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Bobcat Utility Vehicles: Driven to Perform

Bobcat® utility vehicles (UTVs) are designed with your productivity in mind. If you're driven to do more in a day, you'll find the muscle, traction, and choices you need to take on a bigger variety of jobs.

Electronic Fuel Ignition (EFI)

Start smooth and accelerate rapidly with the Bobcat Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) system. EFI helps your utility vehicle start easier in cold weather, since no choke is required. The system adjusts to temperature and altitude changes, giving you optimum performance in varying conditions.

Ample Horsepower

When your utility vehicle has more horsepower, you can get more done in a day. Bobcat utility vehicles deliver speed, acceleration, and power, whether you're traveling or hauling heavy loads. The gas-powered 3400 and 3400XL provide 40 hp. The diesel-powered 3400, 3400XL, 3600, and 3650 offer 24.8 hp.

Speed and Acceleration

Get there faster. Bobcat utility vehicles offer a top speed of 35 mph combined with improved acceleration. With the optional speed kit on some models, you can travel up to 40 mph. Be more efficient, reduce your travel time and maximize your time on the job.

Fuel Options

Whether gas or diesel fuels your productivity, Bobcat has a model that fits your needs. Match your utility vehicle fuel with the other equipment in your fleet.

Suspension

Every model features rear de Dion suspension for towing and hauling. The weight of the trailer load is distributed directly to the tires without compressing the suspension, allowing for increased payload and towing capacities while still managing comfort.

Adjust the shocks with the turn of a wrench (provided in the utility vehicle tool kit). Soften the suspension for lighter loads and maximum comfort or adjust to a firmer setting for heavy payloads.

True Four-Wheel Drive

You can't control the terrain on the trail or on the job. But with Bobcat utility vehicles, you can get instant 4x4 power when you need it the most.

When you select four-wheel drive mode, you can be ready for unexpected conditions. If the rear wheels start to lose traction, the front wheels engage to power you through difficult terrain.

Drive Mode Selection

Control the drive mode when your work leads you into changing environments. With your Bobcat utility vehicle, you can match the conditions:

Turf Mode

Minimize ground disturbance when you work on turf, pavement and other hard-packed surfaces. Each wheel spins independently, resulting in minimal ground disturbance as you turn.

Two-Wheel Drive (locked rear differential)

Receive added traction on gravel roads, soggy trails and soft pasture. Both rear wheels receive equal torque and spin at the same rate.

Four-Wheel Drive

Navigate shallow streams, travel snow-covered paths, and pull trailers with confidence. The rear differential remains locked at all times. As needed, the front wheels receive torque to power you through the slippery terrain.

Two-Range Transmission

Choose low or high range as you work and travel. Low range operation gives you maximum torque for heading uphill, pushing snow, or towing heavy loads. High range provides top speed when operating on hard-packed surfaces under light loads.

CVT Drive System

Standard on 3400 and 3400XL models. When you need quick acceleration, CVT-driven models deliver the right kind of power. It maintains peak horsepower throughout the gearing range. That means you’ll stay at peak power, even during heavy acceleration. You don’t have to worry about setting a separate parking brake thanks to the park position on the transmission knob.

Hydrostatic Drive System

Durable hydrostatic drive systems are standard on 3600 and 3650 models. Enjoy better longevity, less maintenance and easier operation. Changing from forward to reverse is as simple as pressing the travel control pedal back and forth with your toe or heel – no gear shifting required.

The clutch-free design delivers steady torque to the wheels for better pulling power under high load applications. Tasks with frequent direction changes are easier too. Plow snow out of the way on narrow driveways using the snow blade or use the pallet fork to move pallets from one area to another.

Industry-Leading Payload and Towing

Get the job done, no matter where your work takes you. Improved suspension and four-wheel disc brakes give Bobcat UTVs industry-leading payload and towing capacity.

The vehicle rated capacity – which includes occupant weight, cargo box load, and the weight of accessories – outperforms the competition. You can haul heavy loads and carry your tools at the same time. Most models have a capacity of 1,900 lb., while 3650 has a capacity of 1,750 lb.

Sturdy suspension and strong brakes enable the machine to tackle heavy payloads with ease. Haul up to 1250 lb. of material in the cargo box of select models.

Use the 2-point hitch to haul up to 2,000 lb. Carry animal feed, firewood, supplies, hunting gear, tools, and more.