For the 2021 model year, Kawasaki has introduced three new models to its Kawasaki Mule side-by-side lineup. They include the two-row, six-passenger Mule Pro-DXT EPS FE; the two-row, four-passenger Mule 4010 Trans4x4 FE; and the single-row, two-passenger Mule 4010 4X4 FE.
Every Mule FE model includes multiple accessories as standard equipment. They feature a plastic roof, high visibility orange seat belts, horn, and a universal key. Additionally, FE models are delivered in a Bright White color, allowing users to easily add their logo.
The Mule Pro-DXT EPS FE features Kawasaki’s Trans Cab system that quickly transforms the six-person, two-row cab to a single row, three-passenger machine with a steel floor bed, capable of handling 1,000 lbs. of cargo. It is powered by a 993cc three-cylinder diesel engine mated to a CVT transmission with a 2,000-lb. towing capacity, has four-wheel independent suspension, a 92.3-inch wheelbase, and speed-sensitive electronic power steering (EPS).
The two-row, four-passenger Mule 4010 Trans4x4 FE is powered by Kawasaki’s 617cc V-twin engine with electronic fuel injection and can tow 1,200 lbs. It features a large steel cargo bed that can haul up to 800 lbs. in the two-person configuration, electronic power steering, and an all-new steel rear screen.
The single-row, two-passenger Mule 4010 4X4 FE is powered by Kawasaki’s 617cc V-twin engine and equipped with a large (46.3-inch x 56.1-inch x 11.2-inch) steel cargo bed. This workhorse has a 6.3-gallon fuel tank and is easy to operate with durable mechanical controls as well as the all-new steel rear screen.
The entire Mule FE lineup is assembled in Lincoln, Neb., from domestic and imported parts. The Fleet Edition Mule models will be available in July 2020 and feature the Kawasaki Strong 3-year limited warranty.