Most are experiencing really bad front end problems. If they haven't yet they will soon enough. Buddy bought one and he only had 3 hours on it when front end went bad. Kawasaki is selling them to the public knowing they have serious issues with the design is what I am hearing. I also think the 3 yr warranty is to cover this mess they have now IMO.
Their 3 year warranty is to continue their tradition of having the best warranty in the business... That's nothing new.
While they've never been the fastest, smoothest, or most sporty UTV, Kawasaki has long been the most durable, longest lasting UTV in the industry.. Show me an 11 or 12 year old Polaris that sells for 60-70% of what it was new.. It doesn't happen. Kawasaki Mules do it everyday