Compact Track Loader Comfort for All-Day Operation
Bobcat® compact track loaders (CTL) are focused on comfort and top visibility. Enter and exit easily, view your work area, work at a pleasant temperature and minimize fatigue.
With the industry's largest entry/exit area, you're less likely to bump your head or body. The extra space makes a difference as you enter and exit the cab throughout the day. The swing-open door doesn't take up cab space and can be removed without tools.
Bobcat compared its pressurized cab with other loader cabs. You might be surprised to see the results in this video.
Bobcat compact track loaders deliver better visibility in all directions. As you grade next to a building or load the machine on a trailer, you’ll gain better sight lines for easier operation. View the bucket corners from your seat and easily see the cutting edge. Tracks are visible without raising the loader arms. The striking cab-forward design of M-Series loaders makes the industry-best visibility even better.
More Operator Room
Overall comfort begins with the operator. Bobcat loaders have more head, waist, leg and elbow room for more space and less fatigue. Heater and air conditioning units are located outside the cab. A suspension seat is standard equipment on Bobcat compact track loaders to provide better ride comfort.
More Leg Room
You'll also notice the added leg room in Bobcat compact track loaders. Hydraulic oil lines are routed outside the cab for more space and comfort.
The optional heat and air conditioning keeps you comfortable year-round. The air conditioning unit is fully integrated to maximize clearance and visibility.
High-Visibility Curved Glass
The curved door glass design gives your Bobcat compact track loader a roomier cab and improved visibility – and adds style to your machine.
Effective attachment control is critical for quality work. The fingertip controls improve accuracy and comfort, even as you drive. As you engage the attachment flow, the detent feature eliminates the need to continuously hold the switch. Lock the flow in the opposite direction for soil conditioners, sweepers, tillers and other attachments. Operate grapples and combination buckets with the variable/max flow.