you knew Kawasaki would eventually double the Teryx’s substantial fun and function factor by adding two seats – enough for more friends, extra help or the whole family. The result is the all-new 2012 Teryx 4 750 4x4 – a top-of-the-line four-seat RUV with truly amazing capabilities. Of course, Kawasaki didn’t just bolt two extra seats to the Teryx 750’s chassis and call it a day. Engineers figured out exactly what was needed to do the four-seat Rec/Utility concept right, redesigning the entire machine from tip to… Continue Reading »
2010 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI 4×4 SportFor drivers seeking maximum performance from their recreation utility vehicle (RUV), the Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Sport, with its lightweight aluminum wheels controlled by fully adjustable sport suspension at all four corners, offers performance, comfort and stability that no other RUV can touch. The evolution of this incredibly adaptable vehicle continues for 2010: An aggressive new front end with a forward-tilting hood allows front suspension and cooling system access and eases maintenance. Upgrades to the mighty V-twin's cooling system enhance long-term reliability, and an even sturdier tilting bed out back provides even greater durability. In addition, a host of detail… Continue Reading »
2009 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI SportThere have been many exciting changes in the last year for UTVs. One of the most welcome changes came to the Teryx 750 in the form of DFI (Digital Fuel Injection). We couldn't wait to get a chance to take this good-looking machine out for a test ride. Kawasaki chose the deserts of Arizona for a location to try out the toughness of the new Teryx. As it turns out, this was right in my backyard. The area they picked I have been riding for over 10 years. It has fast sand washes, rock crawling areas and steep hill climbs.… Continue Reading »
2009 Kawasaki Mule 4010Kawasaki has raised the styling bar for 2009, offering a modern, rugged, truck-like body style for its versatile Mule™ 4010 Trans4x4® Diesel that quickly transforms from a four-person 4x4 to a two-person unit with an extended cargo bed. This new look complements popular changes made the prior model year, which saw the company add electric power steering (EPS) finesse to the extra grunt and convenience of this off-road utility vehicle. NEW BODY The new bodywork draws comparison to the styling of many modern pick-up trucks that are often seen working alongside the Mule. Its panels are durable, color-molded plastic that… Continue Reading »
2008 Kawasaki Teryx 750 4×4Back in the day, 4 years ago, there were just a few UTVs to choose from. The Polaris Ranger, John Deere, the Kawasaki Mule and a few others that really offered nothing more than a vehicle to work around the ranch or farm at speeds around 30 mph. When the Yamaha Rhino came out in 2004 it defined a whole new bread of Utility Terrain Vehicles that would set a president for vehicles to come. Polaris stepped up with the Ranger XP as well as the new Ranger RZR, Arctic Cat created the Prowler, and now Kawasaki adds to their… Continue Reading »