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Iconic Gator utility vehicles from John Deere have a reputation for quality that is unmatched. Learn more about the features, specifications, accessories and special offers on models in the John Deere Gator UTV range at the John Deere official website HERE
The John Deere Gator Utility Vehicle was originally designed by John Deere’s turf division for commercial and residential use to provide quick light-weight transport on worksites and large estates – with the ability to carry people, tools and materials. Built at Horicon works in Wisconsin USA, the HPX series, H standing for high performance, were introduced to meet demands of more uneven terrain like trails, muddy tracks and rough ground. With their hardy credentials and optional full cab for added weatherproofing, these Gators gradually became popular with farmers and gamekeepers across the UK. As a result of this new market, in 2008 John Deere upped-the-ante by launching the XUV series Gators – the ultimate off-road vehicles.
Today, there are a wide range of Gator models available in varied configurations, ranging from 4 to 6 wheels with petrol, diesel and electric versions. The XUV is the Gator for extreme heavy-duty use, whilst other models are more suited to amenity use where off-road performance tends to be confined to tracks and turf. With true on-demand 4-wheel drive, an impressive turn of speed, fully in dependent 4-wheel suspension and high ground clearance – the XUV Gator can conquer virtually any obstacle with ease. Available in John Deere’s traditional green and yellow or the more subtle olive and black, in a four-seater version, and with a vast array of optional extras and after-market accessories; the XUV suits many different users from agriculture to leisure and recreation.
A combination of durability, versatility and comfort make the John Deere Gator the perfect workhorse vehicle. The XUV model has evolved over time and now includes features more akin with a road going car than a ‘farm buggy’, such as electronic power steering, alloy wheels, engine breaking and a digital instrument cluster on the dash with speedometer and fuel gauge. With these developments and other class-leading features, you’re looking at the most advanced UTV available.