A utility vehicle helps you perform different projects around your home, including moving items around your farm or property, and you can even add attachments to these vehicles. John Deere produces the Gator series of utility vehicles, which includes a utility crossover model that offers you more functionality than the standard utility vehicle. Crossovers have more space in the cargo box for additional tools or loads, and they feature an independent rear suspension to stabilize the vehicle under heavy load.
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The XUV series is a combination utility vehicle and truck. The three models in the series include the 625i, 825i and 855D. The dimensions of all the models are 119 inches long, 62 inches wide and 75 inches high, with a weight of 1,630 pounds. The wheelbase measures 79 inches, and all models have a towing capacity of 1,500 pounds. These vehicles are available in olive and black, camouflage, or green and black. The 625i and 825i both use a four-cycle, electronic fuel injection engine, and the 855D has a four-cycle diesel engine. The 825i produces up to 47 foot-pounds of torque at 3,200 revolutions per minute (RPM), and the 625i produces up to 34.6 foot-pounds of torque at 2,100 RPM. The 855D produces up to 36.9 foot-pounds of torque at 2,400 RPM while the 625i produces up to 23 horsepower and 1,125 RPM at idle without a load. The 825i produces up to 50 horsepower at 6,000 RPM and up to 1,125 RPM at idle. The 855D produces up to 24.6 horsepower and up to 1,050 RPM at idle. The fast RPM rating is electronically controlled.
The Gator HPX 4x4 has a four-cycle, two-cylinder, 617-cubic centimeter gasoline engine. Its wheelbase length is 75.2 inches, and the HPX measures 113 inches long, 59.3 inches wide and 73.5 inches high. It has a towing capacity of 1,300 pounds. The HPX has a steel cargo box that measures 43.9 inches long, 49 inches wide and 9 inches deep. The engine produces up to 32 foot-pounds of torque at 2,500 RPM and up to 1,125 RPM when idling without a load and up to 3,750 RPM when moving fast without a load. This engine has a 20 horsepower rating. The HPX Diesel comes with a four-cycle, three-cylinder overhead valve, 854-cubic centimeter engine. This powerplant produces up to 20.8 horsepower and up to 33 foot-pounds of torque at 3,350 RPM. The idle RPM rating is 1,050, and the fast RPM rating is 3,650 without a load. The dimensions of this vehicle are 113 inches long, 59.3 inches wide and 73.5 inches high, and its wheelbase is 75.2 inches in length. It has a towing capacity of 1,300 pounds, and the dimensions of the cargo box are 43.9 inches long, 49 inches wide and 9 inches deep.
The CX 4x2 utility vehicle features a four-cycle, air-cooled, 286cc gasoline engine with one cylinder that produces up to 14.5 foot-pounds of torque at 2,500 RPM. The vehicle has a towing capacity of 600 pounds, and the cargo box can hold up to 400 pounds. The dimensions of the CX are 49 inches wide in the rear and 47.2 inches wide in the front, with a height of 44 inches. The wheelbase measures 65.5 inches in length. This engine produces up to 9.5 horsepower. It generates up to 1,150 RPM at idle without a load and up to 3,850 when moving fast without a load.
The Gator has four different models in the T Series: TH 6x4, TX 4x2, TH 6x4 (Diesel) and TS 4x2. Both the TX 4x2 and the TH 6x4 use a 675-cubic centimeter, four-cycle Kawasaki gasoline engine with two cylinders. The TS 4x2 features a 351-cubic centimeter, one-cylinder, four-cycle Kawasaki gasoline engine, which is air-cooled. The TH 6x4 has an 854-cubic centimeter, four-cycle Yanmar diesel engine, which is liquid-cooled and has three cylinders. The TS 4x2 produces up to 11.1 horsepower and up to 17.4 foot-pounds of torque at 2,500 RPM. All of these models, except the TH 6x4 Diesel, have an idle RPM rating of 1,125 without a load, and a fast RPM rating of 3,850 without a load. Without a load, the TH 6x4 Diesel has an idle rating of 1,050 RPM and a fast-moving RPM of 3,650. The TX 4x2, TH 6x4 Gas and TS 4x2 produce up to 19 horsepower and up to 37 foot-pounds of torque at 2,400 RPM. The TH 6x4 Gas produces up to 1,125 RPM at idle and up to 3,850 RPM without a load. The TH 6x4 Diesel produces up to 20.8 horsepower and up to 34.6 foot-pounds of torque. The idle RPM rating is 1,050, and the fast RPM rating is 3,650 without a load.