Nov 30, 2022
Some people regard off-roading as a hobby, while others view it as a means to an end. But here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad, we know that off-roading is a lifestyle; and regardless of whether you’ve got a Kawasaki Mule 4010 or the Kawasaki Teryx KRX, the advantages of owning a side-by-side are myriad and life changing. There are riders out there who pick up new or used Kawasaki UTVs and use them as they were made from the factory. But an overwhelming majority of riders with specific needs, wants, and desires choose to modify their machines in one way or another. Whichever camp you personally fall into, the folks at Everything Kawasaki Offroad are here to help. Even bone-stock Teryx and Mule UTVs require periodic maintenance, giving those who are accessory averse a reason to visit Everything Kawasaki Offroad. And if you’re not after lift kits, tire upgrades, or aftermarket cab enclosures, you still might come clicking when things get damaged and replacement parts are needed. Be it accessories like gun boots, cases, and mounts for hunting, or things like coolers and tool kits for both work and leisure, embrace the off-road way of life and equip yourself with whatever parts, accessories, or supplies you require from Everything Kawasaki Offroad!
Despite supply-chain issues and difficulties with overseas logistics, Kawasaki has remained consistent in their dedication to offroading with their all-new 2023 UTV lineup. Some changes that Kawasaki made to their 2023 lineup were small, and many things remind the same – after all, why reinvent the wheel. But aside from bigger front tires on the 2023 Mule Pro-MX and a few color changes to other Mule editions, the biggest news that came from Kawasaki’s 2023 side-by-side press release is the drop of an entirely new vehicle edition: the 2023 Kawasaki Teryx KRX 4 1000 eS / KRX 4 1000 eS Special Edition / KRX 4 1000 SE. The next-level suspension of these new 4-seater KRX machines is computer controlled, which not only allows for a smoother and more comfortable ride, but also greater competence and improved performance when charging head-first down a challenging trail! Experience excellence in action and turn up the adventure with a 2023 Kawasaki UTV!
When it comes to utilizing the latest and greatest technologies like 3D printing and additive manufacturing, few off-road companies push the vanguard the way Kawasaki does. And this bleeds through with regards to the firm’s 2022 Kawasaki UTV lineup. Vehicles like the 2022 Kawasaki Mule benefit greatly from decades and decades of R&D, and the same engineering efforts have gone into the 2022 Kawasaki Teryx and KRX. Be it the all-new 2022 Kawasaki Mule Platinum Ranch Edition or the 2022 Kawasaki Teryx4 S LE, expect nothing but Japanese quality whenever you ride, work, or play in a Kawasaki side-by-side! As always, we’re here to provide riders with all the aftermarket Kawasaki Teryx and Mulevparts & accessories that aren’t included in any of the stock 2022 Kawasaki vehicles.
Whether you’re still breaking in your 2021 Kawasaki Teryx, or have just finished the 20-hour service on your 2021 Kawasaki Mule, it’s never too early to start thinking about accessorizing your machine. Aside from some different stickers and new color schemes, the 2021 lineup of Kawasaki side-by-sides will be almost identical to their 2020 counterparts. Due to the turbulent and trying times of 2020, Kawasaki isn’t putting anything crazy out for 2021, reserving new features and vehicle releases for 2022. But no matter what Kawasaki UTV model or edition you get, windshields and winches are must-have accessories. And if you like taking your rig into the deep end, fuel vent mods and complete snorkel kits are great insurance measures to prevent the internals from getting swamped and waterlogged. For those who ride at night or during dimly-lit hours of the day, aftermarket LED lighting accessories are undoubtedly beneficial. And regardless if you ride for work or for pleasure, aftermarket audio accessories for the 2021 Kawasaki Mule and Teryx will surely increase the entertainment factor of your rig. As the unpredictability of the new year unfolds, you can rest assured that we here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad will continue to plow ahead no matter what crazy turns 2021 may take!
With 2020 in the rearview mirror, there has never been a better time to find great deals on the 2020 Kawasaki Mule and 2020 Kawasaki Teryx. Despite the events of 2020, Kawasaki has been able to fix all the steering recalls issued on the 2020 Kawasaki Mule. And although bad speed sensors and parking brake sensors do pop up every now and then, as a whole, the 2020 Kawasaki side-by-side lineup is about as bulletproof as you can get. If you go through a dealer, you’ll likely be hit with a $790 destination charge — a fee which is slightly offset by the $500 rebate that Kawasaki is currently offering on their 2020 UTVs. And if your dealer is good, they might just install a winch, fuse block, windshield, or other accessories without charging you for labor.
For those with a large family to lug around, the 2020 Kawasaki Mule FXT will provide ample space. But if you don’t want to spend that much, the 2020 Pro MX Mule is equally hard working but for a substantially lower initial investment. On the sport side of things, the 2020 Kawasaki Teryx and Teryx KRX are often modified with sound systems like those by Noam, wide fenders to block mud, and larger tires for more aggression on the track and trail. Without a windshield, goggles or glasses are essential when riding fast. But with a full front windshield, a sport roof, and side windows, you’ll be safe and secure in the cabin no matter what comes your way. So get more out of your 2020 Kawasaki UTV and find everything you need in terms of parts, accessories, and information at Everything Kawasaki Offroad!