Hyundai’s two new state-of-the art wheel loaders – the HL740-9 and the HL757-9 – provide operators fast cycle times for many job applications including moving gravel, sand, or other materials in general construction, or moving stone and pipe in utility applications. Operators can easily switch out a bucket for a fork, plus benefit from the value of more standard features when compared to the competition.
Both the HL740-9 (145 hp) and the HL 757-9 (173 hp) are powered by Cummins Tier-III QSB6.7 engines. Operators will appreciate the flexibility of three engine modes (Power, Standard, or Econo) which range from full power to reduced fuel consumption.
Both models offer the following specialized configurations:
• Tool Master (TM) is appropriate for jobs requiring special attachments, such as forks, log grapples or hay handlers.
•Extend Reach (XTD) are for projects requiring a higher dump height, such as loading material into high sided dump trucks or use in feed lot applications.
All come standard with Hi-mate, Hyundai’s proprietary remote management system that provides operators and dealer service personnel access to vital service and diagnostic information via an online portal.
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