Kawasaki announces new 2021 and 2022 vehicles

2021 TERYX KRX 1000 eS

The 2021 TERYX KRX 1000 eS is the first ever side-by-side with Kawasaki Electronic Control Suspension. — Photo courtesy Kawasaki

Kawasaki has unveiled their lineup of new side-by-sides and motorbikes. Here's what you can look forward to riding this year from Kawasaki:

2021 TERYX KRX 1000 eS:

First ever side by side with Kawasaki Electronic Control Suspension
The new Teryx KRX 1000 eS is the fourth in the Teryx KRX 1000 line up, and the first-ever side-by-side fitted with Kawasaki Electronic Control suspension. KECs, paired with FOX 2.5 Live Valve Internal Bypass shocks provide unrivalled control and capability for side-by-side owners.

What's new: TERYX KRX 1000 eS

  • Kawasaki Electronic Control Suspension (KECS) with FOX 2.5 Live Valve Internal Bypass shocks.
  • 7-inch LCD TFT instrumentation screen.




The 2021 TERYX S LE / TERYX4 S LE have even greater comfort and capability for Teryx. — Photo courtesy Kawasaki


Even greater comfort and capability for Teryx
Building on the versatile Teryx lineup, the all-new 2021 Teryx S LE / Teryx4 S LE models feature wider tread, longer wheelbase, and longer-travel suspension to deliver even greater ride comfort and performance.

What's new: 2021 TERYX S LE / TERYX4 S LE:

  • Wider track and longer wheelbase courtesy of revised A-arms.
  • High-performance FOX 2.0 LSC Piggyback Shocks with longer travel and revised suspension settings.



2021 KLX230R S

The 2021 KLX230R S's new, low-seat makes this entry-level play bike even more accessible. — Photo courtesy Kawasaki

2021 KLX230R S:

New, low-seat makes this entry-level play bike even more accessible
The door to pure off-road enjoyment widens with the KLX230R S. New suspension settings give the new S model a lower seat height of 900 mm (35 in) -- over an inch shorter compared to the saddle of the standard model. This promotes confidence and control for riders of all skill levels.

What's new: 2021 KLX230R S

·         Low 900 mm seat height vs KLX230R (925 mm)

2022 KLR650 Adventure and KLR650:

Return of the rugged dual sport
The do-it-all KLR650 dual-purpose returns with a fresh look and a host of updates, including a fuel-injected engine, new fuel tank design with greater usable volume, strengthened engine and chassis, LED lighting and available ABS.

KLR650 Adventure

The new KLR650 Adventure is equipped with panniers, fog lamps, frame sliders, and DC and USB sockets. — Photo courtesy Kawasaki



The 2021 KLR650 comes in two variations: the standard KLR650 which is available with or without ABS, and the new KLR650 Adventure (above) that is equipped with panniers, fog lamps, frame sliders, and DC and USB sockets.

What's new: 2022 KLR650

  • Fuel injection
  • LED lighting
  • Larger (300 mm) front brake with available ABS
  • Longer range, 23 L fuel tank
  • Digital instrument panel
  • Taller, two-position adjustable wind shield
  • Larger, stronger aluminum carrier mounts
  • Increased generator output
  • DC and USB outlets (on Adventure model)

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