VIDEO: Roxor’s new Roxbox 4×4, RBT 2000 dump trailer constructed for development, mining and ag work

Roxor’s new Roxbox conversion incorporates a hardtop cab and a workbench built-in into the mattress. Pictures: Wayne Grayson

If you happen to’ve pushed by or stopped at your native powersports vendor within the final couple of years, possibly you’ve seen the Roxor. It seems like a mini Jeep and it has the mini price ticket to match. Beginning at round $16,000, Roxor is side-by-side fashion 4×4 with metal development and a turbocharged diesel engine made by a U.S. division of India’s Mahindra. And although Mahindra is primarily recognized for its tractors and agricultural gear right here within the U.S., in line with Roxor’s Eric Anderson, this succesful 4×4 is probably going solely the primary foray into the U.S. automotive marketplace for the corporate.

Up till now although, Roxor has targeted totally on off-road fans. In any case, the Roxor will not be manufactured to be street authorized (although just a few aftermarket tweaks can carry it as much as code in most areas.) However on the SEMA present in Las Vegas not too long ago, Roxor confirmed us its first merchandise constructed with work in thoughts: the Roxbox variant of its 4×4 and a brand new dump trailer.

The Roxbox variant features a guarded hard-top and a modular workbench fitted to the Roxor mattress. The brand new RBT 2000 trailer has a elevate/dump operate and a two-way tailgate. Within the video beneath we chat with Anderson about Roxor’s historical past, U.S. market ambition and get all the main points on the brand new Roxbox and RBT 2000. Beneath the video, take a look at extra photographs of the Roxbox, the RBT 2000 trailer and yet another customary configuration Roxor 4×4 on show at SEMA.