tuned for comfort at sensible speeds
on decent terrain. If you respect
what it was designed for, the ride is
impressively smooth, but it’s not as
luxuriously plush as Kawasaki’s Pro-FX
Mules. Fail to adjust your speed for big
bumps or really rough-going and it will
inches. The 4WD system doesn’t offer
front differential lock, but the Mule will
motor through most crossings just fine
HOW IS IT FOR HILLS?
Hills on normal trails are no problem,
but don’t try to follow faster UTVs up
everything they climb. As long as you
Surprisingly well prepared. The
Mule SX’s engine uses the cage as a
snorkel, drawing air for the engine and
transmission above the driver’s head!
The engine and transmission exhaust
aren’t snorkeled, so you can’t get too
crazy. Ground clearance on the base
4x4 is just 6. 7 inches. XCs have 8.1
The compact, affordable Mule SX fits tight budgets and tight spaces easily.
MacPherson-strut front suspension provides a comfortable ride at
relaxed speeds even in rugged terrain, but its 3.1 inches of travel isn’t
enough for a fast pace in rough-going.
Truck-like solid-axle rear suspension doesn’t squat under loads and
lose ground clearance like independent rear suspension.