Bobcat has released the L95, its largest and most powerful compact wheel loader yet, providing material handling capabilities with large bucket capacity, high lift height, swift travel speeds, and maneuverability.
The L95 is Bobcat's third compact wheel loader, joining the L65 and L85. At 74 horsepower and an operating weight of 11,993 pounds, the L95 is more than 800 pounds heavier than the 68-hp L85. It has a rated operating capacity of 3,981 pounds.
A compact size, tight turning radius, and the Power Bob-Tach interface all provide enhanced versatility, ensuring performance that make it work well for landscaping, construction, rental, and other applications.
The L95 is powered by an advanced Tier 4 turbocharged engine that provides high-torque performance and efficiency while also achieving emissions compliance without the use of a diesel particulate filter (DPF) or selective catalyst reduction (SCR). The engine provides reliable cold weather starting and a variety of features that make maintenance and service more convenient.
A standard bucket capacity of 1.2 cubic yards and 10.5 feet of lift height make the L95 a strong material handling machine. Its electronic hydrostatic transmission (E-HST) allows for easy direction changes, efficient acceleration, and easy speed control. The E-HST transmission and horsepower management automatically adjusts the loader's drive system to maximize pushing and loading power.
The L95 also offers standard features including flex drive, automatic ride control, high-flow auxiliary hydraulics, advanced attachment control mode, and travel speeds reaching 24 mph.
Operator comfort has been improved in the new machine. Low noise levels, an oscillating frame, smooth turning, and automatic ride control combine for improved ride quality. A spacious, pressurized cab is available. High visibility, ergonomics, a heated air-ride seat, efficient HVAC system, and an easy-to-read instrumentation panel are also available.
A seat-mounted joystick with adjustable armrest adds comfort and controllability. A five-inch display panel gives operators full-featured machine interaction and monitoring capabilities. An optional rearview camera integrates with the touch display.
The Power Bob-Tach System comes standard on the L95, which allows operators to pick up and drop non-hydraulic attachments without leaving the seat, and speed up hydraulic attachment connections. Buckets and pallet forks designed specifically for Bobcat compact wheel loaders are available. With the Bob-Tach system, operators can share select attachments with other Bobcat equipment for even greater versatility. Compatible attachments include buckets, forks, angle brooms, snow pushers, grapples, snow blowers, and augers.