Volvo wheeled excavators have been proven to complete tasks in less than half the time while consuming up to four times less fuel when tested next to backhoe loaders and truck-mounted excavators — that's productivity and efficiency you shouldn't pass up. Image what the most complete line of wheeled excavators can do for your bottom line.
Backhoe loaders are wider, higher and more difficult to maneuver — and most can be up to twice as heavy as comparable wheeled excavators, destroying the ground as they work. See what greater attachment compatibility, 360-degree rotation and less ground pressure can mean for your operation.
For applications that require short distance travel (<20 miles) daily, the cost, performance and versatility benefits make wheeled excavators a smart alternative to truck-mounted excavators. Plus, they’re less expensive to own and operate. Take a look at the difference in lifting capacity between Volvo wheeled excavators and comparable truck-mounted excavators.
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