Oct. 21 2019 09:44 AM

Manufacturer says it’s going back to its roots with new machines.

Photo: Bobcat Company

Bobcat Company, West Fargo, North Dakota, is going back to its roots in a big way with its new line of compact tractors, attachments and implements. With 15 new models – ranging from 21 to 58 horsepower – across four transmission types, Bobcat tractors are perfectly designed to take on the challenges landscapers face.

“Compact tractors are a natural complement to existing Bobcat compact equipment,” says Chris Knipfer, general manager, Bobcat compact tractors. “In fact, many of our current customers who own loaders and excavators also own tractors. We now have a Bobcat compact tractor option for those customers.”

Bobcat is bringing exceptional quality and versatility to landscapers with the addition of Bobcat compact tractors. Each machine is designed to provide the best performance and value available in the industry. Models include the CT1021, CT1025, CT2025, CT2035, CT2040, CT2535, CT2540, CT4045, CT4050, CT4055, CT4058, CT5545, CT5550, CT5555 and CT5558.

Every Bobcat tractor model comes standard with four-wheel drive, maximum maneuverability, a standard quick attach mounting system, a three-point hitch and rear PTO.

A Bobcat compact tractor’s comfort features include a suspension seat for absorbing bumps and creating an overall smoother ride, a rubber deck mat to dampen vibrations through the floor and a comfortable operator station with ergonomic controls to enable hours of comfortable and confident work. All of the controls, gauges and buttons on Bobcat compact tractors are thoughtfully laid out with operator ease of use in mind. The illuminated dashboard allows users to easily operate and monitor performance in any light condition, so operators can finish a long day’s work in comfort.