24 January 2024 Kawasaki Brute Force Enjoys Major Updates For 2024

The established benchmark for the maximum performance sector of the ATV market, Kawasaki’s 750 cm3 V-Twin Brute Force has been significantly updated for 2024 with new – even more purposeful – looks plus an array of practical and welcome standard spec additions. 

Undergoing its first major update in twelve years, the 2024 model retains the universally praised high-performance 750 cm3 V-Twin engine and tough, durable chassis that has made it a long-time-success, bringing it up to date with new, more powerful-looking “tough & rugged” styling.

In terms of that distinctive new look, new fenders, a new grille, a new 3D emblem, and various carefully considered design touches throughout give the machine an eye-catching, advanced yet unmistakable tough look that makes it clear this model is still at the top of its class ready to take on all challengers.

That enhanced equipment includes TFT colour instrumentation, all-LED lighting (including a new handlebar-mounted LED light), furthering the Brute Force 750’s evolution into a more modern adventure and hard working ATV offering sports ability along with all-day-working utility features.

The clear, easy-to-read 11cm (4.3inch) high-grade full-colour TFT LCD screen sits at the centre of the handlebars, making it simple for the rider to see speed, odometer, and other relevant information while a new LED light mounted to the handlebars turns with the ‘bars and is complemented by highly effective LED headlights. And for people to see you forging ahead, red LED rear lights are also part of the new spec. In terms of that spec, the new Brute Force will be available in European Kawasaki ATV dealers for 2024 in either a distinctive Grayish Blue colourway or Camouflage with the “camo” model enjoying the additional benefit of handguards as standard fitment.  

Refreshed too, the newly designed front and rear carriers feature compatibility with the KQR (Kawasaki Quick Release) system while both include built-in tie-down points, while the rear plastic cover also incorporates anti-slip grooves to help keep loads in place.
Whatever the use – recreational or utility – the Brute Force owner is likely to spend many hours in the saddle, so electronic rider aids remain a core function with electrically selectable 2WD-4WD and the welcome assistance of electronic power steering while the on-demand front differential control makes directional changes plus tough climbs and descents precisely controllable.

With front disc brakes, and a fully enclosed rear brake plus double wishbone long travel suspension front and rear, the 2024 Brute Force has a standard spec that is the envy of the competition. Add an impressive inventory of tried and trusted genuine accessories - plus that lusty work and play hungry water-cooled, fuel-injected, CVT equipped 750 cm3 V-Twin engine - and the 2024 Brute Force is set to fiercely protect its place as the default dominant leader of the ATV pack.