To make a good purchase we help you to know differences between farm utility vehicles and electric transporters.
Alkè transporters have a loading bed capacity of more than 1000Kg and towing capacity that reaches 2,000Kg. Below are the characteristics of an Alkè off-road vehicle.
|Characteristics||Farm utility vehicle *
|Engine||Diesel engine||Electric||Kubota engines are considered among the best in the world.|
|Maximum speed||slow because of inadequate suspensions||44 km/h||The variator with torque conveyor offers the maximum torque at every speed, making driving determined and extremely easy.|
|Gears||Manual||Automatic with engine brake||The engine brake ensures the high safety standards and perfect descent manoeuvrability.|
|Loading capacity||1000Kg||1000Kg||Biggest farm utility vehicles have greater loading capacity.|
|Driving comfort||Poor||High||Suspensions of Alkè vehciles allow a comfortable driving in any type of ground|
|Soft tires||No||Yes||Alkè transportes can be used on delicate grounds without leaving trace.|
|Vehicle width||135-170 cm||127 cm||The small width of the transporter allows to operate in restricted areas and mountain paths.|
As for farm utility vehicles, Alkè off-road vehicles are used in most different areas: from agriculture to industries, from simple means of transport to a strong and reliable snowplough.
(*) The comparison is purely indicative, data reported referes to farm utility vehicles with similar dimensions of ATX electric vehicles.