Gravely’s new AXIS 100 series of gasoline-powered compact utility loaders launched at this year's Equip Expo to give a low-barrier-of-entry opportunity to landscape contractors and lawn maintenance professionals. The AXIS 100GT and AXIS 100GW, which represent track and wheel-drive models, feature many of the same features as their diesel-powered counterparts.

“In years of drought or reduced business, the Gravely AXIS 100 gives more professionals a cost-friendly solution to expand their range of services,” said AriensCo Director of Commercial Product Grant Wilson. “With a universal attachment mounting plate that supports interchangeable attachments, the AXIS 100 is a Swiss Army Knife. It scoops, lifts and transports supplies and material, digs, trenches, and opens multiple new revenue streams without adding labor.”

Though the 23.5-horsepower KOHLER Command PRO CH730 engine is a clear difference from the AXIS 200 series, favorites from the diesel-powered lineup are carried into the AXIS 100. That includes a self-leveling boom/bucket, universal attachment plate, adjustable hydraulics to supply power where needed, track and wheel options, two auxiliary hydraulic ports to drive motor- and cylinder-driven attachments and a common controls layout.

At 40-inches wide and 60.5-inches long (without attachment), both track and wheel models can fit on most open and enclosed trailers.

The Gravely AXIS 100 is made in America at AriensCo’s Fayetteville, Tennessee, manufacturing facility and will be available at select independently-owned and operated Gravely dealers in the U.S. and Canada beginning in spring 2024.

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