M-ATV Utility

Soldiers rely on the versatile Oshkosh Defense® MRAP All-Terrain Vehicle (M-ATV) Utility variant for agile, highly protected, off-road transport. With an adaptable flatbed platform and high payload capacity, the M-ATV Utility is the right vehicle to haul a wide variety of shelters, cargo, weaponry and support with International Organization for Standardization (ISO) lock corner fittings. Designed around a fully armored crew capsule and the TAK-4® independent suspension system, the M-ATV Utility improves forces’ safety and maintains complete off-road mobility at maximum payload.



Durable drivetrain: mud, snow, sand, deep water

Operate in -26°F (-32°C) to 130°F (54°C)

Traverse 60% grades and 30% side slopes

TAK-4® independent suspension system

70% off-road duty cycle

The M-ATV Utility is designed for the specific demands of protected off-road cargo transport and command and control operations. Featuring proven best-in-class mobility with the TAK-4® independent suspension system, the M-ATV Family of Vehicles dominates the most challenging terrain with an average 16 inches (400mm) of ground clearance and nearly 310 miles (500km) of cruising range.


Comprehensive Protection System

Fully armored, single compartment crew capsule

Blast seats: Driver, commander & rear positions

Option: Gunner Protection Kit (GPK)

Scalable crew protection

Integrated blast protection and advanced technologies work in concert to provide military and security forces with the capability, versatility, mobility and protection to meet mission demands.


Vehicle Systems & Technology

Complete C4ISR capabilities

High payload capacity

2nd row center seat converts to gunner stand

Remote Weapon Station (RWS) compatible

Option: full-sized runflat spare tire assembly

The M-ATV Utility’s extended wheelbase supports a variety of shelters, cargo and weaponry, along with onboard power and universal ISO locks, tie downs and brackets for rapid transitions between operations. And our proven history of world-class Tactical Wheeled Vehicle (TWV) design and extensive C4 systems integration capabilities give fleets the flexibility to expand and reconfigure components in the field to meet mission demands.

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