Replacing the 9045B, Model CX290 features increased breakout force, more horsepower and the new Case digital electronic-controlled engine, which delivers a fuel-efficient 190 horsepower. Maximum dig depth is 23 feet 5 inches, and it has buckets up to 2.15 cubic yards. In addition, Case announces Model CX210 Narrow, which replaces the 9030B Narrow. The new unit measures 8 feet 6 inches wide and works well in confined spaces. Industry-first electronically controlled diesel engines use sophisticated electronic engine controls, high-pressure fuel injection and high-strength components.