Equipment

Brutus HDPTO Utility Vehicle

Polaris

March 24, 2015 - Equipment

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Polaris</em></p>

Polaris Industries’ new HDPTO provides the flexibility to configure the cab enclosure to the job, while the Deluxe version offers improved in-cab experience.

The vehicles include a new Tier 4-compliant, 24 hp Kohler diesel engine. The three-cylinder overhead cam design and indirect injection delivers smooth power, reduced combustion, and minimal noise and vibration, according to the company. Biodiesel fuels of up to B-20 are approved for use with the engine.

Other 2015 Brutus enhancements include:

  • Cab: The HDPTO allows users to configure the frame based on needs with optional Lock & Ride Pro-Fit accessories, while the HDPTO Deluxe offers a fully-enclosed cab complete with a noise seal-off kit, windshield wiper assembly, heat, defrost, and air conditioning.
  • Alternator: A more powerful, 110 amp alternator provides power to fit all types of electrical needs.
  • Cargo box frame: A strengthened cargo box frame is designed to work seamlessly with the new utility spreader attachment.

Introduced in 2013, Brutus is Polaris’ first purpose-built commercial utility vehicle that delivers front-end power take-off (PTO) capability. The new offerings will be available spring 2015 and come with a 12-month standard warranty.

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