bench seat. When you remove the
flat bench seat, you expose a large
cavity that can be utilized. On the
outside, you can see a little Teryx4
influence in the body design. It has
similar doors with easy automotive
latches, color-matched bed sides and
more angular lines in the hood when
compared to previous Mules.
Mules have traditionally been a
very rough ride if ventured off of
flat ground. This machine is a total
departure from that concept. All four
corners feature dual A-arms and a
spring preload-adjustable shocks.
The setup is very similar to that of
the Teryx, only without the high-end
Fox shocks. Wheel travel is a very
impressive 8. 7 inches up front and
8. 5 inches in the rear. Although the
seating is bench style, you feel like
you’re in a more sporty cockpit. The
steering wheel tilts on the EPS model
and has a nice sold feel. The driving
position is a little better than in the
When you stab the gas pedal, you
feel a strong motor with good low-end
torque. The CVT clutch is not jerky and
starts pulling from a very low rpm.
Again, the tone from the exhaust is
very quiet, as quiet as the Ranger 900.
Power is smooth all the way through
the rpm band up to a top speed of 47
mph. It’s not exciting power but it’s
This Mule carries more people in a smaller chassis than any
other UTV available. It can quickly be transformed from a six-seat unit to a three-seater. It’s also ultra quiet out on the trails.
A complete digital dash setup monitors all functions, including speed, distance and warning lights. We got the speedo to
top out at 46 mph going downhill.