— The other Kawasaki UTVs —

The all-new KRX 1000 is getting most of the attention right now, but the other models still deserve your attention too. Check out the information on them below. For info on Kawasaki’s new high-performance UTV click here > https://utvactionmag.com/10-fast-facts-2020-kawasaki-teryx-krx1000/


Kawasaki’s sporty recreation machines, the 2020 Teryx and four-seat Teryx4, return with new color choices but no mechanical changes. Teryx UTVs are powered by a 783cc, single-overhead-cam, eight-valve V-twin with a fully automatic transmission that features a centrifugal clutch to protect the belt and provide engine braking. The 4WD system has selectable 2WD/4WD with a locking front differential.


These machines have double-A-arm front and rear suspension with 8 inches of travel up front and 8.3 inches in the rear using Fox 2.0 piggyback reservoir shocks.


The Teryx and Teryx4 are available in base, camo and LE models, and all models have power steering. LE models come with painted bodywork, aluminum wheels, two-tone seats and a roof. Camo models have a roof and steel wheels. Base models have Bright White bodywork, steel wheels and no roof. 2020 Teryx LEs get Candy Lime Green painted bodywork. Teryx 4 LEs come with Candy Lime Green, Atomic Silver or Fragment Camo Gray bodywork.  The base Teryx and Teryx4 come with Super Black bodywork. Teryx prices range from $12,999 to $14,999.

Teryx4s go from $15,799 to $17,199.



The three-seat Mule Pro-FXR is the sportiest of the Pro-series Mule utility-recreation family. Shorter and lighter than the Pro-FX and Pro-FXT, but powered by the same 812cc, three-cylinder engine as the larger models, the Pro-FXR is quicker and more agile, while still providing impressive work capabilities like a 1000-pound bed capacity and the ability to tow 2000 pounds. Painted bodywork, contoured bench seats, aluminum wheels and a roof are standard equipment. It’s $14,999 in Metallic Phantom Silver or Candy Persimmon Red.



The three-seat Mule Pro-FX and three-to-six-seat Mule Pro-FXT are powered by an 812cc, three cylinder, 12-valve, double-overhead-cam engine with a fully automatic transmission. Pro-FXTs feature folding rear seats to expand the cargo area. All full-size Pro-series Mules can carry 1000 pounds in their cargo beds and tow a ton. Full-size Mule Pro-series machines have 8.7 inches of suspension travel, front and rear. Prices for the Pro-FX start at $13,099 and go to $14,299 for the Pro-FX LE with painted bodywork, power steering, roof, aluminum wheels, and halogen and LED headlights. Prices for Pro-FXTs range from $13,099 to $16,999 for the Pro-FXT Ranch Edition with Metallic Rustic Bronze-painted bodywork, special badging, power steering, roof, aluminum wheels, halogen and LED headlights, and Warn winch.



The mid-size Mule Pro-MX is smaller and narrower (60- versus 64-inch wide) than full-size Pro-Series Mules, with seating for two rather than three or six. It’s powered by a single-cylinder, 695cc, single-overhead-cam, four-valve engine. Its fully automatic dual-range continuously variable transmission includes automatic engine braking.


Base, LE and camo versions are available, and all have power steering, selectable 2WD/4WD, a lockable rear differential, and four-wheel disc brakes. The SE comes with painted bodywork, aluminum wheels and a roof. The camo model has a roof and steel wheels. The base model has steel wheels and no roof. Double-A-arm front and rear suspension features spring preload adjustable shocks. The tilting cargo bed can carry 699 pounds and the vehicle can tow 1500 pounds. Prices for the Pro-MX start at $11,999 and go to $12,499 for the Pro MX EPS LE with roof and aluminum wheels.



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