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New Doosan Mid-Size Excavators & Loaders at Bauma

New Doosan Mid-Size Excavators & Loaders at Bauma

As always, the Doosan Construction Equipment stand at the Bauma Exhibition in 2016 will be a busy place and one of the highlights will be the first appearance at Bauma of the company’s new Mid-Size ‘-5’ Stage IV compliant excavators and wheel loaders.

Sharing the same DNA as the larger -5 models, the new Mid-Size models offer similar levels of productivity improvement, comfort enhancement and increased product versatility. At Bauma itself, Doosan has confirmed that it is showing the following Mid-Size machines:

DX140W-5 wheeled excavator

DX165W-5 wheeled excavator

DX190W-5 wheeled excavator

DL200-5 wheel loader

DL250-5 wheel loader

In addition, the following new models will be introduced in the second half of 2016:

DX225LC-5 crawler excavator

DX180LC-5 crawler excavator

DX160W-5 wheeled excavator

DL220-5 wheel loader

As well as meeting the latest Stage IV emission regulations, the -5 range goes much further and sets a new benchmark for excavator and wheel loader design globally and raises the performance standards already set by the previous ‘-3’ Stage IIIB range. These changes are signified by a distinctive new machine styling scheme that is common to all new -5 machines.

As well as powerful Stage IV compliant diesel engines, new innovative and exclusive features have been introduced in the new Mid-Size -5 excavators and wheel loaders that reduce fuel consumption further compared to the -3 models. Already excelling in spaciousness and ergonomics, the new cabs on the Mid-Size models have also been further refined for outstanding operator comfort and ease of operation.

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