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