Tough, dependable and versatile — that’s Bobcat compact equipment
Bobcat Company pioneered the compact equipment industry with the world’s first skid-steer loader, and today is still helping customers with ongoing product advances and new offerings
M-Series skid-steer and compact track loaders — the newest generation of Bobcat® loaders — put operators’ needs first, with exceptional all-around visibility, easy-to-operate controls, a comfortable cab, minimal maintenance for uptime protection and more attachments — made by Bobcat Company — than any other brand. Select from 13 skid-steer loaders, eight compact track loaders, two mini track loaders and the exclusive A770 all-wheel steer loader.
A diverse lineup of Bobcat excavators includes 12 different models to best match the application. There are Conventional, Minimal and Zero Tail Swing models to choose from, depending on jobsite conditions that may dictate which machine is best suited for digging and loading. Dig depths for Bobcat excavators range from 6 to more than 15 feet to minimize machine repositioning. Bobcat is the only compact equipment manufacturer with a clamp-ready extendable-arm option; standard and long-arm configurations are available too.
With the addition of two hydrostatic models — the 3600 and 3650 — choose from five utility vehicles. Operate PTO front-mounted attachments for the 3650 equipped with Multi-Attachment X-Change™ (M.A.X.) system. PTO attachments include an angle broom, mower and snowblower; non-PTO attachments are available for the 3600 and 3650. Ride in style with numerous options and accessories for Bobcat utility vehicles.
Toolcat utility work machines
Still an industry exclusive, Toolcat™ utility work machines from Bobcat Company combine many of the best features of a compact tractor, loader, pickup and utility vehicle, all in one easy-to-operate machine. There are more than 40 front-mounted attachments approved for use with the 5600 and 5610 to maximize their versatility. Additionally, the 5610 has a three-point hitch, PTO and rear remote hydraulics for expanded implement offerings, and the 5600 has a cargo box to transport supplies and tools.
Toolcat utility work machines
For applications that require more reach and lift height than a Bobcat loader, there is the V417 telescopic tool carrier, commonly known as a telehandler. It features straightforward controls, a hydrostatic transmission and a two-stage, low-profile boom. The V417 is compatible with more than 20 Bobcat-approved attachments thanks to the Bob-Tach® attachment mounting system, and many of those attachments are compatible with other Bobcat machines in your fleet.
Genuine Bobcat attachments
Attachments empower Bobcat equipment owners to get more out of their machinery, often enabling them to expand their services, get work done faster or replace projects done by manual labor with hand tools. Altogether, there are more than 100 unique attachments and hundreds of models to choose from. Some Bobcat attachments can cross over to multiple tool carriers to further maximize their utilization in your fleet. Find the attachments organized by carrier type in this buyer’s guide. Each listing shows compatible equipment.
For a comprehensive review of Bobcat attachments, visit the attachment page or refer to our Summer Attachment Catalog edition of WorkSaver® magazine.
Introducing the new non-DPF Tier 4 Bobcat engine
Bobcat Company is excited to introduce a new non-DPF Tier 4 engine that will help reduce air pollution and meet stringent emission standards. The new Bobcat® engine is available for select Bobcat loaders today — 500 frame-size skid-steer and compact track loaders. Eventually, every Tier 4 compliant loader over 25.4 horsepower will feature the new Bobcat engine.
The new Bobcat engine provides more torque for better performance, a wider range of power and a simple, state-of-the-art non-DPF solution. Other benefits include improved machine shutdown protection, cold weather engine protection, lower operating costs and reduced noise.