The 2021 American Landmaster L7XL Pro comes built with Landmaster’s most powerful and dependable Kohler 694cc EFI commercial-grade engine.
The following is a press release from American Landmaster…
American Landmaster released its all-new L7XL Pro, a UTV suited best for big jobs on farms, construction sites, industrial plants, lumber yards or even hunters looking to bring back some extra big game. The L7XL Pro comes built with Landmaster’s most powerful and dependable Kohler 694cc EFI commercial-grade engine. This engine is specifically tuned to give the user more torque power over the rest of the Landmaster lineup. This means bigger jobs, heavier towing and increased capabilities.
Standard on the L7XL Pro is the heavy duty L-ROSS (suspension system), power steering (EPS), heavy-duty front-end bumper, Radial DOT 6-ply commercial-grade tires and an electric bed lift powering a 50″ x 70″ extra-large steel bed. The bed lift is controlled by a dash-mounted rocker switch which directs the bed up or down. The XL bed also transforms into a flat bed by easily removing the bolts and sidewalls. The flat bed formation allows the user to quickly take on and off larger loads. You can also add an optional stake pocket kit to build your own sidewalls.
The radial 6-ply, DOT certified, high-load rated construction tires provide added strength, increased puncture resistance, and deliver an ultra-smooth ride on and off the road. Tested and driven for over 6,000 miles, these tires are built to last.
2021 American Landmaster L7XL Pro Quick Specs:
- Towing Capacity: 1750 lbs.
- Displacement: 694cc
- Top Speed: 24 mph
- Bed Capacity: 1000 lbs.
- MSRP: Starting at $13,499
- Hood Color Options: Red, Black, Camo
“Our goal was to bring the industry an American-Made, high quality, affordable heavy-duty UTV. The marketplace currently starts at around $16,000 for a long-bed UTV, and we knew we could be around $13,500 with ours,” claimed David Piercy, marketing director for American Landmaster. “The L7XL Pro was rigorously tested, one test included continuously driving the unit for over 6000 miles around a test track. This validated the quality of the componentry, commercial-grade engine, DOT tires, and the overall chassis. We also tested the machine’s ability to carry 1000-lbs. of steel and 1000-lbs. of lumber, it handle those tasks impressively well.”
*The L7XL Pro is not available in California
For more information, visit americanlandmaster.com
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