The base model is $12,999, the camo Teryx costs
$14,299, and the Teryx LE goes for $14,999.
HOW DIFFERENT ARE THE THREE MODELS?
Colors and accessories are the only differences, which
means you get all the really important good stuff—the big
motor, power steering, and the Fox Podium suspension
even on the base model. Vibrant Blue is the only color choice
for the base Teryx. The camo model and the LE have their
own appeal because of special looks and equipment.
The Teryx camo comes with Realtree APG HD bodywork, a
roof, LED headlights and 26-inch Maxxis Bighorns on 12-inch
black steel wheels.
Top-of-the-line Teryx LEs have Candy Lime Green or
Candy Burnt Orange painted bodywork with color-matched
A-arms, shock springs, three-tone seats, 26-inch Maxxis
Bighorn tires on cast-aluminum wheels, LED headlights, and
a roof and front brush guard. q
Kawasaki ditched the nets and added the high-quality doors from the Teryx4
to the T2. They’re sturdy, open and close easily, and don’t rattle. The big tilting bed gives the Teryx serious work potential.