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RTV-X1120 Series UTVs

Kubota

January 16, 2018 - Equipment

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

The new RTV-X1120 series utility vehicles from Kubota Tractor Corporation are designed for commercial customers who use the machines for heavy-duty work every day.

The RTV-X1120 features a 24.8 gross hp diesel engine. The engine and VHT-X transmission provide a top speed of 29 mph as well as plenty of hill-climbing power. With the increased speed comes an increased dynamic load, so the RTV-X1120 comes equipped with three-point seatbelts for safety.

Designed for reducing operator fatigue during long work days, the RTV-X1120 features new shoulder restraints for the operator and passenger, ergonomically designed 60:40 split bucket seats, digital dashboard display, fully hydraulic power steering, easily accessible parking brake, and large under-seat storage compartments.

The heavy-duty cargo steel cargo box on the RTV-X1120 models provides ample room to haul gear, supplies, tools, and material around a jobsite. Plus, with the simple switch of a lever, the hydraulic-lift (in worksite models only) cargo box rises to dump materials, allowing more efficiency and less manual labor unloading cargo. Standard two-inch receivers are located at the front and back of the vehicle, allowing a tow capacity up to 1,300 lbs.

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