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What Does ASV Stand For Regarding Skid Steer And Track Loaders?

When it comes to skid steers and track loaders, it's a unanimous decision that the ASV brand is regarded as the best choice for contractors and construction personnel alike.

 

So What Does ASV Stand For?

ASV stands for "All Season Vehicle" and as the name suggests, it can be used in any season, on almost any terrain, and in a variety of locations.

Due to it's versatility in it's domain, the ASV company represents the name well and is very similar in how we call ATV an "All Terrain Vehicle."

And although ASV equipment is considered all-terrain, their machines provide exceptional construction capabilities at a faster speed, with more power, less ground pressure, and improved productivity over competition and other machinery. 

 

What Kind Of Terrain Can I Operate An ASV?

Doesn't matter if it's snow, rain, gravel, dirt, mud, rubble, hills, slopes, or whatever else, the ASV can conquer all!

Although most clients use ASV for land remodeling and digging, contractors and construction companies a like have used it for every kind of job you can imagine.

Let's face it, if everyone had an ASV track loader, the world would be a better place.

 

Backstory

ASV was founded back in 1983 by Edgar Hetteen and Gary Lemke, with the creation of their first model called the "Track Truck." 

In 1990, the company released their first track loader which paved the way (no pun intended) for all their current models we see today like the RT-120, RT-25, RT-75, and many more.

As of 2020, ASV continues to design, test, and create newer models of compact track loaders that push the limits.

You can read the whole story here.

 

How Do ASV Track Loaders Compare To Other Equipment?

Customers often ask us whether or not to rent a track loader or something else.

But based on the variety of jobs a track loader can complete, it's often your best bet.

Track loaders can be used for land clearing, digging, grading, truck loading, slope work. Even better is they can fit in narrow places where other machinery can't.

 

How Much Does An ASV Loader Cost?

Depending on which model and make you want, as well as the attachments, a track loader from ASV will cost you at least $40,000 brand new.

However, if you wish to purchase larger and more versatile models, you can see upwards of $120,000 and even higher!

Medium or average price models wil run you about $75,000.

 

Areas We Serve

If you're interested in purchasing or renting the all-incredible ASV Posi-Track Loaders, visit our showroom located at  17 Viaduct Road, Stamford, CT 06907.

Give us a call and we will be happy to answer any questions: (203) 323-3752

Serving the New York/Connecticut area and the towns of Stamford, Darien, Norwalk, New Canaan, Greenwich, Fairfield, Bridgeport, and Westport.

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