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Deere upgrades popular AMT
Popular demand has prompted Deere to upgrade its five wheel AMT600 ("Almost A Truck") utility vehicle, which has been on the market about two years.
The just-introduced new version, called the AMT625, sports the following new features:
A steering wheel (instead of handle bars), two seats (instead of one), a 10 hp Kawasaki engine (instead of 8 hp), foot-operated controls, console shifting, dual headlights and a bigger (manual-tip) bed (48 by 48 by 11 in.) rated at 625 lbs. capacity.
Suggested retail is $4,199. The original AMT600, still in production, sells for $3,399.
For more information, see your nearest Deere dealer.


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