The higher clearance of the Workman GTX Utility Vehicles protects golf courses by making it easier for operators to drive over rough or uneven areas without causing damage. - Photo courtesy of Toro

The higher clearance of the Workman GTX Utility Vehicles protects golf courses by making it easier for operators to drive over rough or uneven areas without causing damage.

Photo courtesy of Toro

Toro has made new additions to its lineup of Workman GTX Utility Vehicles. The Workman GTX Lithium-Ion Lifted and Workman GTX EFI Lifted models each provide an additional three inches of ground clearance compared to traditional Workman GTX machines. The EFI unit is currently available, and the lithium-ion powered unit is available in March.

The higher clearance protects golf courses by making it easier for operators to drive over rough or uneven areas without causing damage. Plus, it reduces the risk of accidentally dragging debris that can gouge the turf. Both models utilize modern 12-inch wheels and large 22-inch tires that protect the course by evenly distributing weight, and the tires feature a tread pattern specially designed for driving over turf.

The lithium-ion technology powering the new Workman GTX Lithium-Ion Lifted model has the largest cargo capacity of any lithium-ion powered model in its class, so it can handle big jobs. And because the lithium-ion power packs are nearly 26% lighter than lead-acid batteries, it doesn’t leave a big impression on course turf. The power packs are also maintenance-free, so the machine is always ready to get to work and has a long lifespan.