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#1 2009-10-05 12:22:59

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Re: 2010 TERYX ARE HERE!

Info was just released today... Well what do ya think?  :shock:

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#2 2009-10-05 12:32:35

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Re: 2010 TERYX ARE HERE!

What’s New for 2010:

◦A new hinged, forward-tilting front hood enforces aggressive new styling, and allows quick access to the radiator and front suspension components, for easier maintenance and suspension tuning.

◦New, inset headlights complement the aggressive new styling.

◦A larger radiator fan helps keep engine temps under control in slow going, and a larger-diameter hose increases coolant flow and overall capacity. The coolant reserve tank was moved under the front cover for easier maintenance.

◦A new ignition cut-out feature protects the brake system by preventing riding with the parking brake on.

◦The tilt bed’s frame is engineered with increased rigidity for even greater durability.

◦Other minor modifications aimed at more efficient production and durability keep the Teryx at the front of the RUV pack.


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#3 2009-10-05 12:34:28

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#4 2009-10-05 12:55:37

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#5 2009-10-05 17:03:43

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Re: 2010 TERYX ARE HERE!

Opening or not that hood is UGLY!

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#6 2009-10-05 22:57:22

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After further review I have come to the conclusion that the Teryx has now become the little brother to the Honda Big Red...

Seriously....


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#7 2009-10-06 09:22:33

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I think it's funny. It's taken Kawasucky this long to rip off yamaha's idea's. I wouldn't have a Terex if it was  given to me. At work that's all they run is Kawasucky and i've personally seen nothing but problems with them.

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#8 2009-10-06 21:48:59

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Re: 2010 TERYX ARE HERE!

I think it's funny. It's taken Kawasucky this long to rip off yamaha's idea's. I wouldn't have a Terex if it was  given to me. At work that's all they run is Kawasucky and i've personally seen nothing but problems with them.

I will disagree with you on your statement. The Teryx is a well built machine that we have put through some serious torture in the mountains, moab, trails, etc. The rhino does have a better fit and finish, its just to bad the power is not there.

Anyway.... back to what this thread was about.

It is great how for 2010 they made the hood open and made better air flow however the hood of the 08-09 has a much better look to it. One question that I have is how well the lights work? It seems to me that they are placed to far back to get any "flood" lighting from them. But who knows.  8)

What else do any of you have to say about it?


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#9 2009-10-06 22:57:17

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I think the hood is the downfall but maybe it looks better in person....


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#10 2009-10-07 11:25:06

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Re: 2010 TERYX ARE HERE!

I think it's funny. It's taken Kawasucky this long to rip off yamaha's idea's. I wouldn't have a Terex if it was  given to me. At work that's all they run is Kawasucky and i've personally seen nothing but problems with them.

I will disagree with you on your statement. The Teryx is a well built machine that we have put through some serious torture in the mountains, moab, trails, etc. The rhino does have a better fit and finish, its just to bad the power is not there.

Anyway.... back to what this thread was about.

It is great how for 2010 they made the hood open and made better air flow however the hood of the 08-09 has a much better look to it. One question that I have is how well the lights work? It seems to me that they are placed to far back to get any "flood" lighting from them. But who knows.  8)

What else do any of you have to say about it?

I would have to agree with you Jared. I do think they should have taken note on the one main downfall of the Big Red. The hood is a step backwards and the light position looks like there would be a dead zone in front of the machine. As for Kawasaki i think they make a great machine and the mule would be my second choice as a work UTV because of the diesel option. If Honda would fix the ugly hood issue i would also look more into it. I do think the Big Red has the most advanced drive line compared to the other machines because of the automatic transmission and honda's fit and finish.


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#11 2009-10-07 12:34:30

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Well i guess that's what's great about this country, weall have different life experience's as well as opinions and are free to share. And i'm not trying to debate wich brand is better, cause once again were talking opions. I just know in my personal experience i watch day in and day out 20+ Kawasaki mules get hammered on, and they don't hold up. I myself own a rhino, but for what were using the mules for my personal preference would be the ranger. That's just my 2 cents.

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#12 2009-10-07 14:03:34

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Well i guess that's what's great about this country, weall have different life experience's as well as opinions and are free to share. And i'm not trying to debate wich brand is better, cause once again were talking opions. I just know in my personal experience i watch day in and day out 20+ Kawasaki mules get hammered on, and they don't hold up. I myself own a rhino, but for what were using the mules for my personal preference would be the ranger. That's just my 2 cents.

I would agree with you on the Ranger as my first choice as you can see on my picture big_smile.

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#13 2009-10-08 09:18:03

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After watching Martin hammer his Teryx in Moab I am a believer it is a tough machine. New hood is fugly  roll

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#14 2009-10-10 21:46:39

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Re: 2010 TERYX ARE HERE!

Sounds like we will not see these hit the showrooms untill after the new year.


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