ATV Connection Reviews the 2016 Kawasaki MULE PRO-FX Lineup
The Kawasaki MULE PRO-FX lineup is better than ever for 2016, and I had a ton of fun finding out why.
We like to think that everything that can be invented already has been. That our labels and classifications are set in stone. ATVs are sat upon while UTVs are sat inside of; ATVs have handlebars and UTVs steering wheels. Then every once in a while a company comes along and turns all of rules we’ve […] More »
The Kawasaki MULE, which stands for Multi-Use Light Equipment, is a side-by-side meant to be your trusty assistant while working, but how much fun has been infused into the new MULE PRO-FXT? Can this “man’s best friend” type of vehicle play fetch, too?
Pint-Size Powder Keg From afar it’s easy to classify the Yamaha Raptor 125 as an entry level ATV. After all, it’s a fairly simplistic; air cooled small bore 4-stroke nestled into a chassis that’s very user-friendly to younger, smaller and beginning riders. And if you chose to view it accordingly, we don’t fault you and […] More »
Don’t be confused by all of these designations, the bottom line is the XC quads, like the 525 tested here, live up to their namesake by being slightly narrower for the trails and boasting more linear power spreads for the variety of conditions an off-roader may encounter. Of course, any one of the quartet of ATVs include KTM’s tireless attention to detail- if that doesn’t mean anything to you, read on.