TERYX DNA, SEATING FOR
SIX AND MUCH MORE!
Kawasaki has been at the forefront of the utility vehicle (UTV) market since it introduced the Mule (Multi-Use Light Equipment) 1000 in 1988, the Mule 2510 in 1992,
the Mule 3000 in 2000 and the 4000-series Mule in 2008. The
4010 Trans4x4 gave owners the option of configuring the Mule
for two or four passengers and took utility to a whole new level,
but it is governed to worksite speeds, while the Teryx 750
was attracting buyers interested in playing and exploring after
work. For 2015, Kawasaki redefines the line with its fastest and
most powerful machine to date, the Mule Pro FXT, with serious
Teryx DNA. We got a chance to see the new Pro FXT being
produced at the Lincoln, Nebraska, factory and try it out before
dealers got to see it, and we’re mightily impressed!