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Early Fall HOWA 2010

From the WorkSaver Editor's Desk

Ryan Johnson

Ryan Johnson, WorkSaver editor

This summer, Bobcat introduced a new line of utility vehicles. Take advantage of one of these new vehicles on your acreage for chores or take them on hunting trips this fall and winter to carry your gear in the cargo box — and do it in comfort.

I had an opportunity to test drive the new Model Year 11 utility vehicles in May. Having familiarity with the previous utility vehicles, I was expecting only the best with the Bobcat name on it. I wasn't disappointed. The ride is incredibly comfortable and there's a considerable performance boost with faster travel speed and higher cargo box capacity. Four new models are available including a 4x2 with seating for two people and a 4x4 that can seat up to six people. Five front-mounted attachments are approved for use with the 3450 model. Go to the utility vehicle page to see these exciting new vehicles.

Updated Build & Quote

If you're shopping for a new Bobcat® tractor this fall, visit the updated Build & Quote feature on Not only will it let you build your own compact tractor complete with option packages, but you can compare it to other brands and their prices. Go to the tractor page and click on the Build & Quote image.

Give us your feedback

Tell us what you like and don't like about WorkSaver® magazine, and we'll send you a genuine Bobcat hat.* We appreciate the feedback. Maybe you have a picture that you want to share with other readers; one with you and your Bobcat machine, working on your acreage. Send it to us and we'll publish it in the magazine or online on MyWorkSaver. Send them to us via e-mail at

Our next issue of WorkSaver Homeowner with Acreage will be next spring. Have a great fall and winter, and check your mailbox next February for our Early Spring 2011 edition.

*Limited to the first 25 individuals per issue who submit a comment.

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