Kawasaki is bringing some full-size features to a smaller package with an all-new model for 2019, the Mule Pro-MX.
This midsize Pro-MX model brings along a torque-laden powerplant to make sure it can deliver on big jobs, though it is considerably smaller than the full size Pro-FX. For comparison, the MX is 60 inches wide versus the FX at 64 inches, while the wheelbase difference is huge, coming in at 78.9 and 92.3 for the MX and FX respectively.
Powering the MX is a 695cc single-cylinder engine that makes 42.7 lb-ft of torque, a fairly large number when you consider that the three-cylinder engine in the larger FX model makes just 48 lb-ft of torque.
Our test model is the Mule Pro-MX EPS LE, which adds a standard sun top roof and a set of cast aluminum wheels to the mix to offer some added convenience and style. A host of accessories, including a windshield, winch, front brush guard and more are also fitted to our tester.
Watch the video above to check out the Mule Pro-MX and then stay tuned for a full review in the near future.