/Turf Utility Vehicles

Turf Utility Vehicles

Complete lineup of Gator™ Vehicles

Turf Utility Vehicles are specifically designed to meet the needs of sporting facilities like golf courses and stadiums. Whether you need a quiet and turf friendly vehicle for those run-around chores like the Traditional Series, or a heavy-duty, yet versatile vehicle for those laborious, more complex jobs like the ProGator™, John Deere have a turf utility vehicle for you.

Traditional Series Turf
Traditional Series - TE Electric
There’s never been a better time to make the switch to an all-electric utility vehicle. The Gator TE can run all day on a single overnight charge, and haul up to 226kg while giving you the advantage of zero emissions and zero fuel consumption.

Learn more about the TE Electric

Traditional Series Turf - TX
Traditional Series - TX Turf
The Gator TX Turf is quiet and turf friendly, perfect for golf course and sports turf environments. They are commonly used for landscaping improvement, heavy loading, dumping and transporting people or light material.

Learn more about the TX Turf

ProGator Series
ProGator  Series

The ProGator Heavy-Duty Utility Vehicles are equipped with either 16.5 kW (22.1-hp) diesel engine or a 19.1 kW (25.6-hp*) high-torque petrol engine in either a 2WD or 4WD depending on your needs. These utility vehicles are perfect for golf course maintenance activities such as spraying or laying turf.


Learn more about the ProGator

John Deere Financial - Golf
Golf Financing

Our flexible loan and lease options can help you acquire the equipment you need for your course.


Learn more about John Deere Financial


Related Industries

Product features are based on published information at the time of publication. Product features are subject to change without notice. Contact your local John Deere dealer for more information.

*The engine horsepower and torque information are provided by the engine manufacturer to be used for comparison purposes only. Actual operating horsepower and torque will be less. Refer to the engine manufacturer’s web site for additional information.