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Compare the Brands: Compact Track Loaders

We get it. Buying a new compact track loader is a big comittment. And your search starts with the brand.

See how the Bobcat T66, T76 and T770 compact track loaders compare to the competition. See head-to-head comparisons in lifting capacity and performance, cab space and operator comfort, maintenance and service access, and attachments.

 

 

Studio Image Of Bobcat T66 Track Loader With Bucket Attachment

Bobcat T66 vs. Kubota SVL75-2

If you’re comparing the Bobcat T66 to the Kubota SVL75-2 loader, here are the top things to know:
  • You’ll get 150 pounds more rated operating capacity (ROC) from the Bobcat T66 vs. the Kubota loader.
  • The Bobcat T66 has a faster 1-Speed and 2-Speed than the Kubota SVL75-2.
  • Ultra-responsive selectable joystick controls give you tons of precision in the Bobcat T66 vs. the old-school Kubota controls.
  • There’s a panoramic view from the cab of the Bobcat T66, with clear-side enclosure options, big windows and standard LED headlights. Plus it’s quiet. The Kubota SVL75-2: not so much.
Bobcat R-Series T76 Compact Track Loader Machine

Bobcat T76 vs. Cat 289D3

If you’re comparing the Bobcat T76 to the Cat 289D3 loader, here are the top things to know:
  • You’ll get a more maneuverable machine and a higher fuel capacity from the Bobcat T76 vs. the Cat loader – with no sacrifice in rated operating capacity (ROC) or horsepower.
  • If you have a need for speed, the Bobcat T76 has a faster 1-Speed and 2-Speed.
  • There’s a panoramic view from the cab of the Bobcat T76, with a clear-side enclosure option, big windows and standard LED headlights.
  • Patented 5-Link torsion suspension undercarriage and automatic ride control give the T76 a smooth ride.
  • The T76’s non-DPF engine cuts the risk of pricey maintenance costs and downtime.
Bobcat T770 Compact Track Loader

Bobcat T770 vs. Kubota SVL95-2

If you’re comparing the Bobcat T770 to the Kubota SVL95-2 loader, here are the top things to know:
  • You’ll lift 275 pounds more with the Bobcat T770 vs. the Kubota SVL95-2.
  • The Bobcat T770 has a faster 1-Speed and 2-Speed than the Kubota loader.
  • The Bobcat loader offers your pick of standard hand/foot controls or low-effort selectable joystick controls.
  • Bob-Dock™ attachment mounting system option lets you swap hydraulic attachments in seconds.
  • North American parts distribution means there’s a shorter wait time for Bobcat servicing
Graphic of Revolutionary R-Series Compact Loaders