Designed and built in the USA to be rugged and versatile, the all-new line of UTVs from American LandMaster (currently American SportWorks) are born ready for any project, from the back yard to the back country. From 2-wheel-drive models available with locking differentials, to extremely capable 4-wheel-drive vehicles, these UTVs are engineered to get there, and get done.
With the high-torque LandMAXX Commercial Power Engines and durable CV Tech automatic transmissions, American LandMaster UTVs have dependable power systems to tackle the toughest work. Every model comes standard with a spacious dump bed, 2-inch receiver hitch, heavy-duty suspension, and impressive ground clearance to handle rough terrain with room to spare. American LandMaster UTVs offer outstanding entry and exit, and have ergonomic control panels for convenience and all-day use. Whatever the job calls for, whatever the day demands, the all-new line of UTVs from American LandMaster are built to deliver.
The LandStar LS670 (pictured) is no show pony. This go-anywhere, 4-wheel-drive UTV is powered by the company’s largest engine, which is made by Kohler. It has enough torque to handle any project and can travel up to 90 miles on a single tank of gas. A convenient CV Tech automatic transmission and Dana transaxle with locking differential provide maximum control and traction. A durable powder-coated steel frame paired with double A-Arm front suspension with adjustable shocks and articulated rear swing arm suspension with quad adjustable shocks deliver up to 3 inches of travel for a smooth ride. Heavy-duty suspension and heavy-duty coil-over shocks on all 4 wheels help even out rough terrain. The LandStar LS670 can haul up to 500 pounds in a 9.25-cubic-foot manual dump bed, and tow up to 1,200 pounds with a 2-inch rear receiver hitch. A heavy-duty steel bumper fends off brush, branches and debris for a comfortable ride in all terrain. The LandStar LS670 is backed by a 3-year engine warranty and a 1-year limited vehicle warranty. It is available in red, green, white, black or camo.
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