Under the 600-pound-capacity tilting
bed, the two-seater has 182 liters of
The Teryx LE has a number of styling
elements with a roof, a brush guard
and upgraded lights. The MSRP is
behind the rear wheels; the wheelbase itself is the same. But there’s no
confusing the new Teryx with the older
version. It has doors, for starters, and
more modern, sportier styling.
In the suspension department,
Kawasaki did more than bolt on Fox
Shox. The new Teryx has 8 inches of
travel from the double-A-arm systems in front and 8. 3 inches in back.
The shocks are fully adjustable for
compression and rebound damping
and spring preload.
And finally, there’s a new three-year warranty for the 2014 Teryx
models. The two-seater’s price comes
in at $12,999. Look for a full test coming soon. ;
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The chassis is what really sets the
Teryx apart from last year’s model. It
uses what Kawasaki calls a double X-frame layout that’s similar to that of the
Teryx4. But instead of having the rear
seats, the Teryx has a massive storage
compartment located under a big tilting bed. At first glance, the Teryx two-seater is almost identical to the four-seater. The only real giveaway is the
smaller ROPS roll cage and the fact
that the bed doesn’t extend as far
A camo version of the
Teryx gets upgraded
lights, a roof and a
price tag of $14,299.