Kawasaki introduces the new 2008 Brute Force 750 4x4i
June 11, 2007
The head of the sportiest line of ATVs, the Brute Force 750 4x4i combines sport riding performance, utility capability and the fit and finish one would expect from a flagship model. But where this model differs from other flagship models is in its high emphasis on sport performance. Even with its independent rear suspension, the Brute Force does not simply do everything while the rider sits back and relaxes – control rests firmly in the hands of the rider. This “rider active” design approach is common to all Kawasaki ATVs. Rider input is rewarded with excellent handling and response.
The 2008 Brute Force 750 4x4i maintains its high level of sport riding performance, adding a new fuel injection system. It also receives increased riding comfort care of revised suspension settings and seat, as well as a number of other practical changes riders will appreciate.
Some of the key features include:
- Industry’s first V-Twin engine offers high peak torque and power, superb acceleration and extremely smooth power delivery.
- Sealed rear wet brake (unique Kawasaki technology) completely seals the internal components from water, mud, dust, etc, ensuring uncompromised rear braking performance
- Kawasaki’s unique Variable Front Differential Control allows the rider to finely control the amount of torque being transmitted to the front wheels.
With a host of new features and all the key features inherited from the highly acclaimed KVF650 and KVF700, the 2008 Brute Force 750 4x4i continues to offer the sport riding performance and ride comfort expected of a Kawasaki flagship.
Visit www.kawasaki.ca in the upcoming weeks for more information on this new and exciting model from Kawasaki.