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The new XUV835 Gas and XUV865 Diesel Gator Utility Vehicles offer the ultimate experience in power, comfort, and conveniences. Highlights include:

Models are available in E-, M-, and R-trim levels, similar to John Deere tractors, which allows operators to match the right specifications and price to best meet their needs.
The factory-installed cab on the R-spec model has heating and air conditioning, room for three passengers, dash-mounted controls, tilt steering, and a fully-adjustable operator’s seat. It is also the quietest cab in the Gator utility-vehicle lineup – quiet enough to have conversations at a more comfortable volume.
Factory-installed wiring on M- and R-trim levels gives an opportunity to customize with more attachments and accessories.
Plenty of enclosed storage helps keep items protected from the elements and ready to use when they are needed.



E-, M-, and R-trim levels offer economic to premium choices, providing a broader range of options to better match customer needs.

The E-trim level offers an entry-level price and features. This level does not offer power steering or easy-attach wiring.
The M-trim level offers a mid-range price and features. Power steering and factory-installed, easy-attach wiring for electrical attachments are included in base equipment. This trim level has the most options, such as heating and air conditioning, as well as an open operator station or cab. Roofs will be included with the priority replenishment (PR) configurations.
The R-trim level is the ultimate in comfort, fit, finish, and experience. It comes standard with a factory-installed cab that features a cloth seat, tan interior, heating, and air conditioning. This is the quietest cab in the Gator utility-vehicle lineup.


Operator station experience
Room for three passengers, tilt steering, and fully-adjustable operator's seat
More passenger room fro greater operator comfort and fit
Factory-installed heating and air conditioning
Decreased noise levels, creating the quietest cabs yet - up to 3.5 dBA lower than the Kubota® RTV 1100C.
Over 56.8 L (15 gal.) of enclosed storage - nearly 64 percent more than the Polaris® Ranter XP900
Speed, power, stability, and handling
Gas models have increased power from 37.3 kW (50 hp) to 40.3 kW (54 hp)
Gas models have increased speed capability from 70.8 km/h (44 mph) to more than 72.4 km/h (45 mph)
Diesel models have a top speed of 51.5 km/h (32 mph) - 10 percent more than the Kubota RTV
All models have increased fuel capacity from 26.5 to 41.6 L (7 to 11 gal.).
Cargo box versatility
The cargo box has 8 percent more volume than Kubota and 26 percent more than Polaris
Flat-bed conversion allows hauling of larger, irregular-shaped items. This feature is not available on Kubota and Polaris models
Factory-installed wiring on M- and R-trim levels
More efficient to add high volume attachments and accessories like roof lights and winches
R-trim vehicles come standard with light-emitting diode (LED) headlights

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One would likely need some deep pockets for the R with heat and air
 

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I'm very interested in the coming videos of this Gators. And if they are coming to Europe / Deutschland, too.

:hi: But for me, the only GATOR is the 550 and 560 GATOR...:good2: (I think, I've said it some time before - - -)
 

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:munch: might have to go see my dealer
 

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Normally I need an electric GATOR, but no TE - in 15 years or so
 

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I just can not imagine. But people seem to have the money to spend on things like this.

I can guess they would be north of $30k when done.
That would be my estimate as well. I was talking to my dealer when I was in picking up a part and that is the number he was guessing
 

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That would be my estimate as well. I was talking to my dealer when I was in picking up a part and that is the number he was guessing
A member on gatorforum.net reported the "R" trim level was around $25,000.00 .


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This is the 865r series at the Farm Progress Show.
 

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Cloth seats, roll down windows.........it's a small truck.
I am guessing that it has the price of a medium size truck.
 

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Cloth seats, roll down windows.........it's a small truck.
I was thinking the same thing. It's a big country and I'm sure there's a market for it somewhere?:unknown:
 

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Cloth seats, roll down windows.........it's a small truck.
Took a short test drive on of the 835r. Wasn't much of a track. Limited space.
One heck of an AC, though.
$25.8k. Pretty much loaded.
I will pass, but they are a big, nice XUV.
 

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Took a short test drive on of the 835r. Wasn't much of a track. Limited space.
One heck of an AC, though.
$25.8k. Pretty much loaded.
I will pass, but they are a big, nice XUV.

About the same price as a new 4wd Tacoma or Colorado


No longer washing the dust and dirt from interior with a garden hose either

No thanks
 

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Took a short test drive on of the 835r. Wasn't much of a track. Limited space.
One heck of an AC, though.
$25.8k. Pretty much loaded.
I will pass, but they are a big, nice XUV.
We got to ride them too (835R and 835M). Very nice.

We also got to meet up with Mr. & Mrs. Ilmo again! Made our day!
 

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Thanks Tim and Christy. We enjoyed it very much and the cart ride. Saved a lot of steps.

Oh, BTW, we did make the stops in Amish country at Arcola and Arthur. Yep, I got to haul home that book case.
She found the perfect one. :lol:

Just got home an hour ago.

Carl
 

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25k is a lot of money, but there are other sxs's on the market in that price range . I recently priced out a polaris general and a rzr high lifter addition. Both were over 22k, neither had a full cab.

The Colorado costs nearly as much as a full size truck. I looked into replacing my 05 Colorado with a 16. After seeing the cost of the new small trucks I decided to keep my Colorado and replace my dodge 2500 with a f250.
 
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