Toro unveils two gas-powered utility vehicles: meet the 500, 700 EFI

Updated Jan 30, 2015
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The Toro Company has launched two new gas-powered electronic fuel injection utility vehicles.

The 500 EFI and 700 EFI will be available this spring and support more than 40 different accessories.

The models feature four-wheel-drive and can hold up to three people for transportation. Additionally, the models can be customized with accessories including windshields, cabs, plow blades, light kits, winches, a stereo and more.

Powered by four-stroke engines with EFI technology, the models come with Duramatic automatic transmissions, engine braking and electronic 2WD/4WD selection as standard.

Additional features include a digital display showing operating information like fuel level, temperature, oil pressure and speedometer/tachometer.

The tilting rear cargo box can transform into a flatbed to enhance hauling versatility. The 700 EFI has a payload capacity of 1,500 pounds, and the 500 EFI features a 1,100-pound payload capacity.

Both models are equipped with a standard front brush guard and adjustable CAM-style shocks for 10 inches of ground clearance.

Integrated front and rear two-inch receivers give users the ability to hook up trailers or attachments at either end of the machine.

Editor’s Note: Patty Vaughan is the editor of sister site Total Landscape Care.