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Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4

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do you get when you have desert mountainous terrain, ninety-degree and two Kawasaki Brute Force What you get is a whole lot of fun along the ability to experience what brings to the table in the ATV market. proves it doesn’t rest on its when it comes to improving its Force lineup year year, and in the year 2012 power and power steering the list of innovations that on the Brute Force 750i EPS.

Kawasaki was kind to invite ATVESCAPE.COM out to Southern for a day of fun in sun on two of its Brute Force ATVs its flagship Brute Force with EPS (electronic power Now this is the first time we been to the Kawasaki party reading and watching plenty of on the Kawasaki line especially the Force 750.

We were not in the least as we powered through the crawled over the boulders, and explored the Southern California on a Brute Force 750i EPS and its twin brother Brute 650i. Both of these gave us smiles on our faces as come with the “fun” included as you ride them.

We are going to step away our typical several page article, and hit the high points of the Force models. Though we put about 40 miles on them, of these models cemented in our minds as solidly built which are incredibly fun to ride. We focus mostly on the Brute 750i EPS model with thoughts about the Brute 650i as well.


The power of the V-Twin 750i is and that results in nothing but on the face of the rider. What is more amazing is the way the power is so sharply based upon the input. The CVT is mated perfectly to the no matter what style of you are doing. You can be crawling over at a slow pace or flying a logging road, and the power is so sharply from your to the ground.

When you want to break the back tires power through a curve, or the ATV jump forward causing you to with it, the big V-Twin will oblige your every When on an open stretch of a simple punch of the throttle us how much raw unadulterated power was underneath us ready to go. The 650i was no in the power department either.

The motor delivered gobs of as well, and delivered that at the riders every whim.  If it is you seek then the Kawasaki Force 750i and 650i in a big way.

The power steering on the Force 750i EPS is simply As soon as you turn the key and grab the the power steering jumps up and your attention. You give the Force throttle and as you begin to it feels as though the front end down the trail. The front end weightless as you ride, and you point in the you want to go and it just goes.

The EPS just slightly at higher but overall steering is equally at any speed. The really amazing is how the EPS unit takes out of the riding almost all of the jerking motion you get going over rocks and trail obstacles. We purposely to find big rocks in the trail to hit at speeds to see if we could get a jolt the handlebars, but had no luck in accomplishing

When going over terrain, we felt the bumps the back wheels hit them. Brute Force 750i EPS over the trail while firmly on the ground, offering a ride with no rider despite the terrain.


The CVT in both the Brute Force and 650i offered some of the and most perfectly balanced braking we have ever had on any ATV we ever ridden. The engine felt natural as we let off the throttle down the trail, and it was predictable only a mile or two. The braking would gently you decelerate as you moved in and out of turns, and you to crawl when descending

On steeper hills the engine kept you in complete control, and you to walk your way down almost no need for using the in high range. The engine on the Brute Force is excellent.

Other Items

Storage- is storage-a-plenty on the Brute Force750i. is the storage box in the front rack still allows a flat service, and two storage compartments on the of both front wheel

Seat Cushion- The seat is padded and very comfortable for and rough rides.

Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4

Gages- The center in the middle of the handlebars you know at a glance all the information you to know.

Four Wheel System- Kawasaki has a rocker that takes the Brute from two wheel drive to wheel drive. It then has a differential lock lever on the handlebar to engage the front two completely.

Summary- The Total

The Brute Force 750i EPS is “the total package”, offers everything an ATV rider for in a machine. All of the areas of these from the engine to the four drive system come on the Brute Force to offer the a very capable ATV to tackle you throw at it. For being a full utility ATV the Brute Force doesn’t feel like it.

The Brute Force is extremely and responsive for being “full Where you sit and with a narrow at the knees the Brute Force more like a sport The Brute Force stays in the corners and has a firm feel as you are down a trail.

We were impressed by the solid feel of Brute Force models, as both leave you with the they are well built. were no rattles or loose body panels on these Best of all the Brute Force is fun to ride, and it leaves you wanting to on again and again for more

  Shouldn’t an ATV offer the rider We think it should. A company can a powerful engine, outstanding steering, a comfortable suspension, and a and capable four wheel system, but at the end of the day it should be fun to ride.

brings all these great together in the Brute Force 4×4 EPS package with a fun factor to boot.

After a day of we are ecstatic to get a feel for the Kawasaki Force 750i and 650i Our eyes were opened to approach to ATVs, and what we is they build an ATV which a rider with everything a build ATV should along a fun factor thrown in for good The Brute Force 750i EPS model can hang with the of the big bore ATVs on the market, and it be considered when looking at class of ATV.

 No wonder there are so many Force fanatics out there. We see you on the trail.

Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4
Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4
Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4
Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4
Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4

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