You would think that they would try to compete with Can-Am2021. Uhhh-----quite the radical change there Kawasaki. WTF!?! Same------------everything. Do these manufacturers not understand that in order for a person to upgrade, there needs to be something to reel us in to upgrade to. Very disappointing. You wanna reel me in to get a new one? Offer one with the original Brute front plastics and an 850. That would probably work!!
Id get the white one over the black. I think the white really pops. But it wouldnt stay nice for long where we ride because it would get scratched to hell and the coal mud stains very easily. I only got the camo so it hides scratches and it has a matte finish to it.Well I just forgot to add the EPS to the search.
Black or white. That would be a really tough decision but it would probably be the white one.
Wish they still had the polished wheels on the white one rather than the black wheels.
Like good friend always told me, "you'll get use to it". Sometimes he was right.
I heard that kymco makes them also I wouldnt mind having a brute 300 to rip around the house on but the price is a little high for what they are askingI don't think they want to compete with anyone.
They don't even make the BF 300. I think Kimco or some other Chinese company does.
I keep my old Prairie going for just that reason. Nobody makes a big bore vtwin quad in the 600 pound class with a low center of gravity and a 34" seat height anymore. Everything (but the Brute) is half a ton and 36 to 38" seats if it has a fun engine. Most companies aren't even doing small frames for their smaller engine models anymore. They just make one big frame for everything. You have 450's 500's that weigh more and are bigger all around than the Kawasaki P650/700.No kidding. Reel me in with some gimmicks and I'll bite. Otherwise, I'll keep riding what I have or buy a competitors bike that has all the gimmicks! They are seriously dropping the ball.
I've seen the digital camo beforeDoes this not show up on the Kawie site for all of you?
The 2021 Kawasaki Brute Force® 750 4x4i EPS ATV features speed-sensitive electric power steering and is powered by a fuel-injected 749cc V-twin engine that delivers maximum power for outdoor adventures.The 2021 Kawasaki Brute Force® 750 4x4i EPS ATV features speed-sensitive electric power...m.kawasaki.com
A grand more for half the machine.😁You can get a fully equipped Sportsman 850 for like $1k more.