All four corners of the Mule are
equipped with dual A-arms and pre-load-adjustable shocks. We leave them
at full soft, unless we have a big load,
then we crank them up.
Both machines have hydraulic disc
brakes in the front and rear. The Ranger
has about 2 inches more wheel travel
and can soak up hard hits better.
With such an extensive lineup,
you can likely find a multi-passenger
Polaris Ranger to fit your exact needs
and price range. They all work great,
and the XP 900 version does it very
quickly. It may not be better than the
Mule everywhere, but it’s really good
in most places. The Kawasaki Mule
PRO-FXT works almost perfectly 100
percent of the time. It’s not as fast
as the Ranger, but when we look at
machines like this, speed is not a priority, and only you know if it is for you.
If it had the amount of extra under-seat storage and the useful dash like
the Ranger, we would call it perfect.
So, at the end of the day, we still hold
these two machines at the top of our
multi-passenger work/play vehicle