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Kawasaki Mule 4010 Trans 4×4 Camo

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The 2016 Mule 4010 Trans 4×4 Camo side x side with Realtree Xtra Green Camo pattern exudes the outdoor sportsman lifestyle. This versatile mid-size four-passenger workhorse is well equipped to put in a hard day of work and support hunting and fishing adventures.

Key Features

Engine4-stroke, 2-cylinder, OHV, 90 Degree V Liquid-cooled
Bore x Stroke76.0 x 68.0mm
Compression Ratio10.3:1
Maximum Torque34.7 lb-ft @2500 rpm
Fuel SystemDFI w/ 34mm Mikuni throttle body
IgnitionDigital electronic
TransmissionContinuously Variable Transmission (CVT) with high and low range, forward, and reverse 2WD/4WD
Final DriveShaft, selectable 4-wheel drive with dual-model differential
Alternator Output (max)23 amp
Front Suspension/Wheel TravelIndependent, MacPherson strut/3.9 in
Rear Suspension/Wheel TravelSemi-independent, De Dion axle with leaf springs and shocks/2.8 in
Front Tires23×11-10 tubeless
Rear Tires23×11-10 tubeless
SteeringElectric power assisted rack-and-pinion
Front Brakes4-wheel hydraulic drums, sealed
Rear Brakes4-wheel hydraulic drums, sealed
Ground Clearance7.1 in
Fuel Capacity6.3 gal
Turning Radius12.8 ft
Roll Over Protective StructureStructure meets ROPS requirements for wheeled tractors under SAE J1194, 7.1.1, 7.1.2, and 7.5 and meets the FMVSS 216 Roof Crush resistance requirement
Cargo Bed Dimensions (LxWxH)50.4/30.3 x 47.6 x 11.2 in
Cargo Bed Capacity400 lb/800 lb (4/2-pass mode)
Load Capacity1330lb
Seating Capacity4 (2 front/2 rear)
Towing Capacity1200 lb
Lighting(2) 35-watt sealed-beam headlights, (2) 5/21-watt tail/brake lights
Frame TypeSteel tube ladder type
Overall Length128.5 in
Overall Width58.5 in
Overall Height75.8 in
Curb Weight1,586.9 lb**
Wheelbase85.2 in
InstrumentsParking brake warning light, coolant temperature warning light, horn 12V DC outlet
Color ChoicesRealtree Xtra Green Camo
WarrantyKawasaki Strong 3 Year Limited Warranty
Kawasaki Protection Plus (Optional)12, 24 or 36 months

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