GIE+EXPO: Gravely launches Atlas JSV utility vehicle
Construction contractors take notice. Green industry expert Gravely (known for its impressive zero turn mowers, snow throwers and parent company Ariens) is introducing a pretty hardcore, commercial-grade utility vehicle to the market. It’s called the Atlas JSV (Job Site Vehicle). But it’s not just for landscaping – if landscaping at all – it’s impressive enough for any mining site, oil and gas project, dairy operation or industrial application.
The quick facts (because it’s late and this trade show is just beginning):
- It’s a joint design effort with off-road experts Polaris
- It has both gas and diesel options
- It has very impressive specs — 1,900 lb payload and 2,000 lb towing capacity
- The all-steel MX-18 JobBox features a 1,250-lb capacity, plus electric cargo lift is standard
- Bench seating and three seat belts accommodate a trio in the JSV-3000, and there’s a two row model accommodating six (with seatbelts) called the JSV-6000
- It rides like a beast, with a gnarly, black bumper.
There’s a lot more, but we’ll get into in the print issue. Some extras from the press release: Both models are available with a 1-cylinder, 570cc Polaris DOHC gas engine or 3-cylinder, 1028cc Kohler Diesel engine. All engines provide a 10-gallon fuel capacity and ground speed of 35 mph.
Atlas JSV-3000 models start at $12,999 and the Atlas JSV-6000 crew models start at $14,799.
A full slate of accessories is available for the Atlas JSV including a range of cab enclosure accessories that fit easily into a profiled tubular frame for quick installation. Other accessories include winches, snow plow and front receiver hitch as well as tool rack, chainsaw press, gun mount and cargo box.
Tags: Ariens, Atlas JSV, GIE+EXPO 2014, Gravely, home, Polaris
For more information, visit GravelyAtlas.com.