Equipment

RTV-X1140 ‘K-Vertible’ Utility Vehicle

Kubota

November 10, 2015 - Equipment

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

The RTV-X1140, featuring a Kubota K-Vertible cargo conversion system, transforms the vehicle from two passengers and a large cargo bed to four passengers and a cargo bed.

The new five-point Roll Over Protection Structure (ROPS) design allows for more cargo volume and side loading. The RTV-X1140 also comes standard with hydraulic dump bed with 19.1 cubic feet or 9.9 cubic feet capacity, and two-seat and four-seat configuration.

The RTV-X1140 has a 24.8 hp Kubota liquid-cooled diesel engine. With convenient tilt steering and simple inline shifting, the RTV-X1140 has a Variable Hydraulic Transmission that offers wide torque band and large oil cooler that boost performance and durability. Front and rear independent suspension on all four wheels ensures enhanced drivability and handling in most off-road conditions. The RTV-X1140 also offers a full 10.8 inches of suspension travel with the ability to glide over bumps and rugged terrain, according to the company.

A variety of standard and optional features are offered as well. Options include alloy wheels and a factory-installed bed liner to protect the cargo bed from dirt and damage. It comes standard with an ergonomically-designed, split-bench style seat. The RTV-X1140 offers a digital meter cluster with bright, easy-to-read indicators to keep the operator informed of critical driving conditions, including speed, hours, and miles traveled.

Secure lockable storage is also available, with a large glove box on the passenger side and under-seat storage compartments beneath the split-bench seats to provide convenient storage space for tools, tie-downs, and personal items.

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