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This is a discussion on NEW!! Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000 within the Wolverine X2/X4 vs the Competition forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine X2 & X4 847cc SxS category; I have to agree with Budro2. Everyone seems to be looking at thing like it's an under powered duner, but to me it seems the ...

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    I have to agree with Budro2. Everyone seems to be looking at thing like it's an under powered duner, but to me it seems the focus was on making it more of a crawler. The specs make it seem quite capable for low speed stuff, maybe the best low speed 1000 out there.
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    I finally got to see a KRX in person yesterday. My first impression is that machine is HUGE!!! The sales guy brought up that in order for it to be legal on our state trails, you would have to change the wheels to lessen the offset. The second thing I noticed was it was absolutely a pleasure to get in and out of and the seating position was nice too. The YXZs, X3s, Wildcats, and the RZRs have that race car sort of feel when you're in them but I find them difficult to get in and out of, and for me it would be even more of a pain in coveralls in the Winter. When we ride on private land, there are lots of gates to open and close and that makes my Wolverine really enjoyable.

    I didn't bring up all the issues that were mentioned in the Facebook posts. I really have no need or interest in owning one but I can see a lot of the appealing features that have already been discussed.
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    I haven't seen the Kawa in person yet but i got a similar impression when i saw a Rzr Pro. It's also massive. Found it much harder to get in/out compared to a Talon & the new improved seats weren't comfortable either IMO. As with the old Rzrs, seems like every panel in it is trying to rip a hole in my leg. They sure do have the accessories down pat though, and the ease of wiring makes me jealous. I guess with bigger power these machines will keep getting bigger to handle it. Along with a bigger price tag as well.

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    I sat in one last week.....its a behemoth. I didnt think the fit and finish was that great personally. The gadgetry was nice but, it just all kinda seemed slammed together.

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