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Construction : Web Exclusive | December 2017 | Source : Equipment India

Mahindra expands its backhoe loader range

Mahindra & Mahindra announced the expansion of its existing range of backhoe loaders with the launch of its first higher horse power variant – SX90 under the aegis of its established brand EarthMaster.

Speaking at Excon 2017, Vinod Sahay, CEO, Truck and Bus Division and Construction Equipment Division, Mahindra & Mahindra, said, “In line with Mahindra’s vision to provide comprehensive range of products and services for our customers, today we have entered into the higher horse power backhoe loader segment with the launch of Mahindra EarthMaster SX90. This product has been designed and developed after an in-depth understanding of the needs of the contractor fraternity. Our aim is to provide them from comprehensive range of backhoe loaders to the industry and help them break-free from dated technology and thereby improve their productivity. A truly versatile solution, it provides an opportunity for maximum equipment utilisation and delivers excellent quality output and thereby increased return on investments.”

Sachin Nijhawan, Vice President and Business Head, Construction Equipment Division, Mahindra & Mahindra, said, “The SX90 is a rugged and versatile backhoe which is set to deliver excellent output at the least cost of operations. It provides performance par excellence and is most suitable for construction, demolition, loading and excavation operations among others. It is also apt for multiple applications with a wide range of application available.”

According to the company, the Mahindra EarthMaster SX90 is truly versatile and the master of every job with best-in-class hydraulic forces and durable transmission. It is powered by a 90-hp 4915-IA-CEV engine developed by Mahindra. The robust one-piece structure, extended banana boom and longer loader arm give the SX90 an unassailable advantage over its counterparts, the company claims.
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