Introducing the first-ever Cat Utility Vehicles!
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From paving cul-de-sacs to clearing land for new home foundations, the equipment needs of the general contractor vary widely from day to day.
Whether you’re repaving a highway or developing an industrial complex, Peterson sells the construction machines you need. The Cat lineup of construction machines is unmatched in the industry for its breadth of available options, and Peterson’s team is committed to finding the perfect machine for you.
Whether you’re processing household trash, waste lumber, compost, or scrap metal, Cat offers a comprehensive lineup of specialized machines and attachments designed to cope with the challenges specific to the waste and recycling industries.
Whether you’re breaking concrete on a derelict overpass or demolishing an industrial complex, you can depend on Cat demolition equipment to withstand the abuses of your environment and deliver safety, performance, and reliability all day, every day.
When you’re building new roads, doing the job right the first time is your main priority. Cat paving equipment makes accomplishing that goal simply easier.
Whether you’re doing residential or commercial landscaping, the days of wheelbarrows and shovels are behind us.
Peterson Cat is proud to introduce Caterpillar’s brand-new line of utility vehicles (UTVs), so we’re offering special pricing to pre-sale buyers. Act now and you’ll save up to $1,300 off MSRP!
Preorder discount: $1,000Your price: $13,990*Oregon only
Preorder discount: $1,000Your price: $15,290
Preorder discount: $1,300Your price: $15,490*Oregon only
Preorder discount: $1,300Your price: $16,690
Offer subject to limited availability. Peterson Cat reserves the right to end promotion at any time. Additional terms and restrictions may apply; talk to your Peterson Cat salesman to learn more.
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