Bobcat UTVs include the 3200, 3400 , 3400XL , 3600, 3650, Toolcat 5600 Utility Work Machine and Toolcat 5610 Utility Work Machine.
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Bobcat Introduces 2015 3600 and 3560 UTVs
Bobcat Company has added to its 2015 UTV lineup with the introduction of the new 3600 and 3650 hydrostatic-drive models.
The utility vehicles feature a new 24-horsepower Kohler diesel engine – the same engine used to power the 2015 3400 and 3400XL models.
Bobcat Unveils 2015 3400 and 3400XL UTVs
Bobcat has unveiled its 2015 four-wheel drive 3400 and 3400XL Utility vehicles, which boast improved suspension systems, industry-leading payload and towing, faster travel speeds and more integrated accessories.
Both the 3400 and 3400XL models have a sealed constant velocity transmission and are available with two engine configurations: a 40-horsepower (570 cc) gas engine or a 24-horsepower (1120 cc) diesel engine. The gas and diesel engines provide operators with greater performance – up to 40 mph with a dealer-installed kit.
Bobcat Unveils New PTO-Equipped Utility Vehicles
Bobcat has recently unveiled an innovative new line of hydrostatic drive utility vehicles – the 3600 and 3650. The 3650 model has the capacity to operate front-mounted PTO attachments.
If this sounds familiar, that’s because Polaris released its new Brutus line of work vehicles with similar PTO capabilities earlier this week Polaris and Bobcat worked together on these machines.
Both the 3600 and 3650 offer cabs with both heat and air conditioning, making these true four-season work vehicles.
Powered by 24.8-horsepower diesel engines, the new 3600 and 3650 join the 3200, 3400 and 3400XL in Bobcat’s utility vehicle family, along with the Toolcat 5600 and 5610 utility work machines.
One of the main drivers behind the 3600 and 3650 was the development of a hydrostatic drive system. The hydrostatic system in the new Bobcat UTVs provides durability, and uses a single two-speed motor with fewer moving parts.