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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.

  • Engine

    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.

  • CVT

    The only one in its class with this feature the rear wheels pull their power through a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) with centrifugal clutch.

  • Suspension

    Thanks to the suspension system, this machine offers a comfortable yet controlled ride no matter what the conditions.

  • Disc brakes

    The triple disc brakes are hydraulically activated. Each front wheel is outfitted with a disc while a third is fitted to the drive shaft.

  • Parking brakes

    The mechanical parking brake makes locking your machine a snap with the flip of a lever.

  • Towing

    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.

  • Cargo rack

    The front cargo rack can handle up to 44 lbs. while the rear cargo rack can take up to 66 lbs.

  • Front storage

    The front storage area is water resistant and can hold up to 4 half-liter bottles.

  • Drink holder

    And speaking of storage, the drink holder allows you to have a beverage within reach.

  • Super-thick cushioning

    If you have a lot of ground to cover, you’ll appreciate the super-thick cushioning of the seat.

  • Attachments

    This multi-purpose machine is a handy tool to have, especially if you equip it with attachments.

  • Trails

    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.

  • $4,199

    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.

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