2022 Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000 Photos

Shots of the KRX at Windrock Park.

The 2021 Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000 won our editor’s choice award last year. The UTV remains largely unchanged for 2022, which means it’s one of the most comfortable, compliant, and capable machines we’ve had our hands on. If you’re looking for a rig that will do a little bit of everything exceedingly well, this is it. Check out our gallery from the first look at the 2022 model at Tennessee’s Windrock Park.

2022 Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000 in Lime Green, of course.Zach Bowman
The KRX’s 98.8-inch wheelbase is fairly long for this segment. For comparison, a two-seat Talon measures out at 87.6 inches.Zach Bowman
The machine’s 14.8 inches of ground clearance is more than enough for most obstacles.Zach Bowman
The KRX can accommodate a spare tire in its cargo area.Zach Bowman
A closer look at the KRX’s excellent suspension, which offers 18.6 inches of travel up front and 21.1 inches in the rear. External reservoir Fox Podium 2.5-inch shocks come standard.Zach Bowman
The clear roof is a nice touch, offering plenty of daylight while still keeping occupants out of the weather.Zach Bowman
The contrasting green and black seats are very comfortable.Zach Bowman
The KRX gauge cluster is basic, but conveys all the information you need.Zach Bowman
There’s no mistaking this machine with these graphics.Zach Bowman
The KRX is at home in the dunes or in the backcountry.Zach Bowman
Kawasaki nailed engine-braking with this side-by-side. In low range with the low throttle switch engaged, the KRX will climb down steep descents without needing the brakes.Zach Bowman
The KRX offers great visibility, making it easy to place a tire exactly where you want it.Zach Bowman
The excellent suspension makes the KRX one of the best sport rigs we’ve tested.Zach Bowman

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