Kawasaki Reveals the 2014 Brute Force 750 4x4i Line-Up [Photo Gallery]
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The power unit of the 2014 model is a 749cc 90-degree v-twin, SOHC and 4-valves per cylinder, with a 9.3:1 compression and dual fuel injection with two Mikuni 36mm throttle bodies.
The transmission uses a continuously variable belt, high and low range, revers and the acclaimed, ultra-handy engine brake control. The final drive is all-shaft and the 2014 Brute Force 750 4x4i's all have selectable 4WD and a variable front differential.
The EPS version adds the convenience of the variable steering assistance: as the bars start turning the sensors pick up the movement and regulate the level of power steering according to the speed of the ATV. The lower the speed, the greater the assistance, while at high speed, the assistance is kept to a minimum, enhancing the predictable handling and reducing the kickback.
The third 2014 Brute Force 750 4x4i is the EPS Camo version, with a Realtree APG HD photo-realistic graphic scheme dedicated to hunters, park rangers, fishers wildlife workers and by all means, to airsoft and paintball fans.
The base model 2014 Brute Force 750 4x4i starts at $9,299 (€7,000), the EPS version at $9,999 (€7,530), while the EPS Camo is $10,599 (€7,980).
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