Published on June 8th, 2020 | by Joe
2021 Kawasaki SXS Lineup First Look: VIDEO
Hey guys welcome back to UTVonDemand. It’s been awhile since we’ve had some industry news to share with you but thankfully Kawaski has broken that silence with their 2021 SXS lineup announcement. We’re still releasing our test and review videos so don’t miss the new CanAm Maverick Sport or the Defender Limited Test Review right here on UTVonDemand.
On June 1st 2020 Kawasaki released their 2021 SXS lineup including the Mule, the Mule Pro Series, and the Teryx lineup.
Kawasaki’s Mule lines consist of the tried and true MULE SX which is available in six configurations, starting with the standard SX two-wheel-drive model up to the fuel injected 4×4 XC LE model.
Power plants range from a 617cc gasoline powered V-twin engine to a 993cc 3-cyclinder diesel engine in the Mule Pro-DXT EPS FE. The MULE PRO-DXT EPS FE features Kawasaki’s Trans Cab™ system that quickly transforms the spacious six-person, two-row cab to a single row, three-passenger machine with a steel floor bed, capable of handling 1,000 pounds of cargo with a 2,000-pound towing capacity.
The Mule that suck out most to us was the Mule PRO-MX. With a 695cc 3-cyclinder fuel injected gasoline engine, the Pro-MX would be our choice for getting out for some fun after the work is done.
Kawasaki’s Mule lineups have variations for every need and price range, ranging from $6,799 for the 2wd Mule SX to 15,399 for the ultra-work-mule PRO-DXT EPS FE.
The Sport Utility Teryx and Teryx4 side x sides are a staple of Kawasaki Strength and beloved by enthusiasts for their comfort and reliability. 2021 Teryx’s feature aggressive styling, the versatile 783cc V-twin engine and Fox Podium 2.0 shocks. The Teryx and Teryx4 side x sides are ready to tackle any terrain.
Starting MSRP of the Teryx is $13,199 with the Teryx4 LE CAMO at $17,399
And Finally the Teryx KRX 1000 Sport SXS is back in Blue for 2021 and ready to take on any adventure in it’s path. Powered by a durable 999cc parallel twin engine paired with a CVT transmission and centrifugal clutch, the Teryx KRX 1000 has the power to tackle a whooped-out trail and the torque to conquer technical rock crawling sections. Obstacles on the trail are soaked up by FOX 2.5 Podium LSC shock units, which combined with long suspension arms give the Teryx KRX 1000 the longest suspension travel in its class.
It hasn’t been long since we put the 2020 KRX 1000 to the test and we found The KRX delivers strongly when it comes to handling, suspension, terrain-ability, comfort, and attention to detail. Comparably, we felt the KRX 1000 offers a lot of features, performance, and potential for its $20,499 price tag. Kawasaki has also put out a variety of impressive aftermarket packages to compliment your preferred riding style.
Learn more about the 2021 Kawasaki SXS lineup at kawasaki.com