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3400XL 4x4 Utility Vehicle (UTV)

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Bobcat 3400XL 4x4 Utility Vehicle (UTV)

The Bobcat 3400XL is best for flexible transportation options. With an extra row of seating, the 3400XL can carry from two to five passengers (or 6 occupants), depending on your seat configuration.

The 3400XL shares the 4x4 capabilities of the 3400 and 3450. True four-wheel drive sends torque to every wheel when you start to slip. If the rear wheels start to lose traction, the front wheels engage to power you through the difficult terrain.

With the Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) system, 32-hp gas engine or 24.8-hp diesel engine, and top traveling speed of 30 mph, you achieve top performance. Critical machine components are protected by a CVT cover, skid plate, suspension guard and bash plate. Enjoy quiet operation, seating options, and 3-point shoulder harnesses.

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Electronic Fuel Injection: Provides easier starts and smooth, responsive acceleration.

Increased Horsepower: Get speed, acceleration and power, whether you&slquo;re traveling or hauling heavy loads.

Speed and Acceleration: Accelerate smoothly and travel at a top speed of 30 mph.

Exceptional Payload Capacity: Haul more with each load and take fewer trips.

Fuel Choices: Match other equipment in your fleet with a gas engine (3200, 3400 and 3400 XL) or diesel engine (3400, 3400 XL and 3450)

Four-Wheel Independent Suspension: Improve your agility over rough terrain as each wheel moves independently to smooth out the bumps.

Adjustable Rear Suspension: Provides stability and responsiveness for your various load requirements.

True Four-Wheel Drive (3400, 3400XL and 3450): Sends torque to every wheel when you start to slip. If the rear wheels start to lose traction, the front wheels engage to power you through the difficult terrain.

Drive Mode Selection: Control the drive mode to fit the conditions by selecting single-wheel drive (open differential), two-wheel drive (rear differential locked) or four-wheel drive (equal torque to both rear wheels).

Two-Range Transmission: Choose between low or high range as you work or travel.

Variable-Rate Acceleration: Gain precise control when maneuvering at low speeds around trees, walls, gates and other obstacles.