Kawasaki Featured ATV and UTV Products: June
Kawasaki is well aware that ATV and UTV owners often spend quite a bit of money on accessories. Wanting to keep those dollars in house and out of the aftermarket, Kawasaki offers a selection of accessories designed to fit its machines.
This month, Kawasaki is featuring some products for its Brute Force, Teryx and Mule lines.
Brute Force 750 Full Coverage Brush Guard
According to Kawasaki, it’s Full Coverage Brush Guard offers maximum protection for the front bumper and headlight area. Retailing for $269.95, this Brush Guard is made of tubular steel and features textured black powdercoating.
Teryx4 Brush Guard
It isn’t just ATVs that need front end protection, so Kawasaki is also featuring a Brush Guard for the Teryx4 Side-by-Side. Constructed of 1.5” steel tubing, the Teryx4 Brush Guard ($149.95) features textured black powdercoating to match the stock bumper and built-in mounting brackets for optional lighting.
Teryx4 HID Lighting Kit
Speaking of optional lighting, Kawasaki’s HID Lighting Kit fits nicely into the Teryx4 Brush Guard. This kit is CNC machined from solid billet and features double vibration isolated housing for maximum durability. Each kit contains two lights and a simple plug & play wiring harness; no cutting or splicing is required and all wire lengths are designed specifically for the Teryx4. The Teryx4 HID Lighting Kit ($399.95) features black anodized finish light housings with self contained, built-in ballast, 36-degree light pattern, and intense 30-watt bulbs (1850 lumens each).
Mule Flip-Up Windshield
No other machine in the Kawasaki off-road lineup works as hard as a Mule – rain or shine. To help keep the weather away from the driver, Kawasaki offers a Flip-Up Windshield. Available for the Mule 4000/4010 4×4/4010 4×4 Diesel ($689.95) and Mule 4010 Trans4x4/4010 Trans4x4 Diesel ($699.95), this windshield is a seamless one-piece design. It allows for full opening of the storage compartment and features a three-dimensional domed shape. As well, the Flip-Up Windshield has two-position latching (fully closed and vented), works with hard or soft tops, and operates using assistance from gas springs.
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