Welcome to the proving grounds, and a center for third party utility vehicle testing and evaluations! This gallery features four videos that will explain the results of a few John Deere Gator comparisons tests, further proving their reliability and uniqueness when compared against industry competition.

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How do the 2015 John Deere XUV825i and 855D stack up against the competition when considering the cargo box, terrain capability, pulling force and turning radius? Browse this video gallery below to find out everything that John Deere Gators can do. Enjoy!

John Deere Gator Comparisons: The Cargo Box

The first test compared cargo box size and volume to help judge their usefulness on the job. It turns out that the John Deere Gator actually holds a lot more than the industry standard.

John Deere Gator Comparisons: Terrain Capability

The second test looked at the terrain capability while carrying a heavy load. Each vehicle was loaded to carry its maximum cargo box capacity. While others were stuck, the John Deere Gator conquered each obstacle. In the end, only the John Deere Gator XUV 825i and 855D were able to successfully finish the course.

John Deere Gator Comparisons: Pulling Force

The 2015 John Deere Gator XUV 825i and 855D were put to the test in the third round, where pulling force was evaluated. The XUV 825i was evaluated to pull 2,683 pounds of force and the XUV 855D was measured at 2,547 pounds, no sweat! Watch this video to find out the results!

John Deere Gator Comparisons: Turning Radius

Test four compared the turning radius of Gators against the competition to simulate maneuverability on the job, proving the competitive advantage of the 2015 John Deere Gator XUV 825i and 855D. Say goodbye to your familiarity with three-point turns!

Hopefully you enjoyed these videos explaining the results of John Deere Gator comparison tests. Remember, there are many advantages to using a gator, and these videos highlight just a few of them! If you enjoyed this post or want to read others, feel free to connect with us on Facebook, or Twitter!

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