Cushman introduces the 1600XD 4x4 utility vehicle, which combines four-wheel-drive capability with a 22 hp, 1,007cc three-cylinder OHV diesel engine to handle large tasks on tough terrain. Its performance is enhanced by an automatic, continuously variable transmission with low- and high-gear ratios, a user-selectable locking rear differential that can be engaged in both 2WD and 4WD operation, four-wheel independent suspension, and hauling and towing capacity, with a maximum vehicle load of 1,600 pounds.
“The 1600XD combines the traditional rugged construction and refined power of a Cushman vehicle with a 4x4 drivetrain to serve the needs of a variety of customers, from large construction and industrial sites, to agricultural producers, to golf-course superintendents,” said Darryl Heffline, vice president of Cushman Marketing and Strategy.
The unit features a three-cylinder, 22 hp, 1,007cc, liquid-cooled diesel engine that generates torque to provide ample hauling and towing power. The 1600XD’s automatic, continuously variable transmission can be placed in high gear for higher maximum speed, or low gear for greater torque and pulling power. Top speed is 25 mph in high gear, and 10.5 mph in low gear. A tubular steel, rollover protection system and three-point seat belts protect operator and passengers. Headlights with high-beam functionality allow for maximum visibility in low-light situations.
Verified by Darryl Heffline, vice president of Cushman Marketing and Strategy
Load capacity: 1,600 pounds
Towing capacity: Up to 1,300 pounds from its rear receiver hitch.