2012 Supermach Scout™ Price Details and Specs
Launched in 2010, the Case IH Scout utility vehicle is a spiritual ancestor to a groundbreaking sport utility vehicle built through the 1960s and 1970s by International Harvester. While the 2012 Case IH Scout vehicle smaller than its inspirational product, the version currently in production is more tailored towards off-road use. Designed for work duty, the 2012 Case IH Scout base model is available in two-wheel and four-wheel drive configurations. Built on a steel frame, the 2012 Case IH Scout features MacPherson struts at the front and a fully independent rear trailing arm suspension at the rear. Powered by a four-stroke Briggs & Stratton V-twin engine generating 14 horsepower, the 2012 Case IH Scout had a top speed of 25 miles per hour. On the four-wheel drive models of the 2012 Case IH Scout, the system is controlled through an on/off control. The 2012 Case IH Scout XL models differ vastly from the base version of the utility vehicle. 2012 Case IH Scout XL utility vehicles are constructed on an aircraft-grade aluminum chassis supported by a suspension consisting of front double A-arms and a rear swingarm with coil-over shock. Four-wheel drive on the 2012 Case IH Scout XL is an automatically engaged system designed to kick in when needed. The 2012 Case IH Scout XL range also features a four-passenger model of the utility vehicle. Engine power for the 2012 Case IH Scout XL is derived from a gasoline and diesel powerplant. Generating 23 horsepower, a Kawasaki two-cylinder gasoline engine on the 2012 Case IH Scout XL is paired with an enclosed continuously variable transmission. For diesel power off-road or at the work site, the 2012 Case IH Scout XL features a three-cylinder, 20-horsepower Kubota powerplant. Total vehicle rated capacity with the 2012 Case IH Scout line ranges from 925 to 1,600 pounds. All 2012 Case IH Scout models include the reliable stopping power of four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes.
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