The 2014 Kawasaki Brute Force 300 continues to be one of the best ATV in its class featuring a rugged construction, a strong engine and a heavy-duty steel-tube frame.
As far as power is concerned, the 2014 Kawasaki Brute Force 300 boosts a liquid-cooled, 271cc single-cylinder four-stroke engine which is mated on a continuously variable transmission (CVT) with centrifugal clutch.
The strong engine needed a set of similarly strong brakes, therefore, the 2014 Kawasaki Brute Force 300 is equipped with dual 180mm hydraulically activated disc brakes with single-piston calipers.
You also get a 3.2-gallon fuel tank, a DC socket located on the left side of the handle cover and a comfortable cushioned seat.
As far as storage places are concerned, the Kawasaki Brute force 300 comes with front and rear racks that can hold 44 and 66 pounds, and a front storage compartment that is large enough to hold four 16-oz. bottles.
The 2014 Kawasaki Brute Force 300 is offered with a base price of $4,299.
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Meet the 2014 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS, a rugged ATV equipped with a modern Electric Power Steeering that helps you deal easier with tight turns.
The ATV is propelled by a 749 cc, liquid-cooled, 90-degree, four-stroke v-twin engine which sends its power to the wheels through a continuously variable belt-drive transmission with high and low range, plus reverse and engine brake control.
As far as suspensions are concerned, the Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS is equipped with a double wishbone independent front suspension that includes preload adjustable shocks. Out back you’ll find double A-arms and a preload adjustable shock at each wheel.
Among the standard features offered by the Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS you’ll find a 12-volt electric outlet, aluminum footpegs and a Trailer hitch bracket with 1,250-pound towing capacity.
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The 2014 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 is a strong ATV that can deal great with any type of terrain without any problems. At its heart lies a 749 cc, liquid-cooled, 90-degree, four-stroke, v-twin, SOHC, engine which sends its power to the ground through a continuously variable belt-drive transmission with high and low range, plus reverse, and engine brake control.
The engine is mounted on a strong double-cradle frame that comes with key reinforcements for extra stiffness. To be able to deal even with the toughest terrains without baking down, the Brute Force has also received a high 9.4 inches ground clearance and a set of rugged AT25x8-12 front and AT25x10-12 rear tyres.
The stopping power is handled by dual front disc brakes with two-piston calipers and Kawasaki’s sealed, oil-bathed, multi-disc rear brake system.
As far as prices are concerned, the 2014 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i can be yours for no less than $9,299.
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Built with versatility in mind, the 2013 Kawasaki Brute force 4x4i is a rugged ATV that offers a great mix of power, comfort and practicality.
In its rugged missions the 2013 Kawasaki Brute Force 4x4i is helped by a modern dual-range four wheel drive system combined with an agile chassis that gives you full control over of the ATV.
The 2013 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i is built around a four stroke, fuel injected, 90 degree, 749 cc, V-twin engine that rewards you with a strong power output and a great throttle response. The engine is combined with a continuously variable belt-drive transmission with high and low range, plus reverse and Kawasaki’s Engine Brake Control.
The 2013 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i is available at a starting price of $9,299 and comes with a 12 months warranty.
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If you are searching for a compact, affordable and capable ATV then the Kawasaki Brute Force 300 might be just what you’re looking for.
This small Japanese monster is packed with a long list of technical features which help it run over tough terrains with poise keeping your adrenaline levels at maximum.
At its heart lies a 271cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke, single cylinder engine mated on a two speed Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) with centrifugal clutch.
The engine is mounted on a lightweight yet strong steel-tube frame that maximizes the ATV’s maneuverability and improves the stability in corners.
It is also worthy of being mentioned that the Brute Force 300 features one of the widest tracks in its class, thanks to its long A-arms and rear axle.
The Kawasaki Brute Force 300 has a starting price of $4,249 and comes with a 12 months warranty.
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The Kawasaki Brute Force 650 4x4i is one of the most wanted middleweight ATVs. Thanks to its unstoppable character, the Kawasaki Brute Force 650 4x4i can tackle any terrain without any problem.
In its savage adventures, the Kawasaki Brute Force 650 4x4i is helped by a 90-degree, 633cc Liquid-Cooled, four-stroke V-twin engine that cranks out generous low-to-mid range torque to help you deal with hill climbs with poise.
The engine’s power is controlled by a smooth, fully automatic, dual-range continuously variable transmission.
For more versatility and lower fuel consumption, you can switch between two- and four-wheel drive modes using a convenient handlebar-mounted button.
As far as ride quality is concerned, the Brute Force 650 4x4i is equipped with double wishbone and coil-over-shock absorbers with adjustable preload front and rear.
The Kawasaki Brute Force 650 4x4i can be yours for not less than $8,199.
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If you are ready for adventure then it’s time to meet the Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS.
This strong ATV is able to withstand all the punishment you’ll throw at it without breaking a sweat. Apart from being reliable, modern and tough, the Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS is also equipped with various features especially developed to make it more capable and practical.
The ATV is wrapped in a scratch resistant skin and is fitted with a spacious saddle and a pretty ergonomic handlebar.
In terms of power the Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS is equipped with a Liquid-cooled, 90-degree, four-stroke V-twin, SOHC engine with a displacement of 749 cc. The engine is paired with a fully automatic Kawasaki Automatic Powerdrive System (KAPS) continuously variable transmission (CVT).
The Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS Camo is offered with a starting price of $10,599.
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Thanks to is rugged and unstoppable character, the Kawasaki Brute Force 650 4x4i has managed to conquer a lot of fans and many consider it one of the most capable ATVs in its class. Its workhorse capabilities and independent front and rear suspension combine to ably handle work and play.
The ATV is propelled by a four-stroke, V-twin, liquid-cooled, SOHC, four-valve engine which has a displacement of 633cc. The engine offers a hefty pulling power of 1,250 pounds and can carry a combined 264 pounds on its front and rear racks.
The stopping power is offered by a smart combination of dual 200mm front discs and Kawasaki’s sealed, oil-bathed, multi-disc rear brake system. Enhancing the high-performance brakes is the Kawasaki Engine Brake Control system, which electronically monitors ground speed and uses the engine’s compression to help slow the Brute Force 650 4x4i under certain conditions.
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Kawasaki made a set of pretty significant upgrades for the Brute Force 300. Thereby the 2012 model is fitted with a more-powerful V-twin engine, new double-wishbone front suspension, six-spoke cast alloy wheels, new bodywork featuring wide-stance styling cues.
Needles to say, that the 2012 Brute Force 300 continues to be offered with dual-range four-wheel drive and a highly maneuverable chassis.
Thanks to the new tweaks, the ATV’s four-stroke fuel injected 90-degree 749cc V-twin engine offers more power than ever, with enhanced low-rpm performance.
The new engine is mated on an upgraded fully automatic, dual-range continuously variable transmission (CVT). The transmission features a new high gear ratio and a thicker belt made of stronger material which contributes to longer CVT belt life and reduced maintenance requirements.
You also get a modern instrument panel which includes speedometer, odometer, dual trip meters, fuel gauge, engine temp, clock, hour meter and 2WD/4WD icon, plus indicators for neutral, reverse, belt, and oil pressure.
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As a leading ATV manufacturer, Kawasaki constantly improves its modes and tries to keep the standards high. The crown jewelry in Kawasaki’s ATVs lineup is the big bore Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4 EPS which also comes with a military looking Camo paintjob.
Compared to the previous version, the 2012 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4 EPS Camo received a set of significant upgrades which help it stay in front of the heard.
Besides the full exterior facelift, the Brute Force 750 4x4 EPS Camo has also benefited by a series of performance upgrades which include electronic power steering (EPS), a stronger engine and double-wishbone front suspension.
Due to the numerous upgrades, the 2012 Brute Force 750 is 89 pounds heavy, than the previous model and weighs a total of 695 pounds. Though, despite its extra weight the Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4 EPS Camo is still significantly lighter than the majority of its rivals.
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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.
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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.
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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!
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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.
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