New to North America and the smallest machine in its line, the EC20 compact excavator weighs 4,277 pounds with cab.
New to North America and the smallest machine in its line, the EC20 compact excavator weighs 4,277 pounds with cab. It is powered by a 16.2-horsepower Volvo three-cylinder Tier 4 engine with auto engine shutdown feature. Sporting the Volvo Care Cab, it offers a spacious operating environment and new electro-proportional fingertip control on the joystick that allows swing and offset movement at the same time. Maximum dig depth is 8 feet 4 inches, and the unit’s tail swing is 7 percent less than its predecessor.
The 48,900-pound 210 X4 excavator delivers up to 9 percent faster cycles times than its predecessor, according to the manufacturer.
Models CX130D and CX160D have operating weights of 29,131 and 38,391 pounds, respectively.
The EC160E excavator meets Tier 4-F regulations with a 146-horsepower Volvo D4 engine.
New E Series ECR145E and ECR235E excavators have Tier 4-Final engines