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You can find the specs for it here:

2013 Polaris Brutus Utility Vehicle: Specifications

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ENGINE
Engine Type3-Cylinder Diesel
Displacement904cc
Fuel SystemIndirect Injection
CoolingLiquid
Horsepower (HP)24 HP
DRIVETRAIN
Transmission/Final DriveAutomatic Hydrostatic with Treadle Pedal (H/L/N/Park)
Drive SystemOn-Demand True AWD / 2WD / VersaTrac Turf Mode
Engine Braking SystemHydrostatic EBS
Active Descent ControlNot Equipped
SUSPENSION
Front SuspensionDual A-Arm 6 in (15.24 cm) Travel
Rear SuspensionMulti-Link Coil Over De-Dion Suspension 6" (15.24 cm) Travel
BRAKES
Front/Rear Brakes4-Wheel Hydraulic Disc with Dual-Bore Front Calipers
TIRES / WHEELS
Front Tires25 x 10 -12; 489
Rear Tires25 x 11-12; 489
WheelsStamped Steel
DIMENSIONS / CAPACITIES
Wheelbase84 in (213.4 cm)
Dry Weight1643 lb (745 kg)
Overall Vehicle Size (L x W x H)123.5 x 64 x 73 in (314 x 163 x 185 cm)
Ground Clearance10 in (25.4 cm)
Seat HeightN.A.
Fuel Capacity10 gal (37.9 L)
Bed Box Dimensions (L x W x H)43.5 x 54 x 11.5 in (110.5 x 137 x 29 cm)
Rear Cargo Box Capacity1,250 lb (567 kg)
Payload Capacity1,750 lb (793.8 kg)
Hitch Towing Rating2,000 lb (907.2 kg)
Hitch/TypeStandard/2" Receiver
FEATURES
Cargo SystemLock & Ride with Integrated Box Tie Downs
Lighting55W low / 60W high, LED Tail
InstrumentationDigital Gauge, Speedometer, Odometer, Tachometer, tripmeter, Hour meter, Gear Indicator, DC Outlet (2), Hi-Temp Light
Hydraulic Power SteeringStandard
Alternator90 Amp
Electric Cargo Box LiftOptional Accessory
PTON.A.
CabOptional Lock & Ride® PRO-FIT™ Can Enclosure Accessories
 

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awesome thanks :)

good to see a high beam function. I am always in the dark so I'll be adding additional lighting anyways but the high beam helps for quick access to more light.
 

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Ground Clearance10 in (25.4 cm)

^ thats some good ground clearance, great for majority of the things people will be putting this beast through.
 

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Ground Clearance10 in (25.4 cm)

^ thats some good ground clearance, great for majority of the things people will be putting this beast through.
for most people it will be enough unless you have to travel over some really rough and crazy terrain which wont be that common for Brutus owners.
 

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for most people it will be enough unless you have to travel over some really rough and crazy terrain which wont be that common for Brutus owners.
It would have to be a crazy trail to not be able to handle it with the Brutus. If that is what you want to be doing with a UTV, you are probably better off getting something other than the Brutus. And Polaris definitely does sell other UTVs to fill that demand.
 

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It would have to be a crazy trail to not be able to handle it with the Brutus. If that is what you want to be doing with a UTV, you are probably better off getting something other than the Brutus. And Polaris definitely does sell other UTVs to fill that demand.
exactly, just need to buy a vehicle for what ever you'll need it to do, it's not hard to decide. but i bet there will be people that wish they had a more extreme off-road worthy UTV
 

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The Brutus was designed as an ATV that meets both work and play demands.

Something that is catered to extreme off-roading is more meant for play and less work. Which Poloris will gladly sell your the RZR.
 

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Also wondering what this PTON.A is? I don't have a clue.

Great to have all the specs listed here though. Thanks for the post.
I think it was supposed to be PTO N.A. Meaning Specs on the PTO were not available. There is also a N.A next to seat height.
 
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