Kawasaki Prairie

Kawasaki Prairie

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The Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Sport is the flagship model of the Teryx side x side lineup. The vehicle is distinguished by its robust alloy wheels which are two pounds lighter than the ones from the standard Teryx.

The 2013 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Sport is propelled by a smooth 749cc 90-degree 8-valve V-twin cooled by an oversized fan and a large diameter hose. The vehicle comes with an advanced digital fuel-injection system which includes a long list of functions for increased performance. Power is sent to all four wheels through a CVT transmission which features high and low ranges, plus reverse.

To keep you safe from potholes the Teryx Sport is fitted with aluminum-bodied gas-charged piggyback-reservoir shocks in all for corners. For increased performance, the shocks are fully adjustable for spring preload, compression and rebound damping.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Sport.

The Kawasaki Prairie 360 4x4 ATV is a versatile, all-terrain vehicle that’s more than capable in mixing work with some R&R. It’s no wonder why people have fallen head over heels for this ATV; it’s got the juice to become an everyday hauler and is suited for serious chore duty or a couple of weekend romps.

Of the many important features of the Prairie 360, some highlights include steel front and rear cargo racks that carry a combined weight of 242 pounds without even breaking a sweat. On top of that, the ATV also has other unique features, including powerful dual halogen headlights and a standard hitch bracket that allows the rider to tow up to as much as 1,100 pounds. That alone makes it the highest towing ATV in its class.

As far as performance goes, the Prairie 360 is powered by a 362cc engine with a continuously variable transmission with high, low, and reverse gears. Adding to the ATV’s overall dependability is a MacPherson strut front suspension and a preload adjustable rear shock that handles suspension duties. The Prairie 360’s powertrain delivers torquey and dependable performance while the Automatic Powerdrive System with engine brake control and variable locking front differential is responsible for controlling the whole set-up to give riders the kind of power and control they look for in an ATV.

Should traction be an important part of your choice, the Prairie 360 also has a limited-slip front differential that helps keep steering light and precise, even in four-wheel drive. When in extreme conditions, the rider can use Kawasaki’s Variable Front Differential Control lever to send power to both front wheels.

Find out more about the Kawasaki Prairie 360 after the jump.

The name ’Prairie’ may not illicit the kind of reaction you’d want in a powerful ATV, but make no mistake, the Kawasaki Prairie 360 4x4 is still one of the most desirable ATVs on the market.

The do-it-all characteristics of the Prairie 360 are made to look better courtesy of a stealthy coating of Realtree APG HD camouflage. An innovative pattern melts into the environment, helping outdoor enthusiasts get to their favorite hunting ground or riverbank without disturbing the locals.

The Prairie 360 4x4 is powered by a 362cc air-cooled, single cylinder, four-stroke engine, a continuously variable transmission (CVT), and a reliable shaft drive. While the engine provides the power of the vehicle, the CVT enables the engine to operate in its optimal rpm range, churning out maximum torque, regardless of the speed or riding conditions. It also offers high and low forward gears plus reverse. When it comes time for extreme conditions, the Prairie 360 4x4 features a Variable Front Differential Control lever that sends out power to both front wheels, ensuring that no situation is too tough for the machine.

With an ATV that carries all these features, it’s important for it to be able to handle the rough terrain, too. That’s where the Prairie’s MacPherson strut front suspension and single-shock aluminum swingarm rear suspension comes into play, giving the ATV a supple ride with 6.7" and 7.1" of front and rear travel, respectively. The ATV also has a brake set-up that features dual front disc brakes providing superior stopping power to the front wheels and a sealed, oil-bathed multi-disc rear brake system providing equal braking power on the rear.

Find out more about the Kawasaki Prairie 360 after the jump.

The Kawasaki Prairie is not the Brute Force , that much we can be clear of. First, it’s not as powerful as the Brute Force and second, it doesn’t have as cool of a name. Sorry, but ’Prairie’ reminds us of The Sound of Music more than anything else.

Odd name choice notwithstanding, this particular Prairie 360 4x4 ATV still packs plenty of things that will draw you to it, not the least of which is the special Realtree APG HD camouflage that it’s been coated in. The color is perfect for riding outdoors or in a local hunting ground. Those poor deer won’t even know you’re there.

In any case, the Prairie 360 is powered by a 362cc air-cooled, single cylinder, four-stroke engine with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) and a reliable shaft drive. Whenever there’s a need for added traction, the four-wheel drive system can be activated with just a flip of the switch while a limited-slip front differential helps keep steering light and precise, even in four-wheel drive. If conditions become a little tricky, Kawasaki has a Variable front Differential Control that can send power to both front wheels.

The Prairie 360 also comes with a large saddle and full-sized floorboards with adjustable serrated footpegs to give the right level of comfort while also protecting the rider from all the mud and debris that will inevitably scatter.

We probably don’t need to sell you on the ATV more than what we’ve already done because the Prairie 360 4x4 and all of its features certainly speaks for itself.

Find out more about the Kawasaki Prairie 360 4x4’s specs after the jump

The venerable Prairie® 700 4x4 is the direct descendent of the original Kawasaki 4x4 that revolutionized the world of all-terrain vehicles (ATVs). With seemingly unlimited power from its V-twin engine, a finely tuned automatic transmission and variable front differential control, the Prairie has set the 4x4 continues to win magazine shootouts and has set the standard for other brands to follow


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