— The T-Boss and Warriors —

Massimo Motors is gaining traction in America and expands its UTV line-up for 2019 with an all-new T-Boss 750, Warrior 1000 five-seater and T-Boss 1100 Diesel. Massimo is going for more market share and striving to be the most value-packed, high-quality brand. The Texas facility has 325,000 square feet, with two assembly lines, a design center, dyno and test track, with 70,000 square feet dedicated to 24–48-hour parts fulfillment.

The new 2019 Massimo T-Boss 750 is larger than the 550 with bigger 27×9-14 front and 27×11-14 rear tires to handle the extra horsepower. It tows 1500 pounds and weighs less than 1000 pounds with fully street-legal hardware.
The new 2019 Warrior 1000 is the largest gas-powered Massimo yet with a 1000cc V-twin engine making close to 80 horsepower. Two fold-down seats in the convertible bed increase carrying capacity to five adults.


The T-Boss line expands with the all-new T-Boss 750, which is powered by a 694.6cc single making 42 horsepower. It has more travel, width and power than the $8499 T-Boss 550, and it also has larger 27×14 tires on two-tone aluminum wheels. Four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes and EPS aid quick handling on the 57-inch-wide machine with a 72-inch wheelbase. It also comes standard with nerf bar/rock sliders, a winch, side mirrors, LED and HID lights, a roof, tilt steering, digital dash and a folding center console with magnetic back, two cup holders and USB ports. Folded up, the console provides room for a third passenger. It comes in white/red, blue/red, red/red and True Timber Camo for $10,499, plus dealer prep.

The new 2019 T-Boss 1100D sports a 1123cc Kubota triple-diesel engine capable of towing 1800 pounds. It has four hydraulic disc brakes and 26-inch tires on 14-inch rims. It also has street-legal features and a 4500-pound winch.

Also joining the 550 and 750, the all-new T-Boss 1100D sports a Kubota Diesel engine with 21-percent more power, 62-percent more torque and 20-percent more top speed. The D1105-E3B Kubota inline triple displaces 1123cc and has 24.8-horsepower output, and it’s capable of towing 1800 pounds. The dumping steel bed can carry 1100 pounds of cargo, and the 1000D sports a roof and 4500-pound winch. It also sports LED/HID lights, heavy-duty front bumper, center and side mirrors, EPS, a locking front differential, turn signals and 9.25-gallon fuel cell. It comes in green, red or camo for an MSRP of $15,199.

The bench seat has a trick center console that is held up by magnets, so fold it up to make room for a third person. We also like the ergonomic-padded passenger grab bar and digital instrument panel.
The T-Boss 750’s 694.6cc single rides under the tilt bed and has Rhino-like dimensions. The suspension has Zerk fittings for easy maintenance and a rear sway bar to fight body roll.
Under the bench seat, the T-Boss 750 has a Donaldson-type air box with tool-less access to the filter. It’s sealed well for deep water and mud.


Joining the Warrior 700 and 800 (tested in December 2018), the new Warrior 1000 is on the way for 2019. The Warrior 1000 will be packed with the same features as the 800, with a 70-inch width, a large foam air filter under the center seat, locking front and rear differentials, dual exhausts, and large radiator with dual fans. The all-metal body includes a front rack and large bed with removable tailgate and side panels. It will hold at least 775 pounds and dumps with two electronic rams doing the lifting. New, two rear-facing seats fold up and are accompanied by protective rails and passenger grips. The 800 makes 60 horsepower, so expect closer to 75–80 horsepower and 65-plus-mph top speed with a 1000cc V-twin. It will come in black or Military Tan with massive bumpers, A-arm guards and full skid plates, along with a metal roof and high-capacity winch. Prices are to be announced soon.


Massimo Motors

3101 W. Miller Rd.

Garland, TX 75041

(877) 644-2107

[email protected]

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