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The Gator XUV 550 S4 Crossover Utility Vehicle is designed for customers who desire comfort, customization, multi-passenger capability, and 4WD for a great value. With its roomy occupant station, independent four-wheel suspension, and availability of over 75 attachments, the Gator XUV 550 provides an unparalleled balance of performance and work capability in the mid-duty class.

Features:

  • 570-cm3, v-twin, carbureted gas engine with 16 hp*
    • Delivers 0 to 15 mph acceleration in 3.2 sec.

    [*]28-mph (45-km/h) maximum forward speed

    [*]Two-range continuously variable-speed transmission (CVT)

    [*]Operator’s station that possesses best-in-class ergonomics and comfortable high back bucket and bench seat options

    [*]Best-in-class sealed storage volume of 1.82 ft3 (0.052m3) with a large in-dash glove box and under hood storage

    [*]Four-wheel independent suspension which keep all four wheels on the ground for superior traction and vehicle control

    [*]Best-in-class 10.3-in. (26-cm) ground clearance clears more obstacles on the trail without getting hung up

    [*]All-terrain capable 4WD system with lever engagement

    [*]Four-wheel hydraulic disk braking with stainless steel rotors

    [*]Sealed CVT drive case with high engine and CVT air intakes keep water and debris out and prevents overheating

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