Kawasaki unveils Teryx line
June 12, 2007
Filed under Features
Mix UTV traits and sportier ATV genes and there is what Kawasaki calls the recreational sport vehicle. A selection of Teryx 750 4×4 RSVs were among the products the company included for summer release.
This new full-sized RSV is the first to have V-twin power, with its 749cc 90-degree V-twin engine. The Teryx 750 4×4 is all about recreation, yet it retains enough of its working heritage to offer versatility and handy features for tackling everyday tasks.
The Teryx 750 4×4 shares the long A-arm and narrow frame concept of its sport brethren. It has adjustable Kayaba suspension with gas-charged shocks. When the terrain requires it, the driver can activate 4WD with a simple servo-control switch. The Teryx 750 4×4 employs a combination of dual 200mm discs up front and a sealed wet brake in the rear.
It is equipped with a 500-pound capacity cargo bed that is ideal for recreational users, yet versatile enough for work and hauling with tie down hooks in all four corners. It comes with a cargo net to keep the goods secure. The Teryx 750 4×4 can also pull the load with its 1,300-pound towing capacity.
The Teryx 750 4×4 is built from scratch resistant Thermo-Plastic Olefin bodywork and steel skid plates underneath to shield the engine. The Teryx 750 4×4 comes in green, red or camouflage, with limited editions available for each.