Kawasaki Bumps Up Mule Pro With Diesel Power

2016 Mule Pro-DX studio2016 KAWASAKI Mule Pro-DX side-by-side gets Tier 4 three-cylinder diesel

The 2016 Kawasaki MULE PRO-DX side x side is still six months way from being at dealers (December), but it appears to be a good choice for anyone looking for a  dependable and capable side-by-side job site workhorse.

This new model uses a Tier 4 993cc three-cylinder diesel engine that provides great power and torque, which is ideal for hauling heavy loads, acceleration and hill ascent.

The lean-running diesel engine meets Tier 4 Final emissions regulations and uses an air pressure sensor to help prevent excess fuel delivery when operating at high altitude.

It also has dual external fuel filters (one is a water/fuel pre-filter) ahed of the main fuel filter, and an electromagnetic fuel pump, which means manual priming is unnecessary if the operator should happen to run out of fuel.

Other than the inclusion of a new 993cc three-cylinder diesel engine, the 2016 Pro-DX remains largely unchanged from the 2015 model that was launched to great acclaim last year.

The 2016 Mule Pro-DX is loaded with a powerful combination of features, which means impressive hauling and towing capacity, independent four-wheel suspension and wide bench seating, selectable four-wheel drive traction with rear differential lock as well as a rugged chassis to soak up all kinds of punishment.