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2014 Kawasaki Teryx4 First Ride Photo Gallery

MotoUSA hit the Paiute Trail in Utah for a first ride in the 2014 Kawasaki Teryx4. Read the full review in the 2014 Kawasaki Teryx4 LE First Ride.

The FOX Podium shocks performed impressively well in a variety of terrains.
The already hearty V-Twin engine now boasts even more power, and it's readily felt in the powerful low-end.
Wheelspin is easy to achieve when gassed hard from a standstill, but for those that aren't on-off throttle drivers, the pedal is modulated and the power is put to the ground without a hitch.
There was never an instance where I said, "man I wish the Teryx had this, or that..."
Since the power steering is on point whether you have it in 2- or 4-wheel drive, we ended up driving with 4-wheel drive engaged almost all the time. The only instances we didn’t engage 4-wheel drive was when we wanted to hang the back end out on fast, mountain fire roads.
The power the 2014 Kawasaki Teryx4 puts to the ground was exceptional, even if we were at over 6ooo feet elevation the entire time.
Pushing the Teryx4 LE through tight, tree-lined corners in 2-wheel drive revealed a push from the front end, but it was quickly alleviated with throttle input and a slight modulation of the steering wheel.
The doors were super handy and deflected all of the debris whether it was mud, trees or silt.
The machine itself comes with front and rear swaybars to aid in body control, and we can confidently say that they do their job. Body roll is kept to a minimum even with passengers and gear aboard the vehicle.
Casey also tested a full suit of KLIM gear during the 2014 Teryx4 First Ride.