2022 Kawasaki ATV Lineup

Here the bird’s-eye view of Kawasaki’s fleet of ATVs for the 2022 model year.

Bodywork has been refreshed for 2022 Kawasaki ATVs.Kawasaki

Here’s the 2022 lineup of Kawasaki ATVs arranged in one convenient location for anyone shopping for a set of four wheels and a handlebar. Four main ATV models result in five various trim models across the fleet of 2022 Kawasaki ATVs. We’ll break them down below for quick reference.

The Brute Force 750 sees some older tech leave the ranks while more desirable models get refreshed bodywork.courtesy of kawasaki

Brute Force 750 4x4i

The Brute Force 750 4x4i is currently offered in two different trim levels. The base trim offers independent four-wheel suspension, front and rear cargo racks, the legendary 749cc V-twin engine, and speed-sensitive electric power steering with a starting MSRP of $9,999. You can also grab the slick Urban Fragment Camo Gray bodywork for $10,599. The next trim level, the 750 4x4i EPS Camo, drapes premium Realtree Xtra green camo bodywork onto the Brute Force with a starting MSRP of $10,599. Gone is the base 750 4x4i without EPS for 2022.

The Brute Force 300 lives on to fill the middleweight class.Kawasaki

Brute Force 300

Kawasaki will fill showrooms with one trim level under the Brute Force 300 name for 2022. Spacious floorboards, front and rear cargo racks, and classic Brute Force styling continue on for the new year. The 271cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder carbureted engine powers a shaft-driven two-wheel-drive automatic transmission. Pricing is very affordable for this entry-level ATV, starting at $4,599.

Younger teens can still grab the KFX90 for 2022.Kawasaki


This 89cc four-stroke single-cylinder engine powers this feature-packed youth ATV model intended for riders age 12 and older. Easy-to-use electric start is backed up by manual kickstart sending power to a simple CVT automatic transmission. Independent front A-arm suspension with durable drum brakes bring a sporty feel to the KFX90 for 2022. Pricing starts at $2,899.

The KFX50 may be the first set of wheels some young riders throw a leg over.Kawasaki


Riders aged 6 and older can start their riding careers with the beginner-friendly KFX50. Electric start, manual kickstart, and adjustable throttle limiter keep the 49.5cc engine in check. An automatic CVT transmission means one less thing to worry about for the little ones while they’re learning how to ride. Sporty styling exudes a motocross appeal. Future racers will be proud of their rig while riding, or just hanging out in the garage. Pricing starts at $2,199.