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Ransomes Jacobsen Launch new range of Cushman turf utility vehicles

9.09am 3rd February 2012 - New Products

The Cushman Hauler range features four different models with either electric drivetrains or petrol engines and various payload options

Ransomes Jacobsen presented a new range of turf utility vehicles at BTME 2012 with the launch of the Cushman Hauler.

Cushman is a name synonymous with rugged, versatile utility vehicles; they introduced the first purpose designed utility vehicle for the golf sector – the Turf-Truckster – in 1969 and this latest range of vehicles continues that heritage.

The Hauler range offers numerous features designed to make daily maintenance on golf courses more efficient. A limited slip differential, which comes as standard, provides greatly improved traction on wet or loose terrain, and minimises possible turf damage from wheel slip.

Each Hauler features a standard steel brush guard and integrated front bumper to protect the body panels, paintwork and vehicle components from the wear of daily use and abuse.  The Hauler’s roof and tubular-steel support struts are designed to offer maximum visibility and protection from the elements, and also provide a modern, stylish look. Large headlights integrated into the vehicle’s cowl are specially designed and positioned for maximum light dispersion in front of, and around, the vehicle’s front providing high visibility at dawn and dusk.

There are four different models with various payload capacities and powertrain options:

To meet specific needs, Cushman Haulers can be customised with a wide variety of options and accessories, ranging from towing implements, locking glove boxes and powered carrying beds to enclosed cabs and ball-picker cages on some models.

About Cushman

Since 1901, Cushman vehicles have been recognised as light-transportation solutions for commercial and industrial applications. Today, Cushman products include more than 10 different vehicle models, from the rugged 1600XD 4×4 utility vehicle, ideal for tough hauling and towing tasks in outdoor environments, to the imposing Titan, a fully electric material-handling vehicle for indoor environments with a load capacity of 1,361 kg, to the Minute Miser, perfectly suited for transporting people and small loads across large facilities. Cushman is a part of Textron Inc, a global multi-industry company based in Providence, RI. www.textron.com

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