The popular line of John Deere Gator utility vehicles has gone to the dark side. The iconic John Deere green and yellow has been replaced with a custom matte black paint scheme and charcoal gray graphics on the Midnight Black XUV825i and Midnight Black RSX850i. Both of these units are now available in limited quantities at select dealers.
The 50 hp., 812 cc XUV825i Midnight Black Special Edition Gator heavy-duty model is outfitted with a sport steering wheel, power steering, high performance exhaust, a long-range light kit, and poly half doors. The vehicle is also equipped with matte black alloy rims and Maxxis® 2.0 Bighorn tires. A deluxe cargo box with spray-on liner ensures hard-working performance and longevity. To customize the Gator further, a power and front protection package is available for customers who prefer power lift, a heavy-duty front brushguard and fender guard, as well as floor mats. The XUV model is available with either sport bucket seats or a bench seat. More details here.
The recreational, 62 hp., 839 cc RSX850i Midnight Black Special Edition Gator also includes custom matte black paint scheme with charcoal gray decals, but with black and silver alloy rims rigged out with Maxxis® 2.0 Bighorn tires. The trail-sport package boasts a special edition door closeout panel with Gator image, PreRunner bumper, and a Warn® 3,500 lb. winch. In addition, enthusiasts will also enjoy a full underbody aluminum skid plate, mounted HELLA® HID Sport lights, FOX® 2.0 Performance Series shocks, 2-inch front receiver hitch, side nerf bars, and cargo box rails. The RSX850i model comes installed with high-performance sports seats. More details here.
Pick your poison as either one of these bad boys will get you from point A to point B in style.
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