Bobcat articulating wheel loader brings capacity and speed to the farm

Bobcat product manager Jiri Karmazin

Bobcat skid-steer loaders have found a home on North American farms and the manufacturer is hoping its compact wheel loaders can follow the same path to sales success.

In this report from Agritechnica, Bobcat loaders product manager Jiri Karmazin says the company’s new L95 compact wheel loader will be available to U.S. and Canadian farmers in 2024.

Bobcat, which invented the world’s first skid-steer loader more than 60 years ago, says its L95 loader promises to bring high bucket capacity, swift travel speeds and impressive maneuverability to the farm.

The 75 horsepower loader features a 1.2-yard bucket capacity, 10.5-foot lift height and can travel up to 24 mph. Three drive modes provide faster travel options and its compact size, tight turning radius and Power Bob-Tach attachment mounting system ensures maximum versatility for numerous jobs. See the video below.

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