Kawasaki UTV Review

2014 Kawasaki Teryx First Ride

2014 Kawasaki Teryx First Ride 0

For 2014, Kawasaki decided to revamp its entire lineup of Side by Side vehicles. Kawsasaki started with the Teryx4 (T-4), which included revamping the Teryx4 with styling improvements, Fox Podium shocks and an increase in engine displacement (read more in the 2014 Teryx4 First Ride). The 2-seat Teryx was also completely overhauled with a host of improvements, including…

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2014 Kawasaki Teryx4 LE First Ride

2014 Kawasaki Teryx4 LE First Ride 0

The re-imagined-for-2014 Kawasaki Teryx4 LE is a tantalizing new machine that boasts several improvements to an already very-capable vehicle. Included in these improvements is a revamped motor designed for more power output and better fuel efficiency, a reimagined suspension system that now includes Fox Podium shocks, a new EPS system, LED headlights, sound deadening material…

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Mobility Specialists Kawasaki Teryx Adaptive

Mobility Specialists Kawasaki Teryx Adaptive 0

What would you do without your legs? Any number of medical, biological or accidental scenarios could cause a loss of function in one or both legs. The reality of living with a lower extremity disability or handicap is a complete change in lifestyle, particularly for motorcycle and other powersports enthusiasts. Some brave individuals remount their…

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2012 4-Seat Sport UTV Comparison

2012 4-Seat Sport UTV Comparison 0

What’s better than making a passenger scream in a high-performance side-by-side? Making three of them scream. The UTV market is growing, and by that we mean the machines themselves are getting larger. Four-seaters are the new rage for manufacturers. Hauling extra human cargo has been around for awhile in the utility applications, but now the…

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2008 Kawasaki Teryx 750 4×4 First Ride

2008 Kawasaki Teryx 750 4×4 First Ride 0

It’s a mild, moonless February evening. I’m miles from anywhere in the star filled expanse otherwise known as Glamis-Southern California’s sandy remnants of an ancient sea. The bright 40-watt halogen headlamps cut through the pitch black night, but do nothing to illuminate the dark, bottomless drop-off directly in front of me. I can’t see where…

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