The 2021 Kawasaki Lineup Is OUT... Mostly! Hot
The 2021 Kawasaki Lineup Is OUT... Mostly!
Kawasaki just announced the majority of its 2021 ATV and side-by-side model lineup. The summary of the model release thus far is nothing new. All the ATVs and side-by-sides from 2020 have made a return for 2021 without any real changes other than colors and graphics. One thing to note as you can see in the photo below, Kawasaki is releasing new 2021 models on July 7th, and it looks like two of this models look like Teryx KRX 1000s. It will be interesting to see what the “new” on the KRX 1000 will look like this year.
Teryx KRX 1000
Speaking of the 2021 Teryx KRX 1000, a new Vibrant Blue color is now offered as a color choice. The rest of Kawasaki’s sport side-by-side remains the same this year…so far. This includes a 999cc parallel-twin engine, front a-arm and rear trailing-arm suspension with 19-inches and 21-inches of travel respectively, a roomy interior, CVT transmission, dual throttle modes, sharp looking bodywork, and an overall heavy duty sport side-by-side. The MSRP is $20,499. You can read our initial review of the Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000 by clicking this link. For even more information check out Kawasaki's Website below.
ATV ESCAPE Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000 First Ride Review- https://www.atvescape.com/atvescape-reviews/utv-reviews/2020-utv-reviews/1742-2020-kawasaki-teryx-krx-1000-first-ride-impressions-review
5 Things We Love About the Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000- https://www.atvescape.com/industry-news/kawasaki/1758-5-things-we-love-about-the-kawasaki-teryx-krx-1000-you-won-t-find-in-the-specs
Kawasaki’s Teryx KRX 1000 Website- https://www.kawasaki.com/sidexside/teryx/teryx-2-passenger-sport/Teryx-KRX-1000?cm_re=GLOBALNAV-_-PRODUCTGROUPLIST-_-MPP
Teryx and Teryx 4
The 2021 Teryx and Teryx 4 lineup remains unchanged for this model year, other than updated colors and graphics. Vibrant blue makes its way into the color choices along with Pearl Neon Yellow on the LE Teryx model. The Teryx4 adds a very good-looking Metallic Graystone, Pearl Neon Yellow, and carryover Fragment Camo Gray LE colors. The Teryx sports a 783cc v-twin engine, speed-sensitive EPS, FOX podium 2.0 piggyback shocks, a comfortable cabin complete with comfy high-back seats, and a 3-year warranty. For more information click on the Kawasaki Teryx website or the Kawasaki Teryx4 website. You can also click below for our latest review of the Kawasaki Teryx.
Brute Force 750 and Brute Force 300
Say hello to the Brute Force 750 which remains unchanged for the 2021 model year… except for updated colors and graphics. This includes its legendary 749cc v-twin engine, four-wheel independent suspension, and comfortable ride. The Brute Force 750 without EPS returns in Firecracker Red, while the Brute Force 750 EPS adds Fragment Camo Gray, Bright White, and returns with Super Black. For more information on the Brute Force click on the Kawasaki Website below. You can also click on our most recent review of the Brute Force 750.
Kawasaki Brute Force 750 Website- https://www.kawasaki.com/atv/brute-force/utility-recreation/brute-force-750-4x4i?cm_re=GLOBALNAV-_-PRODUCTGROUPLIST-_-MPP .
The unchanged Brute Force 300 returns in Super Black, and is now available in Bright White. Check the Kawasaki website for more information on the Brute Force 300.
Kawasaki Brute Force 300- https://www.kawasaki.com/products/2021-brute-force-300?cm_re=MPP-_-PRODUCTTRIMLIST-_-VEHICLEDETAILS
Mule PRO Models
The Mule PRO models are Kawasaki’s utility/rec side-by-sides that are designed to be comfortable “workers” and still have adventure/trail riding capabilities. The Mule PRO remains unchanged for the 2021 model for the most part. Yes, color changes, but largely unchanged. The diesel versions of the Mule PRO have been released but missing are the gasoline “FX” versions of the Mule PRO, which means Kawasaki will release those in the near future. The question on our minds about the FX Mule PRO models is…what is coming? Hopefully we will know on July 7th what additional Mule PRO changes and models will be on deck for 2021.
For more information on the Mule PRO family just click on the Kawasaki Website https://www.kawasaki.com/category/sidexside?cm_re=GLOBALNAV-_-SUBCATEGORYROW-_-VIEWALL