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RTV500: The First Ever Gas-Powered Utility Vehicle from Kubota

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Kubota Adds a Refined, Compact, Gas-Powered Model to Popular Utility Vehicle Lineup

Kubota introduces the new gas-powered, RTV500 compact utility vehicle that comes with the comfort, technology and refinement of a larger utility vehicle, but is compact enough to fit in the bed of a full-size, long-bed pickup truck.  The RTV500 is powerful enough to handle [...]

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