Landboss Australia is pleased to announce it’s new Diesel UTV, the Landboss 1100D LE powered by Kubota.
The Landboss range now consists of two models, an 800D Perkins and the 1100D LE Kubota.
Both built for the Aussie market
Both powered by Japanese diesel engines
Both have a hardy steel tip tray with removable drop down sides
Both have over one tonne combined tow and carry capacity
Both come with a 2-year parts and labour warranty
“Since its introduction in 2015, Landboss has established itself as a major player within the growing diesel market.” Explains Landboss Australia Director Michael Poynton. “To continue our growth we are pleased to announce a new model to take Landboss to the next level, the 1100D LE Kubota.”
The key difference is what lies beneath the 1100D LE’s exterior, a Japanese built, 3-cylinder, 24.8 HP Kubota diesel engine. The new diesel power plant has a whopping 21% more power and 60% more torque over the original Perkins powered model.
With the extra power the Landboss 1100D LE is 20% faster, reaching a much more user-friendly 60kph. An impressive top speed for a diesel powered UTV. Bigger power equals better towing and carrying capacity. The 1100D LE is rated to tow a larger 800kg and can carry a handy 500kg, making it a true workhorse.
Further improvements have been made, including a stronger hydraulic braking system, updated steering rack bearings and the new addition of steel side steps as a standard feature (not shown in pictures). Being an ‘LE’ model, the 1100D LE features a genuine Landboss roof kit and new 4500 lb winch assembly, all as standard equipment.
The Landboss 1100D LE Kubota is available now for $17,990 Drive Away. Available in white only and supported by a 2 year parts and labour Landboss warranty.
Landboss has a great range of Genuine Accessories to help tailor your model to your needs. Simply contact your local dealer to learn more about Landboss Genuine Accessories.
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