The Toro Dingo TXL 2000 is the 9th edition to the Dingo lineup of compact utility loaders, and follows up on the very successful and popular Dingo 1000 introduced in 2015.
Designed for rental dealers as well as construction and landscape contractors, the Dingo 2000 is the first of its kind: a compact utility loader with telescoping loader arms. Fully extended, the loader arms have a hinge pin height of 10 feet, giving users the ability to load dump trucks and flatbed trucks without extensive re-positioning of the loader or the truck.
With better on-platform visibility and maneuverability compared to skid steers and CTLs, the Dingo TXL 2000 is a more versatile option for projects involving tight spaces.
Dingo TXL 2000 Features
Although the new Dingo is still in the final stages of development (scheduled for release in late 2018 or early 2019), Toro has already released the initial features and specifications for the unit. Here are some of the highlights:
- Excellent visibility, a compact footprint, and easy mounting and dismounting
- Innovative telescoping loader arms with a hinge pin height of 10 feet
- Compatibility with multiple attachments for increased versatility
- Intuitive operating controls similar to the Dingo TX 1000, making it easy for operators to upgrade switch from one unit to the other
As the launch date for the unit approaches and more information about the unit becomes available, we will update this page accordingly.