The year’s best new ATVs, Part 1: Quads

The year’s best new ATVs, Part 1: Quads

Trail blazers, part 1

Heading to camp, carting gear or hauling out a quartered moose? These 2016 bikes will git ’er done

KAWASAKI

Brute Force 750 4X4i EPS

Brute Force 750 4X4i EPS

Built tough to “tackle the wilderness,” the camo version of this big-bore machine blends into the surroundings with Realtree Xtra Green and blacked-out, six-spoke, cast aluminum wheels. The body is light and compact, while the double-cradle frame is made of reinforced, high-tensile tubular steel, making it easy to ride the toughest trails all day in comfort. And switching from two- to four-wheel drive is as easy as pressing a switch on the handlebars.

ENGINE: 749cc, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC

V-twin

TRANSMISSION: CVT

BRAKING: Hydraulic disc front, enclosed wet multi-plate rear

SUSPENSION: Double wishbone front, double A-arm rear

FUEL CAPACITY: 19 litres

RACK CAPACITY: 88 pounds front, 176 rear

LEARN MORE: (416) 445-7775; www.kawasaki.ca

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