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Kawasaki's new Brute Force 300
Brute Force 300
Good things do come in small packages. Click through the slide show to learn about Kawasaki’s latest all-terrain vehicle – the Brute Force 300. Find out what features make this smaller machine worthy to bear the Bruce Force name.
At the heart of this machine is an advanced, liquid-cooled 271cc SOHC, four-stroke engine, which is designed to kick out plenty of low- and mid-range power.
The only one in its class with this feature the rear wheels pull their power through a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) with centrifugal clutch.
Thanks to the suspension system, this machine offers a comfortable yet controlled ride no matter what the conditions.
The triple disc brakes are hydraulically activated. Each front wheel is outfitted with a disc while a third is fitted to the drive shaft.
The mechanical parking brake makes locking your machine a snap with the flip of a lever.
This machine can tow up to 500 lbs. with space to spare behind the front grill for a Warn winch. A mounting bracket is already in place to make adding this feature easy.
12v DC socket
A handy 12V DC socket is included to keep your smart phone and other gadgets powered up.
Digital instrument panel
The digital instrument panel is easy to read and lets you know the status of your machine at all times.
The front cargo rack can handle up to 44 lbs. while the rear cargo rack can take up to 66 lbs.
The front storage area is water resistant and can hold up to 4 half-liter bottles.
And speaking of storage, the drink holder allows you to have a beverage within reach.
If you have a lot of ground to cover, you’ll appreciate the super-thick cushioning of the seat.
This multi-purpose machine is a handy tool to have, especially if you equip it with attachments.
This machine isn’t just for work. It’s a great machine to go tooling around the trails – or a mud puddle – and handles corners and hills with ease.
At the end of the day, whether it’s for work or play, this machine is a brute no matter the conditions. And priced at $4,199, it also has an appealing price tag. To learn more, visit www.kawasaki.com.
Good things do come in small packages. Click through the slide show to learn about Kawasaki’s latest all-terrain vehicle – the Brute Force 300.