With a 1,900 lb. (862 kg) payload and 2,000 lb. (907 kg) towing capacity, the Gravely Atlas JSV utility vehicle allows work crews to literally haul a ton.
With a 1,900 lb. (862 kg) payload and 2,000 lb. (907 kg) towing capacity, the Gravely Atlas JSV utility vehicle allows work crews to literally haul a ton. Supported by an on-demand, true all-wheel drive system and De Dion rear suspension, this jobsite vehicle (JSV) provides the heavy-duty traction and suspension required to maintain full ground clearance and a smooth ride even when carrying maximum loads.
“This vehicle was designed from the ground up with the contractor and facility manager experience in mind,” said Bill Engler, director commercial sales. “Industry-leading features ensure that it will handle even the toughest jobs. Everything about the Atlas is designed for the job site. From pedal spacing that accommodates work boots to the details of the cargo bed.”
The all-steel MX-18 JobBox features a 1,250 lb. (567 kg) capacity, steel walls to prevent bowing, and four integrated tie-down points to secure cargo. The extra-large 48 by 57 in. (122 by 145 cm) bed easily accommodates standard wooden pallet. Electric cargo bed lift is standard on all Atlas models.
The Atlas JSV-3000 fits three adults comfortably across one bench seat and the Atlas JSV-6000 crew model fits six adults across two bench seats. Both models are available with a 1-cylinder, 570cc Polaris DOHC gas engine or 3-cylinder, 1028cc Kohler Diesel engine. All engines provide a 10-gal. (37.8 L) fuel capacity and ground speed of 35 mph (56 Kmh).
Atlas JSV-3000 models start at $12,999 and the Atlas JSV-6000 crew models start at $14,799.
A full slate of accessories is available for the Atlas JSV including a range of cab enclosure accessories that fit easily into a profiled tubular frame for quick installation. Other accessories include winches, snow plow and front receiver hitch as well as tool rack, chainsaw press, gun mount and cargo box.
For more information, visit www.GravelyAtlas.com.
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