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Bobcat Co. launches new 3600 and 3650 utility vehicles

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The vehicles have the capacity to operate front-mounted PTO attachments.

| March 7, 2013

(WEST FARGO, N.D. – Bobcat Co., has released the new 3600 and 3650 hydrostatic drive utility vehicles. The 3650 model will also be able to operate front-mounted PTO attachments.

Not only are the 3600 and 3650 hydrostatic drive utility vehicles designed to handle and haul more materials for grooming commercial buildings and grounds or maintaining personal properties, but they are the first utility vehicles in the Bobcat lineup to offer cabs with heat and air conditioning.

Two models expand utility vehicle lineup. The new 24.8-horsepower 3600 and 3650 utility vehicles extend the Bobcat line of utility vehicles, which includes the 3200, 3400 and 3400XL utility vehicle models, and continues with the Toolcat 5600 and 5610 utility work machines. The 3600 meets the need for Bobcat customers who want the benefits of a hydrostatic drive utility vehicle, while the 3650 will have the capacity to operate front-mounted attachments that are PTO driven.

PTO technology is one of the most simple and efficient ways to transfer engine horsepower to an attachment for optimum performance. This ability uniquely positions the 3650 to provide users with a highly versatile machine that fills the gap between standard Bobcat utility vehicles and the larger Toolcat utility work machines.

The new Bobcat utility vehicles provide more productivity and performance without compromising other important qualities that customers expect of all Bobcat equipment: durability, serviceability, comfort, ease of use and versatility.

For more on the 3650, click here.

For more on the 3600, click here.

To watch exclusive L&L video in the vehicles, click here.
 

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