Kawasaki ATVs have been kicking up dirt since the KLT200 three wheeler was introduced back in 1981 and things haven’t slowed down ever since.

It was just a few years later in 1985 that Kawasaki’s first four-wheeled ATV arrived – the Bayou 185. Though it underwent some significant changes over the years (including adding four-wheel drive in 1989), but the Bayou was among the available Kawasaki ATVs up until fairly recently.

Over the years Kawasaki expanded and improved its ATV lineup. In 1987, the Kawasaki Prairie 400 4×4 became the first adult-sized fully automatic ATV and in 2002 the Prairie 650 became the industry’s first ATV powered by a V-Twin engine.

Today, all Kawasaki ATVs carry the Brute Force moniker, which was first introduced in 2005.

Of course, Kawasaki four-wheelers aren’t restricted to ATVs. The first Kawasaki Mule Utility UTV made its first appearance in the 1988 model year with the Mule 1000. As well, the Sport-Utility Teryx family hit the market 20 years later with the 2008 Teryx 750 4×4.

The most recent addition to the family of Kawasaki ATVs and UTVs is the Teryx KRX 1000 Sport UTV, which was unveiled as part of the 2020 model year.

Below, we will take a look at everything currently available in Kawasaki’s 2020 ATV and UTV lineup.

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