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2009 Kawasaki Teryx 750 UTV Review Photo Gallery

Introduced a little over a year ago, the 2008 Kawasaki Teryx proved to be a good recreational side by side right out of the box. Improvements for 2009 made the newest Kawasaki Teryx better in almost every way. Read the full story in our 2009 Kawasaki Teryx 750 UTV Review.

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Shifting the Teryx from 2wd to 4wd (or back) is as simple as a flick of the rocker switch just to the right of the ignition.
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The Teryx is able to work as hard as it plays.
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The metal cargo bed is just over 11 inches deep and measures 44 inches wide and almost 33 inches long and is rated to carry 500 pounds.
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The tilt cargo bed measures just over 11 inches deep, 44 inches wide and almost 33 inches long and is rated to carry 500 pounds.
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Located in the center of the dash is a trick slide-out cupholder.
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Powering the Teryx is a slightly modified version of the 750cc 90-degree V-Twin found in the Teryx last year. This year Kawasaki added a digital fuel injection system.
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Rather than doors, the Teryx has a very clever footwell design and a built-in restraint for keeping your feet and legs inside the Teryx.
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The brakes are a pair of recessed twin caliper hydraulic discs up front and a modified version of Kawasaki’s muti-plate sealed wet brake system in the rear.
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On the center of the dash is a digital gauge that includes a digital speedometer, odometer, two trip odometers, a clock and a 4wd indicator.
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On the right side of the dash is a weatherproof storage compartment.
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Front and rear suspensions are dual a-arms with 7.5 inches of wheel travel. Up front are 5-way preload adjustable gas-charged shocks, and on the rear arms are gas-charged reservoir shocks with a screw-type pre-load adjustment.
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The Teryx is fitted with 25” maxis tires made specifically for the machine.
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On the center console over the engine is the shifter and the lever for the locking in the front differential. The shift pattern is simple and easy to use with neutral in the center, reverse to the rear, and high and low ranges forward.
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The underside of the Teryx is protected from possible damage with a complete set of plastic skid plates.
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