The features of Kubota's RTV series all-terrain vehicles include air-cooled, electronic fuel injection engines, continuously variable transmissions with inertial clutches, four-wheel disc brakes and the Kubota's standard frame-integrated roll-over protection structure, which meets U.S. Occupational Safety and Hazards Administration standards. Kubota's RTV 500 also features a variable hydraulic transmission, which eliminates the need to adjust belt drives. The RTV-X900 model features a 21.6-horsepower diesel engine, variable hydraulic transmission with oil cooler, in-line two-speed shifter and limited-slip front differential.
The maximum traveling speed of Kubota's RTV and RTV-X models is 25-miles per hour. The general purpose RTV-X900 has a towing capacity of 1,300 pounds, a payload capacity of 1,664 pounds and a ground clearance of 10.4 inches. The two RTV models tow up to 1,102 pounds and have payload capacities between 949 and 1,058 pounds. Cargo bed dimensions for this series are 40.6-inches in width, 33.7-inches in length and 11.4-inches in depth. The RTV-X900 features a 57.7-inch wide, 40.5-inch long cargo bed that is 11.2-inches deep.
These all-terrain utility vehicles are customizable through Kubota's Build My Kubota online feature. Prospective buyers select the series and model, choosing general purpose or work site options, color, all-terrain or work site tires, and special packages such as spray-on bedliners.