Kawasaki’s Teryx4 has the second-shortest wheelbase ( 85. 6 inches) of any four-seat UTV (except the Pioneer 1000-5), and it’s almost 10 inches shorter than the Wildcat 1000X two-seater.
This gives the Teryx4 the second-best turning radius in its class,
making it an off-road limousine—but not a stretch limo. It’s perfect for
tight trails and switchbacks. To increase comfort even more, Kawasaki
pumps up the 2016 Teryx4 LE with night-ride-enhancing LED lights,
new styling with greater durability, revised shock settings and first-class cabin upgrades. We got a chance to check out the new Teryx4
LE on the Hatfield-McCoy trails where it’s totally in its element.