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BRAND NEW Massimo MSU-800 EFI 2 Passenger UTV. This one is built for POWER and FUN!!! Come by and check it out!
SPECIAL CASH PRICE $9,799 + tax!!!

SPECS: 800cc Four Stroke, V-Twin, 8 Valve Engine. 55 HP. 26" Oversized tires. Electronic Fuel Injection. Electronic Starting System. Automatic CVT Transmission. 7.6 Gal. Fuel Tank. Shaft Drive. On Demand 2-WD/4-WD w/Locking Differential. Independent Dual A-Arm Suspension w/Anti-Sway. Dual Ventilated Hydraulic Disc Brakes. 3500 lb. Winch. 2000 lb. Towing Capacity. 350 lb. Cargo Bed Capacity. Comes with a one year parts & labor warranty.

JCL Sells and Services UTVs including Massimo and ODES. Call today 586-949-4550 or drop by to see these Awesome, Brand New UTVs!!! We're here to take care of all of your UTV, Trailer, Mower, and Snowplow needs. We have parts and service from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm Mon. - Fri., and 9:00 am to 2:00 pm on Saturday. Come in and see all we have in stock!

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49685 Gratiot Ave.
Chesterfield, MI 48051

Check out our website at www.jclsnowplows.com

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