Kawasaki 3010 Mule Specs

by Phil Whitmer

The Kawasaki 3010 Mule is a four-wheel-drive on- and off-road all-terrain utility vehicle. It came in a transformable and a 953-cc, three-cylinder diesel engine version. The Mule Trans4x4 has a rear folding bench seat that allows for an extended cargo bed.

Engine

The 2008 Kawasaki Mule 3010 features a 617-cc, four-stroke, V-twin engine with overhead valves. It uses a Mikuni BW26 carburetor and has an electronic ignition system. The liquid-cooled motor has a bore and stroke of 76-mm by 68-mm with a 10.3:1 compression ratio. Its snorkel-type air filter has two-stage, cyclone-type replaceable elements.

Chassis

The 3010 Mule has a ladder-type frame with a tiltable cargo bed. It has selectable four-wheel drive and an automatic transmission with high and low range with a reverse gear. It rides on DeDion rear leaf-spring suspension with front MacPherson struts. The Mule has four-wheel, sealed hydraulic drum brakes and rack and pinion steering.

Physical Dimensions

The 3010 Mule is 112.6 inches long, 57.5 inches wide and 76.2 inches tall. It has a 73.6-inch wheelbase with 7.2 inches of ground clearance. Its dry weight is 1,314 lbs. It carries 803 lbs. and tows 1,200 lbs.

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