The cockpit itself was designed for drivers who need to travel efficiently with passengers, along with all their necessary gear and accessories. The bench seats each seat three people. The seating allows the passengers to easily move around the spacious cabin, and three-point harnesses and automotive-style doors secure all passengers as standard. These help to provide added protection from the outdoor elements.
There is a tilt-adjustable, thick grip steering wheel, which provides a full 40-degrees of step-less adjustment. Or it can be tilted up and out of the way to facilitate clear access to the cabin. All passengers have secure handholds throughout.
Another feature is storage space under the front seat. This space allows users to store their equipment and gear in the optional Kawasaki Genuine Accessories bins. In addition, there is a glovebox as well as three dashboard pockets – with the center pocket large enough to accommodate the Kawasaki Genuine Accessories audio system – and two cupholders built into the bodywork in front of the dashboard.
A multi-function LCD instrument cluster provides a large, intuitive, easy-to-read display that includes an array of information from speedometer, odometer and hour meter to fuel gauge, dual trip meters, 2WD/4WD indicators, clock and more.
Passengers can also power their accessories with a number of built-in 12-volt outlets. These are powered by the high-output alternator, which delivers.8 amps (at 2,000rpm with the headlights on).
The Ranch Edition includes two 12V power outlets up front that will supply up to 120 watts, as well as an additional two outlets in the rear of the vehicle.