Kawasaki Motor Corporation, USA, manufacturer of Kawasaki Mule, has become an endorsed product sponsor of DIESEL Motorsports for the upcoming 2016-2017 season. Kawasaki will be the “Official Diesel ATV/UTV” sponsor for the diesel only race and pulling series, which hosts over 65 events nationwide.
“Kawasaki is very important for our diesel market because so many of the enthusiasts are using ATV/UTVs at the track, farm, or recreation,” said President of DIESEL Motorsports, Ron Knoch. “Not only producing a more efficient diesel Mule UTV for our enthusiast but they are made in Lincoln, NE where may of our diesel people reside in the Midwest.”
The diesel Mules are available at many Kawasaki dealers across the United States and are available in six different models for use in recreation, farm, or utility work.
The Kawasaki MULE PRO Series side x dies feature the most capable diesel-powered MULE™ ever built. The MULE PRO-DXT™ features generous cargo bed size and the versatile Trans Cab™ seating layout that features two rows of seats to hold up to six passengers comfortably and easily converts to a single row three passenger configuration for more cargo capability.
The MULE PRO-DX™ has class-leading capacity of its cargo bed that will accept a standard-size pallet, while still seating up to three passengers. Because it comes from Kawasaki, the MULE PRO Series side x sides are backed by 130 years of industrial and engineering excellence that began with shipbuilding and continues with aircraft parts, robots, rail cars, gas turbines and more.
The new MULE PRO diesel models are assembled in America at Kawasaki’s Lincoln, Nebraska manufacturing plant and are built Kawasaki STRONG for ultimate durability, capability and comfort. The Kawasaki MULE PRO diesel models have the power to be your best friend on any job site, farm or construction zone.
DIESEL Motorsports is the only SFI sanciotoning body for diesel motor sports in drag racing, sled pulling, and dyno competitions. DIESEL Motorsports was started in 2006 and holds over 65 affiliate events and 6 regional events nationwide. The season begins in April and runs through October.