New Vehicles from Husqvarna

Company launches new extended length utility vehicles and offers limited edition model.

4421 Gxp

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CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA – Customers looking for a utility vehicle now have several new options from Husqvarna, including units that seat four passengers. The company is launching two new HUVs (Husqvarna Utility Vehicles) – the Husqvarna HUV4421GXL (23-hp, gasoline-powered) and the Husqvarna HUV4421DXL (20-hp, diesel-powered).

Husqvarna is also offering a limited edition model of the HUV4421XP.

HUV4421GXL and HUV4421DXL
Both XL (extended length) models feature all-wheel drive, auto-locking differentials, certified roll-over protection system (ROPS), a rugged, aircraft-grade aluminum frame, and four-person seating. Tilt steering, front and rear bench seats, a roomy cab and 4-wheel disc brakes add to the comfort and ease of mind.

“For mining, construction, outfitting, agricultural and ranching professionals, these new HUVs offer the strength and reliability for demanding off-road applications,” says Jerry Sandy, product manager for Husqvarna. “With 800 pounds of bed load capacity and 1,600 pounds of total vehicle capacity, customers are able to haul quite a bit of manpower and materials to and from the work site.”

These two models are available for order now at Husqvarna dealers.

A limited edition version of the two-passenger HUV4421XP offers premium options such as black diamond alloy wheels with directional mud tires, fog lights, tail/brake lights, horn and more. Each of the Limited Edition models features an engraved aluminum billet shifter and limited edition glove box badge identifying the unit number. It is also available with a gasoline or diesel engine.

Husqvarna HUVs are available in orange, green or camouflage colors.

Customers can visit to learn more about the HUV line and to find a nearby dealer. The Web site shows a video of an HUV in action and also includes a dealer locator function.

Husqvarna is the world's largest producer of lawn mowers, chainsaws and portable gas-powered garden equipment such as trimmers and blowers. The group is also a world leader in diamond tools and cutting equipment for the construction and stone industries. Net sales in 2007 were $33.3 billion, and the average number of employees was 16,000.