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Kawasaki’s new 4x4i ATV flagship sets new standards of performance,
features Kawasaki’s first fully independent IRS.

Kawasaki Motor Corp.IRVINE, Calif. – Only a year after introducing the all-terrain vehicle (ATV) market to the Prairie® 700 4x4 with its powerful V-twin engine, Kawasaki is unveiling yet another all-new four-wheel drive ATV that sets new standards of performance and comfort for the sport utility class.

The 2005 Kawasaki BRUTE FORCE 750 4x4i sport utility ATV is powered by the industry’s largest and most powerful engine, a liquid-cooled 749cc V-Twin fitted with SOHC 4-valve heads and plated alloy cylinders. Based on the award-winning Prairie 700 4x4, the BRUTE FORCE 750 4x4i offers riders the highest peak torque and highest peak power in its class, as well as superior acceleration.

One of the most notable features of the new BRUTE FORCE 750 4x4i is the new independent rear suspension. Combined with all-new double A-arm front suspension, the fully independent double wishbone rear suspension offers superior ride quality and enhanced ground-following ability in low and medium speed ranges, while providing ample sport riding performance.

Other features include an easy-to-operate, smooth-shifting, CVT automatic transmission with “selectable” four-wheel drive; Kawasaki’s exclusive Variable Front Differential Control; a sturdy double-cradle chassis; dual-piston front disc brakes; and Kawasaki’s sealed, oil-bathed, multi-disc rear brake system.

The exterior design of the BRUTE FORCE 750 4x4i is just as impressive, with a tough-looking silhouette that gives this new Kawasaki flagship a stronger, taller image than the competition. However, even with its incredible horsepower and sturdy chassis, the BRUTE FORCE weighs only 604 pounds – just two pounds more than the Prairie 700 4x4.

Designed to be the new king of sport utility ATVs, no model from any other brand offers such impressive performance. Its long list of features includes:

  • The industry’s first 4-bulb headlight
  • Storage compartments in the left and right front fenders
  • Oval storage compartment located opposite the muffler
  • 5.4 gallon fuel tank – the largest in its class
  • Front and rear cargo racks with a total weight capacity of 264 pounds
  • 12-volt accessory outlets at the front and rear fenders
  • Space to fit a winch inside the front guard
  • Trailer hitch bracket
  • Available in four colors – Desert Yellow, Hunter Green, Aztec Red and REALTREE® HARDWOODS GREEN® HD™ camouflage.

Kawasaki executives will provide more information about the 2005 BRUTE FORCE 750 4x4i at the U.S. media introduction scheduled for summer 2004.

Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A., (KMC) markets and sells at wholesale Kawasaki motorcycles, ATVs, personal watercraft, utility vehicles, power products and general purpose engines. These product lines are sold through a network of more than 1,500 independent retailers. KMC and its affiliates employ nearly 2,400 people in the United States, with approximately 400 of them located at the Irvine, California headquarters. Kawasaki’s tagline, “Let the good times roll™”, is recognized worldwide and the brand is aggressively carrying its heritage of power, performance, leading-edge design and exhilaration into the 21st century. Information about Kawasaki’s complete line of recreational products and Kawasaki affiliates can be found on the Internet at

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