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Bobcat reveals compact telehandler and loaders

Bobcat has expanded its next generation R-Series range of products with the launch of the new Super Compact TL25.60 telehandler and the new S86 and T86 compact loaders.

The Super Compact TL25.60 Telehandler

The Super Compact TL25.60 Telehandler

As the smallest machine in the range, the new TL25.60 brings the number of rigid frame telehandlers from Bobcat for construction, rental and general handling to 11 models.

The new S86 R-Series Skid-Steer Loader and T86 R-Series Compact Track Loader replace the previous 700 and 800 M-Series loaders and complete the current R-Series loader line-up.

“Because job sites are becoming ever tighter on space, telehandlers must also become more compact and agile,” said Mike Vought, vice president product management at Doosan Bobcat EMEA.

“We have designed the new Bobcat TL25.60 to not only meet this demand but to be the best compact machine on the market. The S86 and T86 are also exceptional machines – the most powerful compact loaders we have ever built, providing even more versatility as both tool carriers and workhorses.”

The TL25.60 telehandler has been designed for simplicity of use, excellent stability, optimum comfort and safe operation in any type of application.  It is powered by a 75 HP Bobcat Stage V engine. With a rated operating capacity of 2500 kg, it offers a maximum lift height of 5.91m and a maximum reach of 3.31m. The Bob-Tach carriage (manual or hydraulic) increases versatility by allowing the TL25.60 to utilise attachments designed for the Bobcat loader range.

The Bobcat S86 compact loader

The Bobcat S86 compact loader

Florian Hilbert, telescopics product manager EMEA at Bobcat, said: “On top of this Super Compact format, the cab in the TL25.60 is the same as Bobcat’s top-of-the-range R-Series 18 m model, so customers can be certain they have the most spacious cab in the compact telehandler market. A complementary version of the TL25.60 aimed at the agricultural market will be launched in 2023.”

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