Kawasaki is proud to announce the arrival of its Teryx KRX®4 1000 sport side-by-side lineup for 2023. The all-new four-seater opens the doors for families to enjoy outdoor adventures in class- leading comfort and brings the high-performance and dependability needed to dominate any adventure.
The all-new four-seater is built off of the platform of the highly dependable Teryx KRX® 1000 side by side with a 999cc parallel-twin engine that is paired with a CVT transmission and built on a highly-rigid frame with an integrated Roll Over Protection Structure (ROPS). Kawasaki engineers placed great emphasis on carefully designing a roomy rear passenger space that is large enough to comfortably accommodate full-sized adults. Thanks to its rugged performance, advanced technology and superb comfort, the Teryx KRX4 1000 is ready to take you and your family or friends on an adventure for the memory books.The Teryx KRX4 1000 can be found in three different trim packages; the Teryx KRX®4 1000 SE that comes equipped with a KQRTM Sport Roof, WARN® VRX450 powersport winch, FOX 2.5 Podium LSC shocks, and multi-function all-digital instrumentation; Teryx KRX®4 1000 eS, which features FOX 2.5 Live Valve Internal Bypass shocks; and the Teryx KRX®4 1000 eS Special Edition that includes a KQRTM Sport Roof, WARN® VRX45 powersport winch, and high-grade Hifonics® audio system.
The Teryx KRX4 1000 sport side x side’s compact 999cc, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke parallel twin engine with a bore and stroke that is set at 92.0mm x 75.1mm delivers both high-rpm power and robust low-end torque to accommodate a wide range of situations, from trail running to technical sections.
Dual snorkel air intakes (one for the engine; one for the CVT) are recessed behind the driver and passenger doors and help reduce dust in the intakes. Pre-filters at the intake entrances help reduce dust and debris reaching the Donaldson air filter located downstream in the engine intake to offer superb dust collection performance.
A large, 20-liter intake chamber helps ensure undisturbed airflow into each of the two intake funnels, enabling a flat torque character to be achieved. The long, race-style intake funnels contribute to the robust low-end torque. The shape and length of the two funnels are different, which helps to achieve a smooth torque feeling. The carefully designed downdraft-style intake layout contributes to improved response, and overall engine height is minimized for a more compact engine.