2017 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS Review

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2017 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS ReviewATV ready for anything and powered by a fuel-injected 749cc V-twin engine, Kawasaki Brute Force 750 EPS 4x4i EPS features two- and four-wheel drive mode, the driver can choose at the touch of a button on the handlebars. They also benefit from front Variable Differential Control for front limited-slip differential, to allow the rider to choose the amount of traction to get the job done.

New for 2017 for Brute Force 750 EPS is the inclusion of firecrackers 4x4i Red and Metallic Materials Greystone flat color options besides Super Black. 2017 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS Camo continue to be offered in the Green Xtra Realtree camouflage for outdoorsmen and hunters are enjoying their time in the woods.

2017 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS Review
2017 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS

2017 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS – Engine

The Brute Force put a lot torqu, The Kawasaki holds, 749cc, four-stroke, liquid-cooled V-twin engine fuel injection and has a single overhead camshaft for each cylinder. Engine is paired to a CVT automatic transmission that has Braking System Engineering and driveshafts utilize powers only the rear or all four wheels.

smooth power delivery to the rider achieved using Kawasaki Automatic Power-Drive system (KAPS) for Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) to make sure there is enough power and the right amount of torque to the task at hand. Both models feature Electric Power Steering (EPS), making it easy to maneuver off-road and allows the rider to stay in the saddle again by reducing fatigue.

4 × 4 system has the capability-locking front differential via a lever on the handlebars that you have to pull and hold to utilize. While the system standard four-wheel-drive is very capable, it can be exhausting at hand you should hold the lever to use diff-lock function. On the other hand, the harder you lock the front differential, the engine is more reluctant to change. We found we could use the diff-lock as steering stabilizer on the rocks. Two and four-wheel drive can easily be switched on and off with a button on the handlebars.

Equipped with powerful disc brakes front and double wishbone independent suspension with 6.7 inches of wheel travel, as well as sealed rear brake system, Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS  ATV is suitable for the road.

The Brute Force ATV capable of completing various tasks spacious with features such as durable cargo rack with integrated tie-down loop. Attractive six-spoke cast aluminum wheels add to the appearance rugged Brute Force.

2017 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS – Handling

It’s big-bore ATV is equipped with independent front and rear suspension. Coil-over shocks control the action in the four corners of Kawasaki with the help of dual-suspension A-arm. The front suspension has 6.7 inches of wheel travel, while the rear has a 7.5 inches of travel. Surprisingly, despite the short trip, shocks to the Kawasaki smooth and absorb a lot of terrain and 4×4 wheel-travel with numbers higher.

Brute Force models we tested is a version of EPS. EPS make efforts play Kawasaki. When the 4 × 4 system is involved, it does not preclude the spinning machine, and the only time it may feel stiff is when the front differential lock engaged.

Hydraulic front disc brakes help slow Brute Force. the back has a system ,, sealed multi-disc oil bath operated by foot lever. Right lever controls the front brake only, while the lever on the left side of the handlebars control the front and rear brakes at the same time. The brakes feel a little tame for our taste, and we would welcome more braking power, but they will slow down big Brute well.

2017 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS Review
2017 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS

Big 4 × 4 quads tend to be cumbersome and slow to react when it comes to handling. However, Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS not quite fall into that category. Turning on the machine is easy, even in a 4 × 4 mode. Comfortable riding position while sitting or standing, even for taller riders. Chairs provide plenty of pillows and easy to move around during cornering. One factor that we did not enjoy was that Kawasaki was the width between your knees.

The suspension on this machine is luxurious and preload adjustable on all four corners. our test riders were surprised at how smooth the Kawasaki is in rough terrain; However, it is not intended to address the fast whoop sections and does well with jumping. In the off-camber, Brute feels a little shimmy and have body roll like most big 4x4s we test.

Output power is strong on Kawasaki and is the most noticeable feature. We never felt the need to have more get-up-and-go, but in slow moving and rock-crawling electric field can be a bit too torquey.

EBS works extremely well on the 750. We were able to switch the engine into low gear and crawl down a couple of times down without using the brake. In high gear Brute EBS help slow down when you release the throttle and keep you in control. On occasion, when the braking system kicks, can cause the rear tires to slow down too fast and want to slide.

2017 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS – Price

Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS has been known in the Dirt Wheels pages as strong and capable 4 × 4, and 2016 is no different models. A torquey, V-twin engine that is powerful; good handling; and a comfortable ride is part of the repertoire of this Kawasaki. For this test we chose a model $ 9999 Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS and 2017 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS on the base model at $ 8,999 for the test and thoroughly enjoyable trail.