Kawasaki's Mule 2510 was a two-passenger, four-wheel drive utility vehicle that entered production in 2000. Intended primarily for agricultural and industrial use, the Mule was made of Japanese components and assembled at Kawasaki's Lincoln, Nebraska facility.
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The diesel Mule was powered by a water-cooled, three-cylinder, four-stroke Daihatsu DM950D diesel engine rated 24.5 horsepower at 3,600rpm. It gave the Mule a hauling capacity of 363kg. and a 5.44kg. towing capacity. Top speed of the Mule was limited by a governor to 25mph.
Power is delivered to the wheels by a continually variable belt-drive transmission with on-demand, four-wheel drive. It offers a selectable high/low range for increased traction. A dual-mode differential drove the rear axle and a limited-slip differential was installed up front.
Diesel Mules weighed 537kg. and were 75 inches long and 57 inches wide with a 6.7-inch ground clearance. Wheelbase was 73 inches.
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