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Compare Skid-Steer Loaders, Compact Track Loaders and All-Wheel Steer Loaders

Which loader is best for you? With the growing Bobcat® product choices, it is challenging to find the right loader for your needs. Begin by matching your needs with the strengths of each loader type.

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Skid-Steer Loader

Best for all-around maneuverability, powerful performance and cost-effective work

S300 Skid-Steer Loader
  • Perform a wide range of tasks
  • Many machine sizes, operating capacities and lift heights
  • More standard features including automatic shutdown protection, deluxe cab and front auxiliary hydraulics
  • More attachments and options than any other manufacturer
  • Three types of machine control options

Compact Track Loader

Best for extended work seasons, higher pushing force, increased flotation and minimal ground disturbance

T300 Compact Track Loader
  • Low ground pressure
  • Smoother ride on rough ground
  • Increased digging and pushing power
  • Elevated sprocket design for minimal wear
  • Increased lift capacity to handle heavy loads
  • Unmatched rough terrain performance
  • Several undercarriage options

All-Wheel Steer Loader

Best for steering options, high maneuverability and low impact to existing surfaces

A300 All-Wheel Steer Loader
  • Dual steering modes (all-wheel steer and skid steer)
  • Reduced tire wear
  • Reduced surface disturbance
  • High maneuverability in either steering mode
  • Unsurpassed operator comfort
  • Low-effort joystick control