2003 Kawasaki Bayou 250 and the Prairie 360 ATVConnection.com

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Kawasaki Bayou 250

2003 Kawasaki Bayou 250 and the 360

IRVINE, Calif. – Following the of the industry-leading Prairie® 650 all-terrain (ATV), Kawasaki Motors U.S.A. has unveiled another new ATV promises to keep the company in the lead.

The new Prairie 360 utilizes of the same technology found on the 650, but is targeted toward ATV buyers with an engine of 362cc.

“Mid-class sport ATVs continue to evolve as do many uses,” said Iorio, marketing manager, Motors Corp. U.S.A. Prairie 360 gives the discriminating ATV the best of a 300cc ATV, as being light weight and with the higher torque of a ATV. Kawasaki has even several steps farther by the most advanced features of the Prairie 650. The result is an ATV unmatched comfort, reliability and

The Prairie 360 is powered by an air-cooled, single-cylinder four-… engine. The new produces more torque Kawasaki’s venerable Prairie yet the overall powerplant weighs than its smaller sibling.

from the Prairie 650 has trickled to the transmission and running gear of the new 360 in that it utilizes the Kawasaki Power-Drive System (KAPS) and the Kawasaki Engine Brake (KEBC™). KEBC uses compression to help slow the ATV in maneuvers such as crawling rocks or descending steep The gear selector, which Hi-Lo and reverse modes, has been borrowed from the 650 and is conveniently located adjacent to the fuel tank.

Complimenting the automatic transmission is shaft-driven four-wheel drive. At the of a button, the Prairie 360 rider can two-wheel drive for less terrain, or select four-wheel when traction at all four is needed. Like all Kawasaki ATVs, the Prairie 360 features a front differential, so steering is and more precise.

It also includes Kawasaki’s Variable Front Differential another technology that has down from the Prairie By pulling a lever on the left the rider can “lock” both wheels for maximum traction. riders feel that front wheel traction is no needed, they simply the lever.

The system is both and effective.

Kawasaki Bayou 250
Kawasaki Bayou 250

Stopping power for the 360 is provided by dual hydraulic front disc brakes and are by a sealed, oil-bathed multi-disc on the rear-another Kawasaki exclusive. As an part of the aluminum swingarm and drive, the sealed braking provides superior stopping yet requires minimal maintenance it is protected from water, dust and debris.

The chassis of this new model enhances Kawasaki’s reputation for smooth-riding and light-steering ATVs. suspension duties are handled by yet sturdy MacPherson struts 6.7 inches of travel, while a single-shock aluminum swingarm 7 inches of travel is mounted at the

The Prairie 360 bodywork has familiar styling, yet it projects a uniquely image. A large saddle, floor boards with footpegs, and steel cargo that can carry a combined of 242 pounds give the Prairie 360 the comfort and convenience needed for trail rides or work in the Powerful dual halogen brighten the pathway and a hitch is standard.

To enhance ride quality, the 360 rides on 12-inch wheels at all corners.

Available in Red or Hunter the Prairie 360 is scheduled for production in of 2002. Iorio said the will be highly competitive current 300cc and 400cc utility ATVs.

Kawasaki Bayou 250
Kawasaki Bayou 250
Kawasaki Bayou 250
Kawasaki Bayou 250
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