New Holland Construction has recently upgraded its backhoe and skid steer lines. Now, all its machines feature Tier 4 Final emissions-compliant engines. Implementing these upgrades gives New Holland the rare opportunity to completely restyle its product lineup while still ensuring consumer-focused features like simplified maintenance and operator comfort.
C Series backhoes
Some contractors have begun replacing backhoes with compact excavators, but New Holland's backhoe sales have not suffered. The machines continue to be popular with rental companies, municipalities and mom-and-pop operations. The backhoe is surviving the rejuvenation of the construction industry by being "the Swiss Army knife of the jobsite."
New Holland's revamped backhoe lineup includes the B95C, B95C TC, B95C LR and B110C models. They range from 97 to 110 horsepower and have bucket breakout forces of 12,933 foot-pounds and lift capacities of approximately 3,940 pounds when positioned at 12 feet. The backhoes provide improved fuel economy with more torque than their predecessors. The machines' performance is enhanced due to the new curved loader arm design. They offer better breakout force, so you can maintain strength and durability.
There are a multitude of additional features created to offer a user-friendly experience. The sloped hood and flip-up windshield as well as a narrow boom give greater visibility to the operator. New Holland has also made life easier in regards to ground-level serviceability. Their wide layout for the stabilizer, the option to select mechanical or pilot controls and an auto-glide ride are great new features.
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You won't have to compromise on power and durability with the upgraded C Series backhoes.