Behind the seats of the Kawasaki are
two bins that can hold a total of 48 gallons of cargo. There is a spot for a small
cooler as well.
The front hood of the Kawasaki can
be opened by two turning latches.
Underneath you have access to the
machine’s fuse box and air filter.
Kawasaki, sized 27x9-14 front and
27x11-14 rear. Gaining traction is
important, but not as much as hav-
ing good brakes. The Teryx has two
piston-caliper hydraulic disc brakes
it can tow up to 1300 pounds out of
a rear 2-inch hitch receiver. A tilting
cargo bed that is capable of holding
600 pounds also comes standard on
this machine. Cargo space is impres-
in the front with a sealed, oil-bathed,
multi-disc rear brake. The steel brake
lines help give the brakes a solid
pedal feel, but in some steep situa-
tions the brakes could be stronger.
GETTING THE JOB DONE
A great aspect of the Kawasaki
Teryx is that it is a recreational utility
vehicle, so it works well around the
job site or on the farm. For starters,
The Teryx has Fox Podium 2.0 shocks on all four corners with
dual-A-arm suspension. Hydraulic disc brakes slow down the
front, while sealed, multi-disc brakes slows down the rear of
The rear cargo bed of the Kawasaki can hold up to 600
pounds and is a dumping bed as well. The Teryx can tow up
to 1300 pounds.
The whole front hood of the Teryx was redesigned. Kawasaki
added two more headlights in their LE models and redesigned the front bumper and hood.