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2018 KAWASAKI MULE PRO-FXR

Posted on June 7, 2017
2018 KAWASAKI MULE PRO-FXR

Following multiple accolades for its MULE PRO series, Kawasaki has upped its game once again with the addition of the MULE PRO-FXR™ side x side to the 2018 lineup. The new MULE PRO-FXR features increased recreational abilities and premium styling that further establishes the full-size, compact side x side as the customer’s dependable work partner.

Developed alongside the PRO-FXT™ and PRO-FX™models, the new MULE PRO-FXR side x side shares the same engine and smooth acceleration, meaning it’s still the fastest most powerful MULE™ ever built, with independent suspension, powerful disc brakes, effective engine braking and Kawasaki’s acclaimed EPS, speed-sensitive power steering. All of that is packaged into a more compact design, shorter than the other MULE PRO models, with improved ground clearance and turning radius.

Designed to appeal to someone who likes to play as a hard as they work, the styling of the MULE PRO-FXR side x side has a tough, truck like appearance with a painted hood and grill, low-profile LED inner and halogen outer headlights,front and rear bumpers as well as seating capacity for three in its contoured two-tone seats. While it has a recreational side, the MULE PRO-FXR is still built Kawasaki STRONG with steel cargo bed that has a 1000-pound carrying capacity (600-pound carrying capacity in California) and the ability to tow up to 2000 pounds.

With this much capability, the MULE PRO-FXR is sure to impress your neighbors, even if the closest one is a half-mile away.

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