Bobcat reveals new compact equipment range

By Catrin Jones21 September 2022

T86 R-Series Compact Track Loader T86 R-Series Compact Track Loader (Photo: Bobcat)

Bobcat has launched the new Super Compact TL25.60 telehandler as well as adding two new loaders to their R-Series range - the S86 Skid Steer Loader and T86 Compact Track Loader.

The new TL25.60 telehandler is said to have been designed for simplicity of use, excellent stability, optimum comfort and safe operation in any type of application.

Bobcat says that the TL25.60 is powered by a 75 HP Bobcat Stage V engine and has a rated operating capacity of 2500 kg. The machine offers a maximum lift height of 5.91m and a maximum reach of 3.31m.

TL.25.60 Super Compact Telehandler (Photo: Bobcat)

The S86 and T86 Compact Loaders are said to both feature a Stage V compliant 3.4 l Bobcat engine – producing 78 kW (105 HP) at 2600 RPM. The company says that just like all R-Series loaders, the engine is mounted in-line with direct drive, which is said to improve the cooling capacity of the engine and hydraulic components to increase reliability in high-intensity applications, such as road construction.

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

“We have designed the new Bobcat TL25.60 to not only meet this demand but to be the best compact

S86 R-Series Skid Steer Loader (Photo: Bobcat)

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.”

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