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I really like the look of the kubota line also. There's several models, but the op suggested a 4 seater.  The 4 seat model looks like its a convertible to switch between a 2 seat, or 4. And it has a diesel engine available. That's definitely worth looking into. 

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17 hours ago, kenfain said:

I really like the look of the kubota line also. There's several models, but the op suggested a 4 seater.  The 4 seat model looks like its a convertible to switch between a 2 seat, or 4. And it has a diesel engine available. That's definitely worth looking into. 

Diesel engine may be better in his case for more torque, hauling 4 people plus any gear/load in the bed and hilly terrain.

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I have had good luck with my Kubota RTV-X1140 so far.  Diesel.  Can be both 2 seater (larger bed) OR 4 seater (short bed).  Takes 2 minutes to switch.  Hydro dump bed.   Easy to work on.    I paid 18k for mine a year ago.  Not sure what inflation has done to the price.

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