Kawasaki Brute Force 750: Best Buy of the Week
Each week our editors scour the ATV.com classifieds to look for an interesting ATV or UTV to highlight for our readers. This week we found a 2012 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 with power steering, which you can see right here. The seller is a dealership based out of Seminole, Fla. and is asking for $5,500 for the Utility ATV. One thing to consider is the seller does not list the mileage on the ATV, so we’d suggest asking about that right away.
Here is how the seller describes the ATV:
2012 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4 x 4i, power steering, winch, deluxe model with extra factory bumper guards, Must See, Excellent Condition.
At the heart of this ATV is a 749cc V-Twin engine that produces a claimed 50 horsepower. The dual A-arm front and rear suspension controls 6.7 inches of travel up front and 7.5 inches out back.
This single-seat ATV is 86 inches long and offers up a wheelbase of 50.6 inches. Width is a listed at 46.5 inches and ground clearance is 9.4 inches.
Users can haul up to carry more than 250 pounds on the front and rear racks, while the Kawasaki Brute Force 750 can tow up to 1,250 pounds.
The 2012 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 with power steering retailed for $9,999.
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ATV.com can not verify the condition of the machine that is for sale. We recommend that buyers look over an ATV or UTV in person and take it for a test ride before completing a purchase.
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