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Roomy and quiet operator station

Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) dash shown          Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) dash shown        
Operator station          Operator station        

Whether it is a completely open operator station or a factory installed cab, the interior has been redesigned with comfort and ergonomics in mind.

  • Gear shift control and differential shifter to the dash
 
HVAC dash shown (M trim)
  • Tilt steering
 
Tilt steering Tilt steering (up position) Tilt steering (down position)
  • Bench seat with diver adjustment
 
Bench seat adjustment
  • Three-wide seating
 
Seating

 

Dual A-arm front and rear suspension provides a smooth ride over challenging terrain and excellent hauling characteristics

XUV front suspension detail          XUV front suspension detail        

To complement the robust frame, the XUV is equipped with four-wheel independent suspension.

 

A dual A-arm front and rear suspension provides a smooth ride over challenging terrain and excellent hauling characteristics.

 

The entire suspension system has been optimized to handle no cargo to maximum cargo without compromising ride quality or vehicle stability.

Dual A-arm independent front suspension features include:
  • 200.7 mm (7.9 in.) of travel provides ample wheel travel to keep all four wheels on the ground for superior traction, excellent ride quality, and vehicle control
  • Heavy-duty nodular cast-iron knuckles support the constant-velocity (CV) shaft and wheel
  • Maintenance-free rubber torsional A-arm pivots for long life and quiet operation
  • CV shaft protection from sticks that may puncture the rubber boot
  • Coil-over shocks absorb the most demanding terrain
XUV rear suspension detail          XUV rear suspension detail        
XUV rear suspension detail          XUV rear suspension detail        

Dual A-arm independent rear suspension features include:

  • Unequal length and dual A-arm construction for superior wheel control and travel
  • 231.14 mm (9.1 in.) of total travel provides ample wheel travel to keep all four wheels on the ground for superior traction, excellent ride quality, and vehicle control
  • Coil-over shocks absorb the most demanding terrain
  • A-arms made from square/rectangular tubing reduce weight while remaining rigid
  • Heavy-duty nodular cast-iron uprights support wheel loads with a double row of ball bearings
  • CV driveshaft protection from sticks that may puncture the rubber boot
  • Rear sway bar for lateral stability

Superior terrain capability

The Gator™ XUV Crossover Series Utility Vehicle has a precision-engineered drivetrain system that fully utilizes engine power, optimizing acceleration, hauling, towing, and hill-climbing capabilities. Power is transmitted from the engine through a continuously-variable clutch system to the transaxle.

 

Key elements of the drive system include:

Variable-speed drive
Variable-speed drive          Variable-speed drive        

The variable-speed drive consists of two clutches and a drive belt:

  • Drive clutch is attached to the engine.
  • Driven clutch is attached to the transaxle.

 

Features include:

  • The engine braking system utilizes a tight belt for operation, requiring an idler sleeve on the primary clutch for neutral. The secondary clutch is a build-on-shaft design that utilizes a cam to tune the acceleration and deceleration of the vehicle. The clutch will stay engaged, providing deceleration until approximately 5 km/h (3 mph).
  • The continuously variable transmission (CVT) air intake draws in 50 percent more air versus previous designs to reduce heat and the amount of water ingestion into the CVT system. The system will reduce belt slippage and improve durability.
  • A low- and high-speed forward gear offering:         
    • Low range is 0 km/h to 47 km/h (0 mph to 29 mph), XUV835
    • Low range is 0 km/h to 24 km/h (0 mph to 15 mph), XUV865
    • High range is 0 km/h to 72 km/h (0 mph to 45 mph), XUV835
    • High range is 0 km/h to 51 km/h (0 mph to 32 mph), XUV865
  • Ability to creep along slowly to maneuver in tight spaces
  • Standard full-clutch enclosure with high speed fan provides longer belt and clutch life
  • High-ratio clutches with three cam weights for maximum belt-clamp load in high torque conditions

 

NOTE: Delivery and torque to the ground depends on tire size, which is a function of nominal size and pressure.

 

How the variable-speed drive works:

  1. As engine speed increases, the spring-loaded drive clutch is closed by weights being forced out by centrifugal force.
  2. As the drive clutch closes, the belt rides up to the largest diameter of the drive clutch and forces open the driven clutch.
  3. With the belt running in the smallest diameter of the driven clutch, the speed being transferred to the transaxle is increased.
  4. The driven clutch is designed to sense varying loads (inclines, mud, etc.) and constantly adjusts drive speed upward or downward so that engine rpm remains optimal.
Transaxle, mechanical front-wheel drive (MFWD), and constant velocity (CV) shafts
Side view of CVT intake and clutch enclosure          Side view of CVT intake and clutch enclosure        
Differential lock lever and MFWD switch          Differential lock lever and MFWD switch        
Rear view of transaxle and CV shafts          Rear view of transaxle and CV shafts        
CV boot protection          CV boot protection        

Operator interface features:

  • On-demand true four-wheel drive (4WD) system with an auto-locking front differential and dash-mounted electronic rocker switch is best in class. When the rocker switch is in the on 4WD position, the front differential will automatically lock for extra traction when needed, but when the rocker switch is in the off two-wheel drive (2WD) position, the vehicle will remain in 2WD.
    • Provides exceptional traction in challenging conditions
    • Maintains turf-friendly operation in 2WD mode
    • Illuminated for visibility in low-light condition

 

Transaxle features:

  • Two-speed, fully-enclosed oil bath transaxle allows for superior pulling ability
  • Cast-aluminum design is the most robust in the industry
  • Helical forward and reverse gears are used for quiet operation
  • Rear traction assist (differential lock) is built in and can be engaged on demand         
    • Allows locking the rear drive wheels together
    • Provides increased traction in tough spots

NOTE: Differential design reduces scuffing of the turf during turns because it allows the inside wheels to turn slower than the outside wheels.

  • Neutral start safety interlock for engine ignition system
  • Large, sealed bearings are located inside the housing for better protection and durability
  • Contains gear case for transferring power to the MFWD
  • Splined shaft interfaces for maximum torque transfer and durability
  • All drive gears machined from highest grade gear steel
  • Protected by a skid plate

 

MFWD features:

  • Electronic design is auto-locking for ease of use         
    • Performs like a locking differential when engaged, but like an open differential when cornering
    • Offers positive engagement of both front wheels in forward and reverse as a differential package
    • Automatic engagement on the fly—no shift linkages required
    • Protected by a skid plate and frame

 

Drive shaft features:

  • Rear CV shaft diameter measures 27 mm (1.1 in.) and is designed for peak engine and braking torque
  • Front CV shaft diameter measures 23 mm (0.91 in.) and is designed for peak engine torque
  • Propshaft is designed for peak engine torque
  • All CV shaft and propshaft joints are maintenance free and protected by exclusive thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) boots for durability

E-trim details and electrical system

The E trim has no electric power-assist steering (EPAS) and has minimal electronic connections. This trim level is open station only.

E-trim level open operator station          E-trim level open operator station        

On E-trim vehicles, adding attachments and accessories requires additional electrical harnesses and structure. See the chart below for information regarding what is required for attachments and accessories.

  Cargo box lift Backup alarm Brake / Tail / Reverse lights Speed limiter kit Heater Base radio 4500 lb winch Premium radio LED lights - front OPS Windshield wiper Windshield washer LED lights - brushguard LED headlights Trun signals Horn Beacon light LED lights - rear OPS Sprayers Spreaders AMS integration kit
            a,c a,c,d a,c,d a,d,d a,b a,b a,b a,b a,c,e  a,c,e a,f a,f a,c,e,f 
M open                c c,d c,d c,d b b b b c,e c,e f f c,e,f
M cab                        b b b b e f f e,f 
R                                   f f  f

 

                 = connections in base harness 
E-spec Attachment Harness 
Front Attachments Harness 
Roof attachment harness 
Front cab harness 
Rear cab harness 
Dash port harness 
If blank, the base chassis harness has the connector for the attachment 

Powerful gas engine delivers superb starting, idling, and throttle response

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