Kawasaki Mule is a four-seater UTV that can also be converted into a cargo bed. Kawasaki Mule‘s recent upgrades include an electric power steering system and fuel injection system. The bodywork styling and dash have also been updated. The Mule is a great vehicle for a wide variety of applications, whether you’re looking for a fun ride or a serious workhorse.
2004 Kawasaki Mule 600
Kawasaki Mule 600 is a fun, versatile utility vehicle. Its brawny engine provides plenty of power for outdoor fun, while also boasting great fuel economy. The Mule 600 can easily last an entire day on one tank, making it a versatile vehicle for any situation. With two and four-wheel drive options, the Mule can be used for everything from weekend camping trips to long road trips.
The Mule’s power plant is an industrial-strength 617cc V-twin engine. This engine is tuned to deliver maximum torque even at low engine speeds. The Mule 4000 introduced a host of new features, including a stronger tubular steel front brush guard for improved durability. It also protects the front side from minor debris and impact. A 12V DC outlet is also provided in the center console.
The Mule’s power is impressive for its size. Its long-travel suspensions and high-low ratio make it an ideal machine for rough terrains. The Mule is also capable of hauling heavy loads. With all these features, it’s no wonder it’s a popular utility vehicle. There’s nothing better than being able to do it all without putting your entire life on the line.
The Mule’s trim levels also differ. There’s the base model, which features six trim levels. But there’s also the Mule 4010 Trans, which is offered in camo finish. It’s similar to the base model except for the paint job. The base Mule 3010 model comes with body panels that feature Realtree APG HD wrap, while the four-seat Mule has a matte black finish.
The Mule was introduced as a middleweight UTV in 2004, and it’s based on the former 550. It has a dual-mode differential and independent MacPherson front suspensions for maximum traction. A ROPS-approved security frame is also included. There are multiple options for upgrades and accessories for the Mule 600, so you can customize it to fit your needs. If you want a more powerful version, you can replace the stock tires with Dunlop KT869 4-ply rubber.
The Mule 610 4×4 XC is an off-road adventure machine. This machine has improved ground clearance and a high-torque diesel engine. The Mule 610 4×4 XC also has larger tires and longer suspension arms. The Mule 610 4×4 XC is capable of off-roading in the most challenging terrain. It is also capable of hauling heavy loads.
The Mule 4010 is a full-size side-by-side utility vehicle with excellent all-round capability. Its “transformer” cargo bed gives it an advantage over its competitors, and it offers the most space in the class. The Mule also offers a low-speed drivetrain and an electronically controlled suspension. With these features, the Mule is a great choice for any type of use.
2010 Kawasaki Mule 610 4×4 XC
The Kawasaki Mule has big tires and sporty graphics. The Mule’s engineers also increased the Mule’s ground clearance and width by 1.2 inches. The Mule is also equipped with hydraulic drum brakes. The Mule is a capable off-road vehicle that can handle rough terrain without losing its smooth ride. Its redesigned suspension is also a big improvement over its predecessor.
The engine powering the Kawasaki Mule is 401cc, carbureted, overhead cam design. Its air intake is located on the cab frame, and the oil temperature warning lamp is built into the dash. The Kawasaki Mule is equipped with a clutch and a differential locking lever, as well as easy-to-use controls. The Mule’s headlights are 35 watts.
The transmission on the Kawasaki Mule 610 4×4, meanwhile, is a traditional CVT, or constant velocity fully automatic transmission. Its belt-driven design is suited for a variety of tasks, and the Mule 610 4×4 XC has two-cog belts for long-lasting wear. All transmission components are sealed, so that trail debris cannot enter the engine.
Another highlight of the Kawasaki Mule 610 4×4, is its cargo bed. Its steel bed can hold 400 pounds, and it is secured by tough steel latches on the tailgate. This cargo bed tilts for easy engine access. In addition to being a versatile machine, the Mule 610 4×4 has a plush interior with a bench seat. It is equipped with rear-wheel drive and is capable of towing up to 1,100 lbs.
The MULE 610 4×4 XC is equipped with a powerful drivetrain and features a 401cc fan-cooled overhead-valve engine. It also boasts a continuously variable transmission and easy-to-use automotive controls. It is assembled in Kawasaki’s factory in Lincoln, Nebraska. You can enjoy the Mule 610 4×4 XC with sporty graphics and a Bright White body.
The new Kawasaki Mule 610 4×4, meanwhile, is designed to handle rough terrain. Its 26-inch Maxxis(r) tires are a welcome addition. They increase the vehicle’s ground clearance. The longer suspension arms also enhance rider comfort and improve the Mule’s ability to move across terrain. This side-by-side also comes equipped with a sporty steering wheel.
The Kawasaki Mule 610 4×4. XC has an automatic power drive transmission, belt-driven continuously variable, and high-low dual range transfer case. This system provides excellent control in off-road and climbing conditions. The Mule is also equipped with a front cargo hood that provides easy access to its over-12-gallon sealed storage compartment. The Kawasaki Mule 610 4×4 XC’s transmission system is smooth and reliable. This drive system is paired with a limited slip front and a lockable rear differential that ensures maximum traction and safety.
2011 Kawasaki Mule 4010 Trans4x4
The 2011 Kawasaki Mule 4010 Trans4.4 is a mid-size all-terrain utility vehicle that can easily convert into a four-passenger vehicle. Its six-speed, six-horsepower, four-stroke V-twin engine is equipped with electric power steering, which makes for more comfortable handling, and its dual-mode differential lets you lock the rear wheels for rough terrain and unlock them for smoother roads. The Mule 4010 is also capable of towing up to 1,200 pounds when equipped with the optional draw bar.
The Mule 4010 Trans4x4 offers an expandable passenger compartment and a cargo bed that can comfortably hold four people. It can also easily convert between a two-person vehicle and a four-passenger transport vehicle with the use of adaptable parts. Its innovative design makes it an ideal vehicle for a wide range of uses. There is no need to purchase an extra vehicle or parts.
The Mule 4010 Trans4x4‘s six-horsepower, liquid-cooled V-twin engine is operated by an Electronic Control Unit. The ECU compensates for engine temperature and atmospheric pressure. It also incorporates automatic fast idle speed control and regulates maximum engine speed. Its six-cylinder engine is mated to a continuously variable transmission (CVT). It also offers reverse and high/low range capabilities.
MULE SX(tm) 4×4 XC SE
Kawasaki MULE SX(TM) family of side ‘x sides is styled after the full-sized MULE PRO. Compact and agile, it is capable of a wide range of tasks and can be stored in the bed of a full-size pickup truck. The MULE SX also has a durable steel cargo bed and textured floor. Built tough and durable, it comes with an industry-leading Kawasaki STRONG 3-Year Limited Warranty.
Mule SX features an air-cooled 401cc four-stroke engine with two valves and a 26mm carburetor. The Mule SX’s fully automatic belt-type CVT provides engine braking while the machine is above idle and its lockable rear differential allows for tighter turns and protects delicate turf.
The Mule SX line-up represents Kawasaki’s affordable utility UTVs, and is designed for workers, ranchers, and property owners. A compact machine with an impressive towing capacity of 1100 pounds, the Mule SX is an excellent choice for basic use. It is also compact enough to fit into a full-size pickup truck’s bed and is covered by Kawasaki’s STRONG 3-Year Limited Warranty. Kawasaki offers Kawasaki Genuine Accessories for personalization.
The Kawasaki MULE SX(TM) 4×4 XC SE has a three-year warranty, the same as the Pro-series Mules. It is a refined pure utility UTV with smooth and solid action controls. Its engine is quiet, too, and it comes with a snorkel intake. You can find plenty of storage on the Mule’s spacious interior.
The base trim, the Mule SX, starts at $7299 and includes rear-wheel drive, carbureted engine, and 22-inch tires. The Mule SX 4×4 FI, on the other hand, starts at $8,199 and adds a dual-mode rear differential and dash-mounted horn. The Mule SX Camo FI model adds LED headlights and Realtree Xtra Green Camo plastics.