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Old 09-08-2011, 03:40 PM
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2010 Kawasaki KFX® 90

Rating: 4 out of 5
  • Currently 4.0/5.0

The Kawasaki KFX is a pretty nice ATV. It is primarily designed to appeal to the younger generation. If you look closely at the design you can observe that the seats are a bit small.
This is a single cylinder engine with 4 strokes. The machine is air cooled and there are two valves per cylinder.
The ATV runs on steel wheels and the same is tubeless. Front brakes of the machine are dual drum and the rear brakes are hydraulic disk. You will notice if you look closely at the ATV that the wheels are a bit small. Their dimensions are only 18x7-8 and 18x9-8. This is after all a children's bike, thus the size of the wheels. If it were an adult size ATV the wheels would be much more emphasized because of their size as compared to the current ones.
The ATV itself was decent when being used. There was not very many problems and the absorption was not so bad as well. The Kawasaki XFX seems sturdy enough for a rough riding. But since this was designed for the young generation, it is best that it is not used too much on rough terrain. It might break down because of the pressure.
The price of this ATV is $2,699.00. It is fairly expensive for an ATV, but if you are a fan of these machines you will probably know that there are others that are more expensive. In this case I do not regret making this purchase. The ATV was really helpful and convenient to have. It was fun to ride too, despite it being small for me. But I was planning to give it to my son anyway and was just test driving it a bit. The green and black is the signature of Kawasaki.

Review by professional reviewer, Aug. 25, 2011
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