2019 Kawasaki MULE PRO-FX EPS Release Date – Originally introduced in June 2019, the completely redesigned Mule family has proven to be a reliable addition to the 3 to 6 passenger conversion models. Kawasaki recently released three 2019 Kawasaki MULE PRO-FX EPS working class people for ranchers / hand ranch or inland hunters who need a reliable engine in a somewhat smaller size. Our turn to drive a new Kawasaki SXS family member takes place in Paso Robles, California. The field at the Santa Margarita Farm is not much of a challenge for the capable Mule Pro FX, but the region still delivers a clear message about what big Mule means: hard work.
Just like the original 2019 Kawasaki MULE PRO-FX EPS, Kawasaki MULE PRO-FX EPS has a powerful inline three-cylinder engine. These gas burners produce large amounts of low-end torque up to mid-range and are highly responsive when throttle is more widely applied in the region. The 812cc fuel injection engine is completely accessible to mechanics who want to work on their own machines. Simply checking the oil or even replacing the spark plug is easily done by lifting the cargo bed and starting work. There is also an access panels on the right side to get to the air filter and battery. Kawasaki has told us that the Diesel engine will be plugged into Mule as Pro DX for the three-seat version and 6-passenger DXT model in December 2015. This is good news for diesel-powered riders.
The Kawasaki MULE PRO-FX EPS cargo capacity is £ 1000 in steel beds and just like the 6 passenger version of this machine, the tow barrier will pull up to 2,000lbs. In our eyes this is an impressive amount of cargo and thin weight to be carried in SXS. Steel beds not only look tough, but Kawasaki claims a full-size palette (40×48) will fit between the fenders. Other welcome features are some of the dividers that are on the sides and front of the bed. This is useful for keeping tools installed and for segmenting designated areas with boards to keep each feed or bucket of seeds upright. The built-in headache rack on the front of the bed makes the charge in bed when you need to stop quickly.
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2019 Kawasaki MULE PRO-FX EPS – Engine
The 2019 Kawasaki MULE PRO-FX EPS power of this engine comes from a sturdy 812cc fuel injection engine, but the delivery is very linear and seems a bit spare. Pumping 48 lb-ft of torque, triple cylinder has a lot of grunts. From a working point of view this machine vibrates easily and does not seem to have trouble pulling our trailer. Ratings for two-inch receivers are higher than 2,000 lbs, so we try to get closer to see what kind of extreme loads are behind the wheel. This bed is rated 1,000 behind drivers and passengers. Unfortunately I did not have time to fill the bed for this test, but the surface diamond steel plate still screamed tough.
In terms of heavy pulling weights, I hardly even feel the resistance of the trailer. Steel, cinderblock and cribbage lodges loaded into the trailer are completely unsuitable for Mule determination. By using dual-mode dual differential, it allows us to have both rear wheels of interest when the field becomes careless. When I need it, the differential mode of the tour allows a more complicated journey across a sensitive field. This allows the driver to prevent damage to the property by releasing or opening the back so that each wheel can rotate independently.
On the path, one of the things that comes to mind is the long wheelbase, which is obvious when crossing the water. Longer axis distance is likely to rub the belly on the air break, but also allows the platform to be more stable and quite comfortable on the rough track. This mule really surprised us for comfort and steady control on the path.
Kawasaki’s 212mm dual disc and dual piston calipers take care of the front braking, while dual dual piston calipers on the same 212mm disc cover the stop power. My experience on the trail was in a machine that was not transported and there was no heavy load, but the brakes worked very well. When filling the heavy loads on the back I was seen, but getting Kawasaki MULE PRO-FX EPS that slowed to a stop did not seem to resonate in our minds.
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2019 Kawasaki MULE PRO-FX EPS – Test Ride
2019 Kawasaki MULE PRO-FX EPS with Transmission CVT belt-driven between the power to the rear wheels and has a natural retaining, which will help the climb as a type of engine braking. The dual rear mode difference allows the driver to have both rear wheels pulled off when the track becomes careless but more complex journeys are still needed to remove ground damage under the 26-inch tire.
Moving this type of weight is very impressive, but Kawasaki understands you should also be able to control and stop simultaneously so dual dual disc and piston dual caliper piston engine front. On the back you will find a single double piston caliper on the same 212mm disc. During our test trip, we felt when the engine was not installed, the brakes well, but it would be interesting to see whether the brakes work with full beds or when pulling them.
The inside of the new Mule Pro-FX EPS is very similar to the six-passenger version of Pro-FXT minus the second row of seats. With bench-seat occupants can easily enter and exit from both sides of the machine. Holding the steering during the operation feels comfortable and accommodating thanks to the suitability of a 40 degree steering tilt on the power-steering-equipped model. We may believe tilt steering is not available for non-EPS models, but may be related to upgrades or add-on versions of Mule Pro-FX.
A powerful, simple and powerful Mantra from the new Mule also plays on the dashboard. The parking brake lever is located well within the right range on the left of the steering wheel, while the gear selections are just to the right of the wheel. The digital dash also looks very familiar and has experienced some Kawasaki engine models. The dashboard is very informed that you are in 2WD or 4WD and how much fuel is left in your 7.9 gallon fuel tank. It also provides vehicle speed and trip meter features, among other cool features. Floor inside the spacious Kawasaki MULE PRO-FX EPS cabin and tile for extra grip if road or workplace becomes muddy. Wide brake pedals also provide a handle on wet or bad conditions.
Storage for working vehicles can be very important, so Kawasaki Mule Pro-FX has large in-dash storage and storage under the seat for stashing gear. The steel bed also features a shelf for the bed of the cabin to ensure no equipment or cargo does not fit into the cabin.
During our tests in the California Central Coast wine town of Paso Robles, we were able to gather our first impression of the new Mule Pro-FX about the kind of ranch roads and farmland where UTV workers are at home. Our simple opinion that Kawasaki Mule fits well in this scenery, offering a comfortable ride and showing its meat as a natural worker. If we have a wish list to improve this machine, it will probably further strengthen the seat to make you feel stronger in the off-camber field, as well as a slightly arrogant throttle response. Power delivery is very linear and effective, but it has peaked by half to three quarters of throttle, because there are few reactions at the moment.
One great feature that is worth noting is the ease of vehicle maintenance. If you are a livestock owner, farmer or consumer who likes music, you will appreciate the spacious engine bay and access to electronic goods, if necessary care or attention. Fender full wells also keep mud and dirt from accumulating in a narrow place and stay in your machine.
2019 Kawasaki MULE PRO-FX EPS is able to stretch slightly, and ground clearance of 10.4 inches gives us plenty of room to avoid rocks or roots along more dangerous trail areas. Electronic Power Steering makes it easy to direct new Mule where we need it and we can only sound full full without power steering will be full of regret. The fact that there is a three year warranty that supports this machine is also another item to consider. Kawasaki will also release this December diesel model with Kawasaki MULE PRO-FX EPS. We can only reach the great donkey when hit by the plow!