The list of updates for the 2014 Teryx is long, but the highlights are a more powerful engine, larger chassis, upgraded shock package and redesigned cockpit that is larger and more comfortable.
Kawasaki squeezed more power out of its beloved V-Twin engine thanks to a displacement bump from 749cc to 783cc. This results in a claimed 26% power increase and 12% more torque. We’re not sure how an extra 34cc produces that kind of power boost, but Kawasaki credits optimized camshaft profiles and revised exhaust headers. Even with the additional power, Kawasaki boasts the 2014 Teryx delivers better fuel efficiency than the 2013 model.