Kawasaki Recently Detailed the 2025 Mule UTV

The UTVs are on sale now.

The Mule is available in a staggering number of configurations.Kawasaki

Kawasaki revealed the new 2025 Mule, showing a line of UTVs with strong capability and seating for up to four people in some configurations. Pricing for the lineup starts at $8,299 for the basic Mule SX, while the range-topping Mule 4010 Trans4x4 Camo model crests the $14,000 mark.

Full specs are forthcoming, but Kawasaki outlined numbers for some configurations. The 2025 Mule Pro-MX gets a 695cc engine, making 42.7 lb.-ft. of torque. It offers a 699-pound cargo bed capacity, 1,500 pounds of towing, 1,200 pounds of payload, and seating for two. Buyers can add an SE package that brings a winch, a sun top, graphics, and cast-aluminum wheels. Some variants get 2WD, while most offer 4WD.

One of the most important parts of the Mule package is the “Shinari-tuned frame.” Shinari is a Japanese word that relates to an object’s ability to bend without breaking. Kawasaki said the Mule’s frame has a ladder-type construction that balances stiffness with ride comfort and durability. The UTV features rubber engine mounts and bracing to keep vibrations to a minimum, and some models offer cropped bumpers for extreme approach and departure angles.

All 2025 Kawasaki Mules are available now. Color and feature availability depend on the model and configuration. The company backs all models with a three-year limited warranty.

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