JLG enters utility vehicle market with 315G and 615G

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Updated Apr 15, 2017
JLG’s new 315G (pictured) and 615G utility vehicles are manufactured through and agreement with Arctic Cat. Photo: JLGJLG’s new 315G (pictured) and 615G utility vehicles are manufactured through and agreement with Arctic Cat. Photo: JLG

JLG has launched a line of utility vehicles, designed to transport people and equipment around large construction sites and other venues.

The gas-powered three-seat 315G and six-seat 615G were manufactured through an agreement with Arctic Cat. Diesel models are coming later this year, the company says.

Both models can be switched in and out of four-wheel and two-wheel drive while in operation. They have 10-inch ground clearance and independent suspension. They come with a rugged axle, standard skid plate, brush guard bumper, heavy duty steel frame and powder-coated paint.

Towing capacity is 1,500 pounds, and the cargo box can hold up to 1,000 pounds. Truck bed panels can be removed to accommodate a full-size skid.

Other standard features: contoured seats and foot beds, headrests and seat belts, power steering, backup alarm and remote oil and filter check. An enclosed cab with heater and windshield and a beacon are optional.