New and used utility vehicles for sale.

For pricing on available utility vehicles, call 763-307-2800.

Choose from a huge inventory of new and used utility vehicles for sale from Bobcat and Kubota.

Utility vehicles mean one thing: utility, whether it’s for farming during the week, or for fun like hunting on the weekend. Maybe you just need a utility vehicle to simply getting around your land more efficiently. Lano Equipment can help you find the Bobcat or Kubota utility vehicle that’s right for you. These machines are ready to work, wherever work takes you. Click the links to your right to see Bobcat and Kubota utility vehicles on sale.

Bobcat Utility Vehicles

Kubota Utility Vehicles

For pricing on available utility vehicles, call 763-307-2800.

Utility Vehicle Q&A:

Everything you need to know before you buy a utility vehicle.

What is a utility vehicle?

A utility vehicle is a small vehicle often used for off-road, typically featuring all-wheel drive, an open cab, and a trucklike bed. Utility vehicles can be used for farming chores during the week, or for outdoor fun like hunting. Sometimes people use utility vehicles simply for getting around a large property more efficiently. They come in several sizes, built by manufacturers like Bobcat and Kubota.

What features are typical on UTVs?

  • A gasoline engine.
  • Side-by-side seats.
  • Seat belts.
  • A roll cage.
  • A rear cargo area.

What are utility vehicles used for?

Utility Terrain Vehicles, or UTVs, are built and used more for work than recreation. They are large, powerful, able to seat passengers side by side, and built with lots of storage space. They’re commonly used to haul equipment and supplies in locations that make using a truck impractical or impossible.

How long do UTVs last?

UTVs are expected to last more usage hours than an ATV, typically about 1500 hours. Considering that 100 hours per year is the agreed average use for a side-by-side, 1500 hours implies 15 years of usage.

How hevy are UTVs?

An average UTV (side by side) weight to be about 1,500 lbs (680 kg). In addition, the fuel weight is about 6.3 (2.9 kg) pounds per gallon of gas. Fuel tanks on UTVs average at about 10 gallons. When considering the weight of fuel, you can expect on average a full tank of gas to add 63 pounds (29 kg).

How much weight can a UTV pull?

A typical UTV can tow about 2,000 pounds. Some smaller side-by-sides can only tow about 1,000 pounds, while more powerful machines can tow up to 2,500 pounds