No vehicle in its class has better range, a better warranty, or is easier to operate. The XRT800 easily navigates narrow trails and wide open spaces, and its compact size allows it to go places other UTVs can’t – including the bed of a regular pickup truck.
Ride in style and comfort with one of the most well-designed light-duty vehicles on the market. The two-wheel-drive XRT800 is ideal for cruising neighborhoods, lake-front property, small farms and tight paths. And it’s great for hauling, gardening and other tasks.
Constructed of high density rotomolded plastic, this cargo box features a manual dump, integrated bed slots for dividers, and 11 in. (28 cm) deep construction.
Our rugged XRT series is known for going places other vehicles can't – and that includes the bed of a full-size pickup truck. Whether you're taking your XRT out to the woods or to a job across town, just load it up and go.
Limited Slip Differential Improves Traction, Hill Climbing and SteeringXRT Tough Stuff
Utility vehicles used in hunting or work applications often cover wet, hilly and rough terrain. But this can cause problems with traction and steering for many two-wheel drive models. It can also damage lawns when the vehicles are used on grass. That’s not the case with Club Car’s new XRT800 and XRT850 utility vehicles. They are available from the factory with an optional automatic limited slip differential. The automotive-style limited slip differential operates differently, and more effectively, than either locking or open differentials.
XRT Tough Stuff
XRT utility vehicles are built for extreme expectations. Club Car is known for our rich heritage of well-engineered compact vehicles. No matter how extreme the expectation, chances are we have a vehicle that gets the job done. Whether it's doing chores on the farm, hunting in the rough, mountainous terrain or even transporting our military, XRT utility vehicles are built to exceed extreme expectations.
|Power||3.3 hp (2.5 kW) rated continuous;
13 hp (9.7 kW) rated peak motor
|14.0 hp (10.3 kW) rated, 404 cc, Subaru engine, with EFI|
|RPMs||NA||3600 RPM per SAE J1940|
|Electrical System||48-volt DC, reduced-speed reverse||12-volt, 500 cca|
|Steering||Self-adjusting rack and pinion||Self-adjusting rack and pinion|
|Front Suspension||Tapered mono-leaf springs with dual hydraulic shocks||Tapered mono-leaf springs with dual hydraulic shocks|
|Rear Suspension||Tapered mono-leaf springs with dual hydraulic shocks||Tapered mono-leaf springs with dual hydraulic shocks|
|Brakes||Dual rear wheel self-adjusting with cast-iron drums, single brake pedal and automatic-release park brake
||Dual rear wheel self-adjusting with cast-iron drums, single brake pedal and automatic-release park brake
|Chassis||Twin I-beam welded aluminum||Twin I-beam welded aluminum|
|Tires||20 x 10 - 8 in (508 x 254 - 203 mm) tubeless, four-ply rated||20 x 10 - 8 in (508 x 254 - 203 mm) tubeless, four-ply rated|
|Dash Instrumentation||Low-battery warning indicator||Fuel gauge / Hour meter / Low oil warning light|
|Overall L x W x H||100 x 45 x 47 in (255 x 114 x 119 cm)||100 x 45 x 47 in (255 x 114 x 119 cm)|
|Wheelbase||67 in (171 cm)||67 in (171 cm)|
|Ground Clearance||5 in (13 cm)||5 in (13 cm)|
|Tire Tread||Front 35 in (88 cm) / Rear 39 in (98 cm)||Front 35 in (88 cm) / Rear 39 in (98 cm)|
|Weight||874 lb (396 kg)||781 lb (354 kg)|
|Forward Speed||Up to 17 mph (27 kph)||15-17 mph (24-27 km/h)|
|Payload Capacity||300 lb (136 kg)||300 lb (136 kg)|
|Vehicle Capacity||800 lb (363 kg)||800 lb (363 kg)|
|Fuel||NA||4.6 gal (17.4 L) with Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)|