On the touchscreen of its new RIDGE Limited, Kawasaki has partnered with accessory manufacturer Garmin. The Kawasaki RIDGE Limited is an off-road vehicle intended for use in work, leisure, and trail riding. It is scheduled to launch in 2024.
A 999cc in-line four-cylinder engine with a WARN VRX 45-S Powerspot Winch will power the sporty-looking 2024 Kawasaki RIDGE Limited. Similar to the Tread Powersport navigator, Garmin will provide a center console solution for the EV. A group ride tracker, turn-by-turn trail navigation, preloaded maps, and a communication tool are a few of its features. USFS Motor Vehicle Use Maps and OpenStreetMap (OSM) are accessible to drivers via the Tread powersports system. In addition, the system offers satellite photos, topographic maps, and data on both public and private land to facilitate smooth mobility. At the moment, $542.29 can be paid on Amazon for the Garmin Tread Powersport Off-Road Navigator.
Garmin provides the 8-inch touchscreen that powers the Kawasaki RIDGE Limited side x sides, which can be used with gloves on. The RPM, battery voltage, engine temperature, and CVT are among the data displayed on the touchscreen.
The cost and accessibility
In the US, $33,499 is the retail cost of the Kawasaki RIDGE Limited. With a limited 3-year warranty, the off-road vehicle is assembled in the United States. With a payload capacity of 1,499/1,000 lb CA model and a towing capacity of 2,000 lb, the model has robust specifications. Its ladder-style, tubular steel frame and all-LED lighting are features. Among the instruments on the Kawasaki RIDGE Limited’s instrument cluster are a dual trip meter, fuel gauge, tachometer, odometer, and digital speedometer. A metallic shadow gold color option will be offered for the model. Notifications regarding the availability of the RIDGE Limited in other markets are currently available.