Kubota Introduces Transformable 4-Passenger Work Utility Vehicle

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Just as virtually every machinery company has jumped on the UTV bandwagon,&nbsp;<a href=”http://kubota.com/” target=”_blank”>Kubota</a>&nbsp;charges out ahead with an innovative new concept that carries more people OR more cargo, depending on your immediate needs. The all-new&nbsp;<a href=”http://kubota.com/f/products/rtv1140/index.cfm” target=”_blank”>RTV1140CPX</a>&nbsp;features a transformation system that quickly converts from one- to two-row seating, which allows the operator to choose between passenger capacity and best-in-class cargo volume &ndash; and there is no compromise in safety since the system is mounted on an OSHA-compliant roll-over protection structure (ROPS).</p>
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<p>&nbsp;&ldquo;The RTV1140CPX provides exceptional comfort and safety accommodating four adults, as well as unmatched cargo configurations, capacity and convenience,&rdquo; says Dan Muramoto, product manager for Kubota.&nbsp; &ldquo;The RTV1140CPX has exceptionally broad appeal, from ranchers and farmers to property owners, facility managers and outdoorsmen; this new utility vehicle is a unique solution for a wide variety of applications.&rdquo;</p>
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<p>The RTV1140CPX 4-wheel drive utility vehicle is powered by a fuel-miserly 24.8 horsepower, three-cylinder Kubota diesel engine and features 4-wheel wet disc brakes and hydraulic power steering. The transforming UTV also features Kubota&rsquo;s new triple-range, hydrostatic VHT Plus transmission that delivers power and torque for any situation, easy speed and direction changes and smooth dynamic braking. Maximum cargo load is 1,102 lbs., with a towing capacity of 1,300 lbs. The new utility vehicle is offered in Kubota Orange and Realtree<sup>&reg;</sup> Hardwoods Camouflage models. Look for the RTV1140CPX at a&nbsp;<a href=”http://kubota.com/DealerWeb/locator/” target=”_blank”>Kubota dealer near you</a>.</p>
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