Kawasaki 2017 Teryx and Teryx4

by Jessica Kirby |

Kawasaki 2017 Teryx and Teryx4 action shot

— Photo courtesy Kawasaki Motors Inc.

When you’ve got the gang together and you’re up for adventure, look no further than Kawasaki’s sporty but powerful SxSs cranking necks for 2017—the Teryx and Teryx4. These machines are built for fun on the trail, are manoeuverable for novice riders and are crazy fast for the seasoned adventurer. They boast excellent torque and 1,300 pounds of towing capacity with an optional draw bar in case you need to handle a few chores while you’re at it.

Kawasaki took a right turn with standard electric steering and FOX Podium 2.0 suspension, which means trail cruising is a breeze. A powerful and versatile 783-cc V-twin engine and continuously variable transmission with engine braking performance mean all terrain—smooth, rugged or steep—is conquerable, especially considering the engine generates its power and torque in the low and mid-range of the powerband.

Jaw-dropping, aggressive front-end styling shows Kawasaki is at the top of its game when it comes to style and comfort—don’t forget to admire the polished, 14-inch cast aluminum wheels from the spacious cockpit and ride in the total confidence of a double X frame.

These machines also steal the show with their Showa-built electric power steering system (a standard feature), which negates the need for a traditional power steering pump, leaving all the engine’s power where it belongs. Steering assistance is variable and determined by the machine’s speed and torque, so slow-speed use draws more and as the speed increases, assistance drops.

Give it a whirl and get adventuring today at www.kawasaki.ca.

Kawasaki 2017 Teryx and Teryx4 static shot

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