Telehandlers: Five Operation Modes

Five operation modes give you leading versatility for a wide variety of applications that require increased lift height and reach, high load capacity and precise attachment operations.

Features & Benefits

ECO Button Inside The Cab Of The TL723 Telehandler

Eco Mode

In Eco Mode you can maintain hydraulic performance without using the engine’s full power – allowing you to work with lower rpm, less noise and lower fuel consumption. Easily turn on or off using a control panel button.
Bobcat TL723 Telehandler Hauling Mulch With Light Material Bucket

Smooth Drive Mode

Use the Smooth Drive Mode to maneuver across jobsites with mild acceleration and deceleration while carrying loads.
Dynamic Drive Mode Button Inside The Cab Of The TL723 Telehandler

Dynamic Drive Mode

Use Dynamic Drive Mode to take full advantage of the high productivity of the Bobcat telescopic telehandler. Quickly shift from smooth to dynamic drive, increasing the responsiveness of the machine’s acceleration and deceleration.
Flex Drive Mode Switch Inside the Cab Of The TL723 Telehandler

Flex Drive Mode

In Flex Drive Mode you can use the engine speed lever to manage your travel speed independently of the engine speed.
Seven-pin Attachment Control And Auxiliary Hydraulic Connections

Advanced Attachment Control Mode

With Advanced Attachment Control Mode you can achieve a whole new level of efficiency and precision. Control the engine and travel speed separately by setting drive speed increments from 1 to 99 for the ideal combination of attachment performance and machine control.  You can increase engine rpm with the engine speed lever and maximize your attachment productivity. 


WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including engine exhaust (including diesel engine exhaust when equipped), lead and lead compounds, mineral oils, soots, phthalates, and carbon monoxide which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

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