• 2009 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI with Kawasaki Accessories
  • The Teryx is 4" wider than a Rhino.
  • • NEW With 20% improved fuel economy, the new 2014 Teryx goes farther than ever on one tank of gas
  • We spent two hard-charging days in our Teryx and we couldn’t get the brakes to fade, not once.

16.5" Extra Wide Panoramic Rear View Mirror Fits Kawasaki Teryx UTV

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Just this morning Kawasaki released its 2016 model year offerings to the public. While no changes to the ATV lineup have been announced they did bring changes to the Mule and Teryx lineup. Here is a look at the new 2016 Kawasaki Teryx.

The Teryx and Teryx4 does retain the same 783cc V-Twin power plant with engine braking, tilt bed, standard Electronic Power Steering (EPS) on all models, standard hard top on LE and Camo models and Kawasaki’s three year limited factory warranty.


• NEW Vibrant Blue color has the Teryx looking as well as it performs

The Teryx side x side’s attractive styling matches its powerful image. It starts with an aggressive looking hood that opens for ease of maintenance up-front. The headlamp and fender designs give the Teryx a no-nonsense look that says “sporty” and “functional” at the same time. Accessing the front suspension, coolant reservoir, air filter and electrical equipment is easy, thanks to an easy-open front hood, which is part of a tough, sporty looking body package.

Unlike many of its competitors, the Teryx features factory-designed secure latching doors that are easy to use, look good and offer a high level of mud protection. Scratch-resistant Vibrant Blue bodywork and textured paint on the sturdy front guard and ROPS cage, help keep the Teryx looking sharp for a good long time.