Kawasaki Brute Force

Kawasaki Brute Force

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The large displacement ATV segment has become more competitive than ever and every manufacturer struggles to improve its products as much as possible without affecting the final price tag.

In the sport-utility ATV machines industry, Kawasaki is considered one of the major players and its Brute Force 650 4x4i leads the way when it comes to harsh jobs and reliability. This is the reason why many people will recommend the Force 650 4x4i if you are searching for a rugged ATV that’s able to do all the dirty work without compromising the rider’s comfort and ride quality.

At the heart of the Brute Force 650 4x4i lies a smooth 630cc 90-degree four-stroke V-Twin which cranks out a proper amount of low-to-mid range torque and enough high rpm power to help you tackle the harshest terrains with ease.

Apart from the capable V-Twin unit you’ll also get front and rear independent suspension which is able to deal well with both paved roads and savage terrains.

Find out more about the Kawasaki Brute Force 650 4x4i after the jump.</i>

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There are many types of ATVs out there, with the big 750 cc models leading the way when it comes to performance and adrenaline rush. These big ATVs have a pretty strong pedigree and should be used only after you’ve gain some experience on smaller models like the Kawasaki Brute Force 300 for example.

This model is based on the big Brute Force 750 and borrows many design elements and technologies from its brother. Though there are a few major differences between them as apart from its smaller engine, the Brute Force 300 is offered with only two wheel drive mode and doesn’t come with power steering. Its dimensions are also more compact, but its design is strikingly similar to the Brute Force 750.

As far as practicality goes, the Brute Force 300 features a generous front storage box which is actually bigger than the one found at the 750 model. Additionally you’ll also find a relativelly spacious front fender pocket.

All these features are welcomed but there is something that sets the Kawasaki Brute Force 300 apart from the 300 cc crowd. And that’s the sporty digital display mounted on the handlebar which keeps you informed about speed, fuel, trip, time and other stats.

Find out more about the Kawasaki Brute Force 300 after the jump.
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The all-utility vehicle that is the Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i is already considered one of the best in the market. But what happens when something good receives a comprehensive round of upgrades for the 2012 model year? All that can be answered when you saddle up and ride the ATV for yourself.

One of the most important improvements done on the Brute Force 750 4x4i is the revised tuning on the ATV’s engine. Thanks to a new cylinder head and an increased compression ratio, the 2012 Brute Force 750 4x4i now has an upgraded 749cc V-twin four-stroke fuel injected 90-degree engine that offers more power than ever, with enhanced low-rpm performance. The twin cylinders are fed via 36mm throttle bodies, which are controlled by a 32-bit CPU that monitors coolant temperature, air intake temperature, air intake pressure, throttle position, vehicle speed, and crankshaft angle to deliver the optimum fuel mixture. The ATV also has instantaneous fuel delivery and crisp engine response help make the eight-valve engine a hit with sport riders.

For 2012, the entire steering assembly of the Brute Force 750 was repositioned so the bottom of the steering shaft no longer connects directly to the front differential housing. Likewise, a larger radiator was placed high in the chassis for optimum protection against mud and debris, while a new radiator fan and larger-diameter cooling hoses and pipes help maximize cooling performance.

The Brute Force 750 also carries a stronger double-cradle tubular steel frame featuring reinforcements at key areas like the front A-arm mounts, rear stabilizer mounts, engine mounts, and footrest mounts. The resulting improvements allow the ATV to have more impact on rough terrain handling and enhanced durability.

All of the new features of the Kawasaki Brute Force 750 makes this ATV a definite must-have!

Find out more about the Kawasaki Brute Force 750 after the jump.

How can an ATV that’s called ’Brute Force’ be anything more intimidating than its name? Well, if you check out all of the improvements done on the Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i , then you’ll get your answer.

The list of improvements are pretty significant and if you wanted anything more out of an ATV, then that model probably doesn’t exist because the new Brute Force 750 is already all that. And then some.

The most important upgrade for the 2012 model is the engine, which now features a new cylinder head and an increased compression ratio to go with the vehicle’s already impressive 749cc four-stroke fuel injected 90-degree V-twin engine. The engine is then mated to a continuously variable belt-drive transmission.

On top of that, the Brute Force 750 4x4i also has a whole new bodywork with wide-stance styling cues, an instrument panel that includes the speedometer, odometer, dual trip meters, fuel gauge, engine temp, clock, hour meter and 2WD/4WD icon, a new double-wishbone front suspension, a new set of six-spoke cast alloy wheels, dual-range, four-wheel drive, and a double-cradle, high-tensile tubular steel chassis.

All these changes amount to a completely new model that blows away anything its predecessors - or its competitors, for that matter - have to offer. The fact that you only need to shell out $9,299 for a chance to hit the trail with this bad boy is the proverbial cherry on the sundae.

Hit the jump for full specifications on the Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i.

ATVs are all about off-road fun and very few carry that sentiment with it quite like Kawasaki ’s flagship ATV model, the Brute Force 750 4x4i . With a name that pretty much sums up everything that its capable, the Brute Force 750 is the rugged, off-road 4x4 ATV of your dreams.

It’s powered by an upgraded 749cc four-stroke, fuel-injected, 90-degree V-twin engine that provides more power than ever before while also enhancing low-rpm performance. For the 2012 model, Kawasaki added a slew of changes on the Brute Force 750, most notably of which is an Electric Power Steering (EPS) system that enhances ride quality and control while also acting as a damping system, even when steering input is neutral. In addition to that, other notable additions to the ATV include new bodywork that features wide-stance styling enhancements, a new double-wishbone front suspension, and a set of six-spoke cast alloy wheels to go with a dual-range four-wheel drive and a highly maneuverable chassis giving the ATV amazing traction, handling, and utility.

Speaking mostly as a fan of ATVs, the Kawasaki Brute Force is more than capable of living up to its model name as a machine that can tackle just about every terrain it rides on. And the best part of the 4x4 is that with all the added goodies in store for the new model, the cost of owning one only reaches anywhere from $9,999 to $10,349 depending on the version available.

Find out more about the Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS’ specs after the jump

The Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS is the flagship model of the Kawasaki ATV line and for the 2012 model year, it has been revised even further. The ATV has received a more powerful engine, an Electric Power Steering (EPS) system, a double-wishbone front suspension, six-spoke cast alloy wheels, and new bodywork featuring wide-stance styling cues. The model is on sale at a starting price of $9,999. The 2012 model has also received an SE version that features a premium quality Metallic Tungsten Gray automotive paint finish, unique graphics, and a bright silver machined finish on the face of its cast aluminum wheels. Prices for the SE version start at $10,349.

The Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS is powered by an upgraded four-stroke fuel injected 90-degree 749cc V-twin engine. For 2012, the engine has received new cylinder heads that provide a higher compression ratio, new camshaft profiles with revised timing and increased valve lift, a new stainless steel exhaust pipes feature revised lengths, and two additional pass-through holes inside the muffler to help boost engine performance.

The most impressive feature of the 2012 Brute Force 750 4x4i is the Electric Power Steering (EPS) that monitors inputs from the vehicle speed sensor and steering shaft torque sensor to determine the amount of power assistance required from the system’s electric motor.

Hit the jump for the press release.

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While the competition sells some nice big-bore all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) with single-cylinder engines and four-wheel drive, the Brute Force 650 4x4 comes with Kawasaki’s legendary V-twin engine, a leading-edge 4x4 system and angular good looks for about the same price.


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