The new, two-piece dash has texture for a carbon fiber look, and the
removable center bezel and cubby holes are designed to accept the $600
accessory Jensen AM/FM/Bluetooth audio system with 60-watt speakers
and USB/auxiliary ports. Blanks for future accessories are new too.
Tilt steering highlights an all-new dash, and separate high/low/off
toggles for the new LED quad headlights (Camo/LE only) give the
Teryx better night-riding speeds.
Kawasaki upgrades the styling, lighting,
suspension and cabin comforts of the
2016 Teryx 800FI EPS and Teryx4,
making both more capable mounts for
backcountry exploration, hunting and
fishing. A new larger-diameter front
bumper and frame cross-member
protect the four new LED headlights.
Remove the new
hood panel to
get to the foam
filter, fuse box and
The battery is
placed high in the
chassis for mass
as well. Limited
paint, while Camo
models get a water-dipped Realtree
Xtra Green wrap.
16.7-foot turning radius—and a front
torsion bar fights body roll in turns.
WHAT ABOUT THE SUSPENSION?
It’s much improved. All-new valving
gives the Fox Podium X 2.0 shocks
a smoother ride on rocks and better
bottoming resistance on water bars
and other G-outs. While the Teryx has
8 inches of front and 8. 3 inches of rear
travel, competing Arctic Cat, Can-Am
and Polaris models all have 10 inches.
This means slower speeds on rough