Kawasaki improves Teryx4’s engine, suspension for 2014

Publish Date: 
Jul 8, 2013

IRVINE, Calif. - For the 2014 model year, Kawasaki has upgraded both the engine and suspension of the Teryx4 side-by-side. The company is also offering a limited-edition model (pictured) with extra style and comfort features.

The base model retails for $15,999; the camo version for $16,299; and the Teryx4 LE for $16,999.

Kawasaki began promoting the 2014 Teryx4 on its consumer website today, along with upgraded 2014 KX85 and KX100 dirtbikes.

According to Kawasaki, the Teryx4’s larger 783cc digital-fuel-injected 90-degree V-twin offers 10 percent more torque over a broad spread of the rev band, plus 8 percent more power, especially in the low- and midrange. Fuel economy also is improved.

High-performance gas-charged Fox Podium shocks on all four corners feature remote resevoirs and adjustable spring preload and compression damping. Front wheel travel is 8.0 inches. Rear wheel travel is 8.3 inches. Piggyback reservoirs on all four shocks help reduce oil frothing under hard conditions.

Posted by Arlo Redwine. Image courtesy Kawasaki