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10 Lokakuu 2022 The Pro Force – Kawasaki announces 2023 ATV/MULE line-up

Built tough to take on the toughest of conditions and deliver loyal life-long durability, Kawasaki’s ATV and MULE range for 2023 encompasses three MULE utility vehicles and two variants of its mighty 750 cm3 V-twin engined ATV.

Aptly named Brute Force, the 750 4x4i EPS boasts industry leading ATV features including speed variable Electronic Power Steering (EPS) plus the kind of torque and all-day working performance that farmers and commercial users demand. Those who seek the very best find welcome satisfaction with the features and outstanding performance of this tried and trusted ATV including a fully enclosed rear brake, CVT, electronic power steering, a digital meter panel and a towing capacity that is truly impressive. Add Super Black updated graphics and the 2023 Brute Force 750 is a top of list choice in its field.

But it’s not just fields where this ATV excels; on the trail or in the woods many sporting and leisure owners opt for the camo version of this powerful partner sharing the same spec including selectable 2- and 4-wheel drive plus hi and low range gear ratios coupled to double wishbone suspension and prodigious suspension travel. Super Black or Camo, the choice is as tough as the Brute Force itself.

In terms of Utility Vehicles, Kawasaki offers three body and spec variants for 2023 starting with the MULE SX with its OHV 410cc gasoline fueled engine that makes light work of maximum 181kg loads and a 500kg towing capacity. Attractively styled like a pick-up but a lot smaller and more agile in tight spaces, the SX has found favour with equestrian users and specialist farmers and growers working on a small to medium scale. Thanks to selectable 2WD and 4WD with a Hi-Lo dual-range transfer case and rear differential lock this Go-Anywhere / Do-Anything MULE offers a tipping cargo bed, automotive style dashboard and even a tilting steering wheel to make getting in and out easy. In Timberline Green for the coming season, the MULE SX is eager to please and doggedly reliable.

Taking things up a notch – and moving to diesel power – is the MULE Pro-DX. Equipped with the work proven 993 cm³ engine producing 17.8 kW {24 PS} at 3,600 rpm, this MULE boasts the largest cargo bed in its class, hence its popularity on large estates and farms where the movement of feed and seed is just one of many seasonal chores. A genuine two-seater with seat belts and a tubular safety frame, the Pro-DX with its stable, wide-body chassis, hydraulic disc brakes and electrically selectable 4WD plus rear differential lock has become as essential as a tractor for many farms and proved itself as machine of choice with a variety of users from airfields to emergency services and civil engineers to remote country estates.

The two-four combination is not just a feature of the driven wheels on the Kawasaki MULE as the top of line Pro-DXT with its electrically selectable 4WD & rear differential lock offers seating options of either driver and passenger with large tipping cargo bed on hydraulic struts or – in a few simple actions – driver and three passengers yet still with a (reduced size) cargo bed. With no fuss an operator can take a full cargo bed of supplies and materials to a work group and then, if needed, bring three of them back to base… plus their tools. For large scale farms this
adaptability has become a significant feature and has done much to cement the reputation of this unique to market machine. Sharing much of the same spec as the MULE Pro-DX, the DXT ably lives up to the MULE strapline “Built Strong to Work Hard”.

Single user, driver and passenger or driver and three passengers, work or leisure, if you need reliability, durability and a time-served reputation the only ATV or Utility Vehicle choice in 2023 is Brute Force and MULE from Kawasaki.