The Gator™ XUV560E Crossover Series Utility Vehicles are powered by a 34.8 cu in. (570-cm3), V-twin gasoline engine. The carburetor is tuned for rapid throttle response, reliable cold-weather starting, smooth mid-range power delivery and quiet idling.
The engine offers the following performance and reliability features:
* The engine horsepower information is provided by the engine manufacturer to be used for comparison purposes only. The actual operating horsepower will be less.
The exclusive, convertible cargo rack design offers rear seating for two passengers and with a flip of a lever, expands the cargo capacity of the XUV560 S4 and XUV590 S4 by 48 percent.
The convertible cargo rack design offers the ultimate in flexibility for multi-passenger seating capacity and utility.
The majority of the time a vehicle is only transporting one or two people, but at any given moment a third or fourth passenger may come along. The quick and simple convertible cargo rack can be switched back and forth in seconds with a flip of a lever. It provides comfortable rear seating with choice of ample leg room or 48 percent more cargo capacity.
Some key points about the convertible cargo rack:
Offers additional cargo volume of 0.12 m3 (4.3 cu ft) and 90.4-kg (200-lb) capacity.
Efficient one-step conversion from rear seat to cargo rack in 2-3 seconds (and vice-versa) can be easily done by one person
|Length||59.7 cm (23.5 in.)|
|Width||98.6 cm (38.8 in.)|
|Depth||20.6 cm (8.1 in.)|
|Volume||0.12 m3 (4.3 cu ft)|
|Weight capacity||90.7 kg (200 lb)|
The Gator™ XUV590M Utility Vehicles are equipped with rack and pinion steering with power steering. These automotive-type systems exhibit excellent handling characteristics, as well as responsive steering and low steering effort.
Optional electric power-assist steering (EPAS) system. Features of EPAS include:
The tire scrubbing, which also creates unwanted heat and wear in the tire, can be eliminated by turning the inside wheel at a greater angle than the outside one (Ackerman steering).
NOTE: Some competitors use parallel steering instead of Ackerman steering.
Bump steering defines the change in the forward steering angle (thus wheel position) as the suspension travels through its full motion. A large amount of angular change (5 degrees to 7 degrees) will alter the vehicle's direction and excessively move the steering wheel.
The cargo box consists of a high-density polyethylene copolymer composite material that eliminates rust, dents, and reduces noise. This large, one-piece design has rounded inside corners to ensure material removal when tilted. The composite box is highly ribbed and supported with a welded, steel-ladder structure to ensure hard-driving performance and longevity. The three highly-styled exterior pieces are made of TPO for extra durability.
The tailgate can be opened or removed for easier cleanout and to carry longer items. It features truck-like performance and can be operated with one hand.
The tailgate’s pivot point is made of hardened steel for durability and designed for tool-free removal. The standard lanyards can also be disconnected without tools to remove the tailgate for convenient loading and unloading tasks.
The cargo box ease of use is critical to performing tasks quickly and efficiently. Starting with the truck-style tailgate, the removal of content in this cargo box could not be easier. The manual release also functions as the lift lever, done in a smooth, one-step motion. It can even be tilted from both sides of the vehicle. To reduce the overall effort of lift, the pivot point of the cargo box is closer to the center. The combination of easy-to-use attributes makes this cargo box best-in-class.
For servicing the vehicle’s systems, the cargo box is easily removable. With the removal of two bolts, the cargo box can easily be detached from the vehicle frame.
The cargo box offers integrated tie-down points for increased versatility. Tie-down points are located in the following areas:
Optional accessories for the cargo box include (see price pages or JDConfigurator for complete list):
|Length||82 cm (32.3 in.)|
|Width||120.9 cm (47.6 in.)|
|Depth||29.7 cm (11.7 in.)|
|Volume||0.25 m3 (8.9 cu ft)|
|Weight capacity||181.4 kg (400 lb)|
Bed height (from ground)
45 degrees76.3 cm (30 in.)
CAUTION: Carrying extra-long cargo that extends beyond the box can adversely affect stability.
To complement the comfortable operation station, the XUV560 and XUV590 Series are equipped with four-wheel independent suspension. This unique suspension set-up provides an unparalleled ride over challenging terrain and excellent handling through corners.
The engineering team, in collaboration with engineering firms that consult with Formula 1®, NASCAR®, and INDYCAR® teams, built a capable suspension system for class-leading operator comfort no matter what the terrain.
NASCAR is a trademark of NASCAR. INDYCAR is a trademark of Brickyard Trademarks Incorporated. Formula 1 is a trademark of Formula One Licensing BV, a Formula One Group Company.
Crossover Utility Vehicle
|Type||4-cycle gas, V-twin, Dynamically tuned Carb, Overhead Valves (OHV)\|
|Cooling system||Liquid cooled|
|Transmission||Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) with clutch enclosure|
|Final drive||High, Low, Neutral, Reverse Transaxle|
|Four wheel drive||Dash lever actuated four-wheel drive system with limited slip front differential, plus locking rear differential|
|Traction assist||Positive locking, mechanically actuated (hand lever operated) rear differential lock|
|Descent control||Not available|
|Maximum traveling speed||0-48 mph (0-77 kph) High Forward, 0-28 mph (0-45 kph) Low Forward, 0-22 mph (0-35 kph) Reverse|
|Front||Fully independent dual A-Arm with adjustable coil over shocks, 8 in. (203 mm) travel, Anti-roll bar|
|Rear||Fully independent with lower H-arm and upper camber link with adjustable coil over shocks, 8 in. (203 mm) travel|
|Type||196 mm ventilated four-wheel stainless steel disc brakes with hydraulic 1.375 in. (34.93mm) diameter twin-piston calipers|
|Park brake||Automotive-style foot-actuated mechanical park brake system|
|Front||25x8-12 Ancla M-T (Extreme Terrain) 4-ply rating steel wheels or 25x8-12 Terrahawk AT (All Terrain) 4-ply rating steel wheels; optional 26x8-14 Maxxis Bighorn 2.0 6-ply rating on yellow aluminum alloys|
|Rear||25x10-12 Ancla M-T (Extreme Terrain) 4-ply rating steel wheels or 25x10-12 Terrahawk AT (All Terrain) 4-ply rating steel wheels; optional 26x10-14 Maxxis Bighorn 2.0 6-ply rating on yellow aluminum alloys|
|Dry weight||Wet weight (includes fuel/fluids): 752 kg
Wet weight (includes fuel/fluids): 1659 lb
|Tread centers||Front: 1220 mm
Front: 48 in
Rear: 1168 mm
Rear: 46 in.
|Ground clearance||236 mm minimum
9.3 in. minimum
|Fuel capacity||28 L
7.4 U.S. gal.
|Cargo box dimensions||82L x 120.9W x 29.7D (0.25 m3) cm
32.3L x 47.6W x 11.7D (8.9 ft3) in.
|Cargo box capacity (weight)||181 kg
|Payload capacity||544 kg
|Towing capacity||1100 lb
|Hitch||Standard 2 in. (50 mm) rear receiver with optional 2 in. (50 mm) front receiver with recovery loops|
|Battery / Alternator / Power port||340 CCA
65 amp @ 3400 rpm, regulated
12 VDC standard outlet
|Instrumentation||Digital display with hour meter with maintenance and driver seatbelt reminder; optional speedometer and engine oil temperature sensor|
|Storage||2 cupholders, sealed underhood storage, glovebox|
|Country of Manufacture||U.S.|