Kawasaki Prairie 360 Specs


According to the Cycle Trader website, the 2010 Kawasaki Prairie 360 is a great 4x4 vehicle for ranchers, farmers and recreational users, and it's a practical machine, perfect if you need to haul heavy loads or go off-roading on rough terrain. The ATV & SXS Illustrated website refers to the Prairie 360 as an "easy to ride, cost effective ATV."

Engine & Transmission

  • The 2010 Kawasaki Prairie 360 comes with an air-cooled, SOHC, four-stroke, single-cylinder engine. Its fuel capacity is 3.6 gallons. This engine has CVT, or continuously variable transmission. According to the Cycle Trader website, the CVT "enables the engine to operate in its optimal rpm range." This gives you maximum torque no matter the terrain or speed. The 2010 Kawasaki Prairie 360's emissions comply with CARB and EPA regulations. Since the Prairie 360 has CVT, the rider does not have to shift. It has low and high forward gears and reverse. Maximum speed is about 45 miles per hour.

Wheels & Tires

  • Kawasaki's 2010 Prairie 360 comes equipped with selectable four-wheel drive. The rider activates the four-wheel drive by flipping a simple switch. You can use Kawasaki Variable Front Differential Control to determine how much torque is delivered to each front wheel. The Prairie 360 also comes with limited-slip front differential that makes steering more accurate and light. It comes with Maxxis tires mounted on 12-inch steel wheels. These tires are tubeless and provide effective off-road traction. The Kawasaki 2010 Prairie 360 includes dual front disc brakes and Kawasaki's sealed, oil-bathed multi-disc rear brake system

Chassis & Suspension

  • The chassis on the Prairie 360 is a double cradle. It has a durable steel tubing design. The Prairie 360 comes with MacPherson strut front suspension, and the rear suspension is a single-shock aluminum swingarm. The Prairie 360 comes with a large, wide seat.


  • Kawasaki's 2010 Prairie 360 comes in Smoky Blue or Dark Royal Red. The Prairie 360 ATV has steel cargo racks in the front and rear. They can carry 242 pounds. The full-sized floorboards come with adjustable foot-pegs, making the ride even more comfortable. It also has dual 30W halogen headlights and a standard hitch bracket. The Prairie 360 can tow up to 1,100 pounds.

Safety & Considerations

  • According to the Cycle Trader website, Kawasaki offers to pay $100 to any first-time buyer who completes an ATV Safety Institute safety course. They ask ATV riders to be responsible ATV drivers and take care of the environment while riding.

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