Kubota RTV1100


The Kubota RTV1100 Worksite utility vehicle is a powerful and useful machine to have at your disposal. If you are looking for a little smaller UTVs from Kuboto, then check the Kubota RTV 900 Utitious Vehicle or the Kubota RTV 500 Utility Vehicle. The RTV 1100 has been specifically designed for use in works, hence its name! It comes with an engine developed and made of home by Kubota. It is the 4-stroke D1105-E3-UV, diesel and has a power of 24. 8 hp. The 3-cylinder engine has a 1. 1-liter displacement. This engine feeds with diesel from a fuel tank that has a maximum capacity of 30 liters. The engine sits on a chassis to choose from, be it a 2WD or 4WD chassis. The engine power is transferred to the wheels through a variable hydrostatic transmission that has 3 ranges of marches, low, medium and high.

The maximum speed that the Kubota RTV 1100 can reach is 25 mph when it is underway. Fortunately, the RTV1100 utilitarian vehicle uses assisted direction, since traveling on injured land to these speeds without it could be very dangerous. Both the front and the rear wheels use an independent MAC-PHERSON type suspension to make sure that you enjoy a comfortable trip no matter where you are using this ATV. The weight of RTV 1100 is 1120 kg (2469 lbs). The maximum that can drag safely is 590 kg (1300 lbs) while the largest safe pay load that can be carried out on board is 740 kg (1631 lbs).

The Kubota RTV1100 is quite long with 3. 26 m (128. 4 inches) thanks to its large load platform. It measures 1. 69 m (66. 5 inches) wide and has a height of 2. 1 m (83 inches) to the upper part of its antivuelco cage (Rops). The Kubota RTV 1100 comes with a Kubota ‘Premium Grand Cab’ cab that has doors so that it can be operated even when the outer climate is miserable. The Kubota RTV 900 Utility Vehicle is the younger brother of this model and it is recommended that you check it if you are interested in a similar but less ‘adorned’ ATV/utility.

4 Reviews of the Kubota RTV1100

I bought this Kubota RTV X1100C because of the name and the fact that it was a diesel. I’ve had it for 3 years and I have mixed feelings. They are slow, buy yourself an SMV sign for the rear. They are not too powerful either. They get even slower going uphill on hot days as the engine loses power from the hot air. Pulling the elements on hot days also becomes a real problem as the hydrostatic transmission oil gets hotter (thinner) and you really lose pulling power. Also on very hot days the air conditioning becomes a problem. The revs of the already overloaded engine vary markedly as the air conditioning pump is turned on and off. The cabin can also get too hot, due to inadequate cooling, making it more desirable to drive with the windows down. All in all, it’s not a bad machine, but it’s not a great machine either. Kubota does not have a hotline to call so dealing with the dealer is your only recourse. Know who you buy it from, because you won’t get anything from Kubota unless the dealer stands up for you. Years ago when they released these machines they were the best. I now believe that there may be much better machines on the market. Do your research before spending your money.

I live at 6, 700 feet. Solid workhorse @ snow plow, very rarely does one wheel slip, most of the time pushing full blade of snow w less than 1// throttle.( 72″ plow) Can’t wit up chance to ride through the Rocky Mountains in Rampart Range. Two wide for little trails…. OK by me!!

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