Kawasaki Bayou 300 4×4 Specs and Review 2022

Kawasaki Bayou 300 4×4: Just a few days after the launch of its first quad-wheeled ATV Kawasaki brought the world to the concept of 4WD by launching the Kawasaki Bayou 300 4×4. 

The machine was built with solid durability, rustic appeal and was ready to tackle the most difficult terrain. We’ll learn more about this amazing model in our current guide.

Kawasaki Bayou 300

This Kawasaki Bayou 300 4×4 goes through the history books as the first off-road vehicle with 4WD from Kawasaki’s renowned best-selling line. 

It was equipped with dual-mode diff and hydraulic disc brakes and a capacity of 700 lbs for hauling the machine was “the most powerful four-wheeler in the market” in its glory days.

The most popular best-seller of all time is one of the very few classic machines that’s durability is superior to the many flaws that make it a favorite choice for many new and enthusiastic riders.

Kawasaki Bayou 300

The impressive hauling capabilities, sturdy construction, and low-gear performance are the main selling factors. Find out more about the features this top-selling machine can provide.

Kawasaki’s First 4×4 ATV

Four years following it was launched, four years after the Bayou 185 launch, Team Green impressed the world with the world’s first off-road vehicle that was 4WD called The Kawasaki Bayou 300 4×4. 

It featured a torquey power mill that measured 290 cubic centimeters (the largest displacement available in the time) and plenty of gutsy hauling power, as well as an exclusive-slip front differential.

Although many people already considered the 300-series models sufficient The 4×4 model was a refreshing and welcome version of the machine, giving riders the ability to pick between gripping power and increased maneuverability when the circumstances required it.

The upgraded design and features helped it to be among Kawasaki’s most popular models for a long time. 

In addition, its regular features, like the rear and front shaft drives, reverse gear, and cargo racks, make it a great partner for dockyards, farms, and other agricultural and domestic applications.

The power and endurance of the four-wheeler (and later the addition of a 4WD option) helped it gain traction as the top choice of the crowd in this segment.

With all the attributes it has in a single unit, this quad was a favorite of hardworking people and weekend adventurers. 

The machine served the purpose of a horse for work (for much of the week) and traveled out to enjoy the great outdoors on weekends and between.

Athletes who have owned 200-class ATVs discovered Bayou 300 to be Bayou 300 not only perfect for challenging trails or hauling tasks, but also impressive. 

With the latest technology advancements and a wide range of aftermarket support for ATVs, off-roaders are sure to be able to customize the Bayou 300 to their needs.

Kawasaki Bayou 300 4×4 Specs & Features Engine

While 4×4 trims have similar specifications for engines to the basic models, they possess an additional fuel capacity and slightly more torque. 

Because of their extra weight along with driveline function, Bayou 300 models are slow compared to their 250-cc counterparts.

Kawasaki Bayou KLF300A/B Kawasaki Bayou KLF300C, 4×4
Engine Brand Name Keihin
Engine Type 4-Stroke SOHC
Cylinder Arrangement Single cylinder
Carburetion System Keihin CVK32
Engine Cooling Air cooling
Engine Fuel Unleaded gasoline of at least Antiknock Index/PON 87 or RON 91, containing < 15% MTBE (Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether)/TAME/ETBE, < 10% ethanol, or < 5% methanol w/ cosolvents & corrosion inhibitors
Fuel Capacity 9 L/2.4 US gal (reserve – 1.7 L/0.45 US gal) 11 L/2.9 US gal (reserve – 2 L/0.53 US gal)
Bore x Stroke Ratio 76×64 mm (2.99 x 2.52 in)
Compression Ratio 8.6:1
Starting System Electric/recoil
Displacement 290 cm³ / 17.7 in³
Maximum Power 19 hp/19.3 PS (14.2 kW, estimated) 20 hp/20.28 PS (14.9 kW @ 6,500 RPM)
Maximum Torque 22.6 Nm (2.3 kg-m, 16.6 ft-lb) @ 6,000 RPM 23.5 Nm (2.4 kg-m, 17.4 ft-lb) @ 5,500 RPM
Top Speed 40-50 mph (64.4-80.5 km/h) – owners’ claim
Lubrication Forced lubrication (wet sump)
Engine Oil & Quantity 1.7 L (1.8 US quarts) w/ filter
API grade of SJ meeting JASO T903 MA
SAE 10W-30, 10W-40, 10W-50, 20W-40, 20W-50 – depending on ambient temperature
2.2 L (2.3 US quarts) w/ filter
API grade of SJ meeting JASO T903 MA
SAE 10W-30, 10W-40, 10W-50, 20W-40, 20W-50 – depending on ambient temperature


Apart from a semi-automatic transmission The Bayou 300 also has locked-axle and differential mode. 

This mode of the differential is similar to Honda’s Turf mode. This feature is great for golf courses or lawns, however, it is not recommended for areas around campgrounds, pavements, or towing a trailer.

Kawasaki Bayou KLF300A/B Kawasaki Bayou KLF300C, 4×4
Clutch Wet shoe, automatic, centrifugal type (primary)
Wet, automatic, multi-disc type (secondary)
Transmission Type 5-speed constant mesh w/ reverse, return shift
Drive System Shaft drive Shaft drive, 4WD
Primary Ratio 2.888 (78/27)
Final Drive Ratio 4.886 (20/16 x 43/11) 6.910 (37/29 x 20/16 x 39/9) – low
5.416 (33/33 x 20/16 x 39/9) – high
Overall Drive Ratio (Top Gear) 10.858 15.357 (low); 12.037 (high)
Transmission Gear Ratio 1st – 3.090 (34/11)
2nd – 1.928 (27/14)
3rd – 1.368 (26/19)
4th – 1.000 (23/23)
5th – 0.769 (20/26)
Reverse – 3.072 (26/11 x 26/20)

The reverse is also true. the locked-axle setting is best when riding in sport or going up hills or on rough terrain. 

With shifting the shifter sub-transmission riders can increase the efficiency of transmissions at lower speeds and turn the machine into a genuine workhorse.


In contrast to smaller-displacement Bayou models, the 300 trims require the YB14A A2 battery (view on Amazon) format and spark plugs with various temperature ranges. 

The ignition system used for the quads was also upgraded from a DC-CDI system to one that is transistorized.

Kawasaki Bayou KLF300A/B Kawasaki Bayou KLF300C, 4×4
Ignition Battery & coil (transistorized ignition)
Ignition Timing 10° BTDC @ 1,300 RPM – 40° BTDC @ 4,000 RPM 10° BTDC @ 1,300 RPM – 30° BTDC @ 4,000 RPM
Spark Plug NGK B8ES/BR8ES (gap – 0.7-0.8 mm, 0.028-0.032 in) NGK D8EA (gap – 0.6-0.7 mm, 0.024-0.028 in)
Fuse 30 Amp; 15 Amp (auxiliary accessory circuit)
Battery 12V 14 Ah, YB14A-A2 battery format
Battery Dimensions (L x W x H) 5.31 x 3.50. x 6.94 in (134 x 89 x 176 mm)

Tires & Brakes

Based on the type of tire you choose to brand The maximum pressure for sitting tire beads can differ and it is essential to adhere to these limits.

For example, a standard Dunlop rubber can be set at 250 kPa (2.5 kg-cm2 36 psi) however a Goodyear Tracker MP tire will only allow the 225 in kPa (2.25 kg-cm2 32 PSI). Maxxis ‘ MU02 Snow/Mud Tires (view at Amazon) could come with similar pressure caps.

Kawasaki Bayou KLF300A/B Kawasaki Bayou KLF300C, 4×4
Front Tire, air pressure Dunlop KT761 AT22 x 9-10, tubeless
20.68 kPa (0.21 kg/cm2, 3 psi)
Dunlop KT962 or Goodyear Tracker MP AT24 x 8-11, tubeless
34.47 kPa (0.35 kg/cm2, 5 psi)
Rear Tire, air pressure Dunlop KT765 AT24 x 11-10, tubeless
20.68 kPa (0.21 kg/cm2, 3 psi)
Dunlop KT962 or Goodyear Tracker MP AT24 x 10-11, tubeless
27.58 kPa (0.28 kg/cm2, 4 psi)
Front Brake Type Dual hydraulic discs / Expanding drum brake Dual hydraulic discs
Rear Brake Type Expanding drum brake Expanding drum brake


Front- and rear-wheel travel figures are slightly downgraded from the Bayou 250s 4.5/4.9 inches.

As a result, many riders find the quad’s suspension system lacking. Still, experienced mechanics and owners do not recommend tinkering with the vehicle.

The front suspension is factory-built to give a harsh ride. Any increase in the front axles’ angle may lead to more wear or damage of front-drive components.

Kawasaki Bayou KLF300A/B Kawasaki Bayou KLF300C, 4×4
Frame Type Tubular, double-cradle Tubular, double-cradle
Caster, Trail 3°, 13 mm (0.51 in) 1°, 5 mm (0.2 in)
3°, 13 mm (0.51 in) – ’04 model
Turning Radius 2.9 m (9.5 ft) – locked axle mode
2.6 m (8.5 ft) – differential mode
2.9 m (9.5 ft)
Front Suspension, Travel Independent double-wishbone w/ dual adjustable shocks, 109 mm (4.3 in)
Rear Suspension, Travel Quad-Link w/ twin shock absorbers, 119 mm (4.7 in)


There is a small difference in the dimensions of the base and 4WD versions. Capacity is similar across all versions, with the exception of the capacity of the vehicle’s load limit. 

Similar to its predecessors, the Bayou 300 retained its utility racks that were increased to hold 140 pounds – the trailer capacity almost increased by a third.

Riders can boost the carrying capacity of the quad by connecting a Black Widow ATV Cargo Box (view on Amazon) to the rear.

Kawasaki Bayou KLF300A/B Kawasaki Bayou KLF300C, 4×4
Length 1,910 mm (75.2 in) 1,860 mm (73.2 in)
Width 1,115 mm (43.9 in) 1,120 mm (44.1 in)
Height 1,035 mm (40.75 in) 1,105 mm (43.5 in)
Seat Height (Unloaded) 749 mm (29.5 in) 805 mm (31.7)
Ground Clearance 195 mm (7.68 in) – rear axle 225 mm (8.86 in) – rear axle
Wheelbase 1,210 mm (47.6 in) 1,200 mm (47.2 in)
Track (F/R) 834 mm (32.8 in) / 844 mm (33.2 in) 844 mm (33.2 in) / 860 mm (33.86 in)
Dry Weight 223 Kg (492 lbs) 260 Kg (573 lbs)
Carrier Capacity (F/R) 32 Kg (70 lbs) / 63 Kg (140 lbs)
Vehicle Load Capacity Limit 182 Kg (400 lbs) 195 Kg (430 lbs)
Hitch Tongue Weight 14 Kg (30 lbs)
Trailer Weight (including cargo) 317 Kg (700 lbs)
Colors Smoky Blue, Dark Royal Red, Woodsman/Hunter Green, Sunbeam/Aztec Red


The style that is Bayou 300’s design Bayou 300 is simplistic and stylish, but also rugged, which is fitting for the four-wheeler that is the most basic. If there’s one aspect that could use some improvement, it’s its equipment.

Kawasaki Bayou KLF300A/B Kawasaki Bayou KLF300C, 4×4
Speedometer N/A
Indicator Lamps Standard
Trip Odometer N/A
Fuel Gauge Standard
Engine Stop Switch Standard
Oil Temperature Switch N/A
Headlight 12V 65W/60W x 2 12V 25W/25W x 2
Brake Light/Taillight 12V 27W/8W x 2
Speedometer Light N/A
Indicator Lights (reverse, neutral)

How Much Does It Cost?

The price list for Kawasaki’s Bayou 300 (including its 2WD trims) varied from $2,549 to $5,299 including being the one in 1997 Kawasaki Bayou 300 4×4 (KLF300C9) with the highest price of $5,299.

The mid-90s witnessed the highest resales prices for this model’s year and trimmings. 

The 4×4 and 2×4 versions were eventually reduced in MSRP by several hundred dollars, which continued until the end of their production year. This table shows the price list of every model released in the same series. (Source: Nada Guides):

Year – Trim – Model Number List Price Retail/Trade-In Values
1985 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300A1 N/A $405 – $1,975
1986 Kawasaki Bayou 300 – KLF300A1 $2,549 $295 – $1,830
1987 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300A2 $2,699 $295 – $1,830
1988 – 1989 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300B1/B2 $2,999 $295 – $1,975
1989 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300C1, 4×4 $3,999 $355 – $2,195
1990 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300C2, 4×4 $4,149 $355 – $2,195
1990 – 1991 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300B3/B4 $3,399 $355 – $2,195
1991 – 1992 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300C3/C4, 4×4 N/A $380 – $2,520
1992 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300B5 $3,499 $380 – $2,520
1993 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300B6 $3,699 $380 – $2,520
1994 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300B7 $3,999 $380 – $2,520
1993 – 1994 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300C5/C6, 4×4 $4,499 $405 – $2,985
1995 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300B8 $4,199 $325 – $2,155
1995 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300C7, 4×4 $5,049 $355 – $2,435
1996 – 1999 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300B9/B10/B11/B12 $4,399 $300 – $2,205
1996 Kawasaki Bayou 300 – KLF300C8, 4×4 $5,249 $375 – $2,965
1997 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300C9, 4×4 $5,299 $375 – $2,965
1998 – 2004 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300C10-KLF300C16, 4×4 $4,999 $375 – $2,965
2000 – 2001 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300B13/B14 $4,299 $415 – $2,695
2002 – 2004 Kawasaki Bayou KLF300B15/B16/B17 $3,999 $795 – $1,160

Auction listings aren’t too away from trade-in and retail prices. It is evident that this four-wheeler holds its value when it is in good or close to stock good condition. 

The resales value is in the range of $356 to $2,329. 2WD trims are typically offered at a lower price (usually under $1,000) when compared to 4×4 models.

Good-quality units typically include aftermarket carrier racks a tool kit that is original and an owner’s guide (no requirement to purchase an online Clymer’s manual). Other models may come with a new battery or Kawasaki Bayou 300 carburetor.

As these are used, be prepared for the machines to have imperfections. They may be running for a long time before they were sold. At best, the stock cargo racks might look a bit rusted because of the regular use.

Perhaps the most difficult challenge for a Bayou 300 buyer would have is determining what the condition of the old vehicle is because there’s no documentation of the vehicle’s total miles or hours because of its insufficient instrumentation.

Kawasaki Bayou 300 Common Problems

Kawasaki Bayou 300 Common Problems

Kawasaki Bayou 300 series is known for its complexity. Kawasaki Bayou 300 series is well-known for not just giving to the general public the most number of trims, but also for being the most troublesome of all Bayou displacements. Here are a few of the 4×4’s most well-known problems:

2002 Recall

Wheel hubs on the rear of the KLF300-B and KLF300-C are firmly fixed by their axles with an elongated nut that is fastened to the axle by an appropriate torque and locked to the axle by an elongated cotton pin.

In recall-affected models, the axle nut wasn’t properly torqued prior to inserting the pin for the cotter. This defect in the assembly caused the hub to fall off the shaft of the axle. 

Dealers across the nation were instructed to adjust the amount of torque that was applied to the nut of the axle to fix the issue, which could have resulted in rider dangers, resulted in serious injuries, or even death.


Usually, backfiring or misfiring indicates a problem with the ignition or fuel system. The issue can occur when the fuel pump is mistimed (affecting the rate at which it releases fuel) or if there’s an abrupt decrease in speed that causes the exhaust system of the quad to swell.

It could also signal an untuned carburetor or incorrect valve timing. This typically manifests as a strange sound when you are in 5th gear, traveling at speeds of less than 20 mph or when letting the throttle go.

Making the idle screw too low (the optimal formula for running high) can cause backfiring. This is in essence counter-intuitive to the factory settings of the machine.

Testing for leak-down and compression is a must once you’ve confirmed that you’re suffering from this issue. 

A few tried-and-tested solutions include installing the Dynojet kit upgrading the snorkel and putting in a Bayou 300 with a better air filter.

Adjusting the needles, and making sure that exhaust valves aren’t too tight will help stop the possibility of misfiring. Furthermore, this will stop the carb from backfiring and causing damage to your carb boots.

Stalling Issues

A restricted or improper flow of fuel is often the cause of the engine not being able to fire or dying in a matter of minutes. Sometimes, this happens due to extreme riding,

where turning the handlebars either left or right while riding could pull the plug without difficulty. 4x4s that are not used and stored for long periods are also likely to stop more frequently than those that are used regularly.

If you experience symptoms, make sure you check the fuel lines of your car as well as the filters and vacuum mechanism. 

If they’re not working then you should look into electronic components or a damaged CDI or stator. Also, check if electrical plugs have come loose or have become disconnected.

Rusty connections on the surface and overheating episodes are typical warning signs of an inoperable CDI or stator. 

For electrical plugs, it is necessary to examine them physically to see if they’re not working as they ought to.

As the electrical connections are located beneath the handlebars as well as on the side of the tank that holds gas take off the plastic in front to get the plugs. 

Securing the plug/connection with a cable tie or electrical tape may also help prevent further recurrences of wire-connection-related problems.

Note down a reminder to never exceed your vehicle’s maximum fording distance (20 millimeters) decreases the chance of shorting from water buildup or wet components.

Starter Motor Challenges

There are many instances of problems with the primary circuit for starting to render the ignition system inoperable when activating the starter trigger.

This can cause problems to the starter motor that should not be mistaken with flooding issues. 

However, determining the root of the issue isn’t straightforward it’s the matter of finding out whether the issue stems from the solenoid of the starter motor or even the start button.

In the end, not identifying any of these components to be unsatisfactory suggests that the issue could lie in the secondary ignition, which is often identified by plugged batteries and battery connections. 

There are several proven solutions that involve replacing the pulsing device that produces the ignition signal the rotor part of the stator or the car’s CDI box.

An annual examination of electrical parts greatly aids in identifying the onset of problems in the early stages. 

The inspection should also look into other possible causes, such as relays with low voltage, batteries that aren’t communicating or working, or issues with the engine’s ignition or stop switches, in addition to other factors.

Cleaning the brushes, as well as the copper surface that brushes, are running on using a non-flammable cleaning agent is a second preventive measure that is best done using 400-600 fine sandpaper in grit.

Ticking Noises

The engine noise can also be reported to be heard in a few Kawasaki Bayou 300 models – however, it is not as common as in the 220/250 models. 

The owners say the sound is metal, louder than a click from a valve, regardless of the vehicle’s load or gear’s place.

Additionally, it appeared to be in line with the RPMs. It was intermittent at times, but it was persistent for others, but it would go out after a few shifts, with no influence on how the machine operates.

Although it is tempting to overlook the issue, however, it’s best to take a stethoscope of a mechanic to determine the source of the noise is coming from. 

If you can detect it and the location of the sound, your four-wheeler’s cam-lobe and rocker arm’s surface (including rocker pins and cam bearings), pins) rod bearing or the clutch hub might be damaged and require repairs or replacement.

It is possible to alter the cam chain and valves to solve the issue as replacing the rings and pistons will only reduce the noise. 

Be aware it is important to note that Bayou 300 models have a key nut that sits behind the clutch, which is known to loosen because of the retainer breaking and it could be worthwhile to investigate that too.

How do you shift into Differential Mode?

Engaging the different functions of Bayou 300 is fairly easy. Below are the necessary steps to follow:

  • Bring the quad to a complete stop, then put the transmission in neutral.
  • The lever for the differential should be pulled up to the fullest extent. If you have any trouble doing this, spin the handlebar to the opposite side and lightly move the wheeler to assist with the shift.

To disengage differential mode, stop your vehicle completely. After that, move the lever for shifting to the left and press it to the left until it is fully down (this will activate the locked-axle mode).

About Kawasaki

Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. which is the maker of Kawasaki Bayou 300 4×4, is a world-renowned manufacturer of ATVs and side x sides and watercraft. 

The company was founded around 1878, through Shozo Kawasaki, the humble parts distributor for shipbuilding firms has since grown into a huge Japanese company that has introduced new technologies in energy and aerospace systems including hydraulic machinery, transit, and motorsport vehicles.

Conclusion – Kawasaki Bayou 300 Review

In fact, it is true that the Kawasaki Bayou 300 embodies the unlimited possibilities of utility-themed vehicles. 

It was so in its development and continues to do so today. There were some problems with its suspension and front-drive parts. 

However, despite these issues, Kawasaki was able to keep creating machines that customers truly appreciate.

The quad’s outstanding performance, simple design, and functional features are present in all of Kawasaki’s offerings. 

If you’re looking for an ATV with a low price that’s the best in terms of functionality and fun factor, there is nothing better than this model. Kawasaki Bayou 300!


Engine 4-stroke, 1-cylinder, SOHC
Displacement 271cc
Bore x Stroke 72.7 x 65.2mm
Compression Ratio 11.0:1
Maximum Torque 15.9 lb-ft @ 6500 rpm
Fuel System Keihin CVK32 carburetor
Ignition DC-CDI
Transmission Automatic CVT with a centrifugal clutch (H, L, N, R)
Final Drive 2WD, Shaft


Front Suspension / Wheel Travel Independent double wishbone/5.2 in
Rear Suspension / Wheel Travel Swingarm/5.6 in
Front Tire AT 22 x 7-10 Maxxis tubeless
Rear Tire AT 22 x 10-10 Maxxis tubeless
Front Brakes Dual 180mm discs
Rear Brakes Single 180mm disc
Ground Clearance 6.1 in
Starting System Electric
Fuel Capacity 3.2 gal
Electronic Power Steering (EPS) No
Turning Radius 9.2 ft
Towing Capacity 500 lb
Total Rack Capacity 110 lb
Rack Capacity, Front/Rear 44/66 lb
Lighting (2) 35W headlights, 5W taillight, and 21W stoplight


Frame Type Double cradle, steel
Track Front/Rear 33.5/32.7 in
Overall Length 75.4 in
Overall Width 42.5 in
Overall Height 46.1 in
Seat Height 33.3 in
Curb Weight 535.8 lb*
Wheelbase 45.9 in
Instruments Speedometer, odometer, clock, fuel gauge, and coolant temp light
Color Choices Super Black, Bright White
Warranty 12 Month Limited Warranty
Kawasaki Protection Plus™ (optional) 12, 24, 36, or 48 months

Is a Kawasaki Bayou 300 a 4×4?

This Kawasaki Bayou 300 4×4 is a vehicle that goes into history as the first off-road vehicle with 4WD from the famous Kawasaki’s most popular lineup. With dual-mode differentials and hydraulic disc brakes, and a capacity of 700 pounds for hauling, the machine was “the strongest four-wheeler in the world” during its peak.

Are Kawasaki four wheelers any good?

Kawasaki bicycles are safe in every way. The ATV brand produces one of the most durable quad bikes and markets worldwide. Their reliability is contingent on various aspects, and as time passes, the quad’s reliability decreases.

Does Kawasaki still make the Bayou?

Bayou 250 seemed to have succeeded in this task, as evidenced by the end of production in the year 2011. When Kawasaki discontinued its 250 models, it had become evident that the entire ATV industry and its users had switched their attention to big-bore and mid-size models.

What year did they make Kawasaki Bayou 300?

Its model 1987 Kawasaki Bayou 300 is an all-terrain vehicle with two wheels (ATV) featuring the rear and front cargo racks. Made by Japanese manufacturer Kawasaki, the ATV comes with a 290 cc engine with an electric start, a classic fuel gauge, and low maintenance costs.

Who makes Kawasaki Bruteforce 300?

The Brute Force 300 bristles with top-of-the-line features are found in the middle-sized utility ATV segment. Starting with its Brute Force family-style and comforts for the rider to its innovative liquid-cooling technology and an automatic drive system, The Brute Force 300 completely redefines its class.

Is the Brute Force 300 4×4?

There’s no substitute for 4WD or displacement here. Kawasaki Brute Force 300 engine makes use of a SOHC single-cylinder, four-stroke liquid-cooled 271cc displacement motor, which, although not a “brute,” does provide plenty of start-up and spunk. 

Kawasaki Bayou 300 4×4 FAQ

1. Is a Kawasaki Bayou 300 a 4×4?

This Kawasaki Bayou 300 4×4 is a vehicle that goes through the history books as the very first four-wheel offroad vehicle in Kawasaki’s top-selling line. It was equipped with dual-mode diff with hydraulic disc brakes and a capacity of 700 pounds for hauling the machine was “the strongest four-wheeler in the field” during its peak.

2. Is a Kawasaki Bayou a good four-wheeler?

It has a low-maintenance, air-cooled engine with a solid Mikuni VM24SS carb, a protective front bumper, and simple-to-use switches and controls This 4×4 is an ideal choice for working or playing. Simple styling, easy operation, and a semi-automatic transmission are among the Bayou 250s most important selling factors.

3. How much does a Kawasaki Bayou 300 4×4 weight?

It weighs 498 pounds. without fuel, The Bayou 300 quad in 2004 weighs 498 lbs. Bayou 300 Quad is 75.20 inches in length. It also measures 45.67 inches in width and 41.93 inches in height.

4. How long is a Kawasaki Bayou 300?

Bayou 300 had an overall length of 75.2 inches with a height of 41.9 inches, and a width in the range of 43.9 inches.

5. How much is a Kawasaki 4X4?

The legendary Kawasaki Mule family unveiled its 2021 model lineup with prices ranging from 6-799 dollars for Mule SX to the rear-wheel-drive Mule 4000 Trans 4X4 Camo priced at the price of $11,799.

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