Utility Fleet

Brutus Commerical Vehicle with Cab, Heat & A/C


September 4, 2013 - Equipment

Polaris Industries Inc. expanded its purpose-built commercial vehicle line, Polaris Brutus, to include the Brutus base model with cab, heat, and air conditioning. The new Brutus model enhances the level of comfort, versatility, and productivity by integrating key offerings from the Brutus HD and Brutus HDPTO models.

A fully enclosed, factory-installed cab with heating, defrost, and air conditioning ensures comfort. With seating for three adults, the vehicle’s slide-through access makes it easy for passengers to enter and exit the cab.

Standard features include a 24-hp diesel engine with hydrostatic transmission, On-Demand True All-Wheel Drive, and treadle pedal for seamless- and shiftless- forward and reverse travel. The new model also features an electric bed lift for the pallet-sized cargo box.

The side-by-side utility vehicle uses a multi-link coil over De Dion rear suspension. It minimizes suspension sag when the 1,250-lb. capacity rear cargo box is fully loaded and maintains class-leading ground clearance when trailering with its 2,000-lb. towing capacity, according to the company.

All models feature Polaris’ exclusive Lock & Ride cargo system, with a full line of cab, storage, and vehicle protection accessories also available. Brutus vehicles come with a 12-month standard warranty.

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