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Gator 4-seater

The new Gator XUV 825i S4 and the diesel powered 855D S4.


You may need to hire a bigger crew or find a couple of more hunting buddies. With room for four and power to spare, you can do it all with the new Gator™ Heavy-Duty XUV 825i S4 and diesel powered 855D S4.
 
There’s always room for speed.
Strap in. The new 825i S4 is our fastest, most powerful 4-seater with a top speed of 44 MPH and a gas EFI engine with 50 HP. The new 855D S4 reaches top speed of 32 MPH with a 3-cylinder 22.8 HP diesel engine.
 
Control comes standard.
Along with great speed, power steering is standard to handle tight turns. Plus, the fully independent suspension, full locking 4 wheel-drive and dynamic engine braking adds a whole new level of control to get through the most challenging terrain.
 
Make room for everything.
In addition, the back seat converts without tools in seconds into a Cargo Rack for 200 lbs. of extra cargo capacity, no problem. Plus, there’s extra storage under the rear seat to stow tools, goggles and gear. Room aplenty to own the off-road.


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*Manufacturer's suggested price in USD. MSRP may be different in California. Taxes, destination charge, freight, setup, delivery and optional attachments shown not included. Equipment, models, features, options, attachments and prices may vary by dealer. John Deere reserves the right to change specifications, model features, design, and price of the products described here without notice. Before operating or riding, always refer to the safety and operating information on the vehicle, and in the Operator’s Manual. Actual vehicle top speed may vary based on belt wear, tire selection, vehicle weight, fuel condition, terrain and other environmental factors. 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 website for additional information.

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