G-100 Utility Vehicle


June 27, 2017 - Equipment

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Taylor Dunn</em></p>

Taylor-Dunn has co-produced a new gasoline-powered G-100 utility vehicle with Polaris. The G-100 is designed with durability, comfort, and safety in mind.

A liquid-cooled, electronic fuel-injected Polaris Pro-Star 32-hp gasoline motor gives the G-100 the power and torque for hauling and towing goods. The G-100 comes standard with a locking differential, MacPherson strut front suspension with 9 inches of travel, and dual a-arm independent rear suspension with 10 inches of travel.

The G-100 boasts a standard roll-over protection system cage, 3-point safety belts for passenger and driver, and a polyurethan roof and windshield. Four-wheel hydraulic disk brakes allow for quick stopping power.

The G-100 has a 1,000-lb. payload and 1,500-lb. towing capacity, and an 8.8-gallon fuel tank. The utility vehicle accepts almost all Polaris Lock & Ride accessories, allowing for greater customization.

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