Introducing the Newest RTV to Kubota Line-Up

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Whether you choose Gas or Diesel!

 

Multiple Color Options!

 

We have you covered in an array of Kubota RTV options

 

Even the amazing RTVX-1140 that seats up to 4 Adults and feature K-vertible™ which allows you to convert to a 2-Seater with larger cargo bed! Kubota RTVs have been the best-selling diesel utility vehicle in North America since 2004*, and no wonder. Each year, they set the standard for ruggedness and reliability, proving themselves ready to work day afterday under all kinds of conditions. Well, the best just got a whole lot better.

Meet the all-new Kubota RTV X-Series, 3 rough and ready RTVs that raise the bar on comfort, convenience, and performance. It's a whole new driving experience, too. With a smoother ride, better drivability, more legroom and improved ergonomics throughout. 

 

 

Buckle-Up and let's explore the RTV Line-Up!

 

ALL-NEW XG850

ALL-NEW XG850

  • 48 HP Gasoline Engine
  • 40 mph Transport Speed
  • CVT w/ Centrifugal Clutch
  • 1,000 lb Max Payload
  • 2,000lb Max Towing Capacity
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RTV400Ci

RTV400Ci

  • 16 HP
  • Air-cooled EFI Gas Engine
  • 999 lb Max Payload Weight
  • 1,102 lb Towing Capacity
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RTV500

RTV500

  • 17.3 HP
  • Liquid Cooled EFI Gas Engine
  • 949 lb Max Payload Capacity
  • 1,102 Max Towing Capacity
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RTV X900

RTV X900

  • 21.6 HP
  • Kubota Diesel Engine
  • 1,664 lb Max Payload Capacity
  • 1,300 lb Max Towing Capacity
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RTV X1100C

RTV X1100C

  • 24.8 HP
  • Kubota Diesel Engine
  • 1,629 lb Max Payload Capacity
  • 1,300 lb Max Towing Capacity
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RTV X1120D

RTV X1120D

  • 24.8 HP
  • Kubota Diesel Engine
  • 1,510 lb Max Payload Capacity
  • 1,300 lb Max Towing Capacity
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RTV X1140

RTV X1140

  • 21.6 HP
  • Kubota Diesel Engine
  • 1,629 lb Max Payload Capacity
  • 1,300 lb Max Towing Capacity
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Utility Vehicles:

 

Delivering Worksite Versatility


Adding this jobsite staple to your fleet will improve performance while helping control costs

(Article Published on www.EQUIPMENTWORLD.com)

Utility vehicles have long been a valuable jobsite option for increasing efficiency and boosting productivity, particularly in circumstances that prove difficult for conventional trucks. While rough or soft terrain, tight spaces or expansive jobsites may be challenging or costly for a work truck, today's utility vehicles are built to handle such sites effectively and productively.

 

The worksite utility vehicle has evolved, making it more useful than ever before. It's engineered to handle heavier workloads, while maintaining the familiar compact footprint. That, combined with it's ability to handle just about any attachment you would want on a jobsite, is rapidly transforming the utility vehicle from a piece of equipment you should have into one you must have.

 

Because utility vehicles move people and material more efficiently - and at a lower operating cost - than a truck, they are a more sustainable solution on the jobsite. Roger Gifford, product marketing manager for utility vehicles, Kubota, sees this as a substantial shift in the marketplace, and an exciting opportunity for contractors.

 

"Because of the growing attachment market, utility vehicles have more uses on the jobsite and are ready to work day-in and day-out in all types of conditions, "Gifford says. "As a result, we as a manufacturer are engineering utilty vehicles that are taking the place of trucks, tractors and other more expensive units, and bringing to market a wide range of true utiltiy functionality."

 

Choosing Functional Features

While their capacity for transporting personnel and material across jobsites at a low operating cost provides outstanding functionality for utility vehicles, their ability to accomadate a variety of attachments - and switch between them quickly  - delivers exceptional versatility.

 

Gifford cautions that because utility vehicles are used for such a wide range of applications now, they undergo constant wear and tear, and recommends choosing a model engineered to manage that type of workload. Standard equipment should include a hydrostatic transmission, fully hydraulic steering and enclosed wet disc brakes, as an integrated drive system will work together to provide reliable performance.

 

"If you're looking for substantial work, make sure the front [power take-off system] is gear-box driven," Gifford says. This will deliver durability, better performance, less maintenance and quieter operation. Like all controls, the front PTO should be easy to operate and ergonomically comfortable-intuative, even."

 

In addition to the gear-box driven PTO, a qucick-attach system enables operators to switch from one attachment to another in a matter of seconds. Kubota's four-point K-Connect system, for example, accomplishes this task in less than a minute, without the use of any tools. The system can handle a variety of popular attachments such as rotary brooms for jobsite cleanup, With K-Connect, these attachments connect in seconds and can be easily removed for seasonal storage. The control handleand PTO switch offer simple and intuitive control.

 

"Choosing the right machine to add to your fleet is essential to boosting your productivity and improving your bottom line," Gifford says. "When you equip a utility vehicle with powered attachments, you put more strain on the unit itself, so it is essential the vehicle is engineered to handle the work. This combination of standard equipment will provide the durability and performance you need to manage your workload." 

 

*Power Products Marketing North America Utility Vehicle Market Reports

 

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