BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — Toro’s all-new line of utility vehicles, the Workman UTX, were created specifically for work, not recreation.
“We’re excited to bring a 4-wheel drive vehicle to market specifically made for the crews maintaining sports fields, cities, parks and schools,” said Noah Wahl, Toro marketing manager. “This new, rugged utility vehicle doesn’t mess around. It’s designed to tackle snow and ice, tree maintenance, landscaping, event setup and teardown, trash, transportation of people, materials, and tools. Its versatility and durability are what truly makes it unique.”
The commercial-grade, 4-wheel drive vehicle uses a proprietary ground speed governing system. The Workman UTX’s ground speed and RPM are not directly connected, allowing the manager to limit the speed of the machine without gutting the power. This system allows for the perfect amount of power to be applied to the job, no matter the desired ground speed. This can mean lower RPMs, and with it lower fuel consumption and sound, or higher RPMs for more power to push snow or haul a heavy load.
Like a full-sized vehicle, The Workman UTX is road-ready with standard turn signals, brake lights, hazards, LED headlights and a horn. It also comes ready for snow removal with an integrated BOSS plow mount and a corrosion resistant spray-in bed liner. An all-weather cab with heat and air conditioning are available to keep operators comfortable in any conditions.
The Workman UTX is available with gas or diesel power and in configurations with room for two or four passengers. Push button 4-wheel drive and selectable front and rear differentials give you piece of mind whether you are on fine turf or in deep snow.
For more information on the new Toro Workman UTX click here.
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