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Taylor-Dunn's new G-100 gasoline powered utility vehicle hits the market

Taylor-Dunn® is expanding its utility vehicle offerings introducing the new G-100. This UTV is packed with the durability, comfort and safety features needed to get the job done.

When it comes to moving people and equipment, Taylor-Dunn is known for providing unique solutions
with optimal performance. The new G-100 utility vehicle brings plenty of power and performance for
every outdoor work task.

Durability
The G-100 UTV boasts a proven liquid-cooled, Electronic Fuel Injected 32 horsepower gasoline motor,
with plenty of power and torque for hauling and towing goods. Also standard on the G-100 is a locking
differential, MacPherson Strut front suspension with 9-inches of travel and dual a-arm independent rear suspension with 10-inches of travel. Taylor-Dunn backs the new vehicle with a 2-year factory warranty.

Safety
This new machine puts safety first with a standard Roll Over Protection System (ROPS) cage, 3-point
safety belts for both driver and rider and a factory-installed polyurethane roof and windshield. Four-wheel hydraulic disk brakes allow for quick stopping power when needed. Optional accessories such as beacon lights and reverse warning alarm will increase visibility.

Productivity
The G-100 has a 1,000 lb payload and 1,500 lb towing capacity, and an 8.8 gallon fuel tank which limits
the need for fuel stops. This new utility vehicle has multiple accessory options, allowing you to customize the vehicle to meet the demands of any job.

“We’re excited about the options this new vehicle brings to our customers,” says Tim Everett, vicepresident, sales and marketing for Taylor-Dunn. The G-100 is the perfect landscaping vehicle for schools and universities, parks and recreation, cemeteries and farming applications, just to name a few.

 




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