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  1. In my humble opinion, the most reliable and best value side by side is by far the Kawasaki Mule. I bought a new Mule 2510 in 1997 and drove the daylights out of it, zero problems. I now have a Mule Pro FXR with 1300 miles and absolutely love the machine, just zero complaints.
  2. I own a Mule Pro FXR and love it. However, my neighbors also own a Mule 600 and a golf cart and they much prefer driving the cart because of the added comfort, quietness, etc. Golf cars are way underrated. Your comment makes sense for many people! Yes, some 4WD carts are available. https://carolinagolfcars.com/cart-sales/4x4s-consumer-utility-vehicles/
  3. I own a Mule Pro FXR and love it. However, my neighbors also own a Mule 600 and a golf cart and they much prefer driving the cart because of the added comfort, quietness, etc. Golf cars are way underrated. Your comment makes sense for many people!
  4. Hi Farmhand, I totally understand where you are coming from. I just bought my buddies 2018 Mule Pro FXR, 200 miles on it, 47 hours. I gave him $12000, and he bought a 2020 FXT, mainly because he is wealthy and likes new stuff. In 1997, bought a new Mule 2510, which is now the 4010. I used that until 2012 when I bought a Kubota RTV900, which was just too noisy but bullet proof reliable. That Mule 2510 was totally reliable in the 15 years I owned it, and it was driven hard, hauling wood, abused by the grandkids, etc. I've researched the devil out of the FXR and almost impossible to find negative remarks. I would not pay for the extended warranty! I will do all of my own maintenance, oil and filter, transmission, etc. My closest dealer is 50 miles away round trip. Good luck in whatever you decide.
  5. I started with a new 1997 Kawasaki Mule , which was bullet proof reliable with much hard work, then moved to a new 2013 Kubota RTV900 diesel which I just sold because it was too noisy. I'm now leaning toward a new 2021 Kawasaki Mule Pro FXR or possibly the Honda Pioneer 1000. Kawasaki Mule's have a 3 year warranty, the best of all RTV's. Yes, the Mule Pro FX's do have the Chery Chinese made engines but if you research them, it's almost impossible to find poor reviews. Regarding, the 2021 Mule Pro FXR, they are not even announced yet, other than the diesel model. I have a gut feeling that the 2021 will have major changes, possibly that new Kawasaki twin cylinder presently in the Tyrex (?) model.


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