Case debuts updated E Series excavators

By |  September 27, 2022
The forthcoming rollout from Case Construction Equipment includes two entirely new models. Photo: Case Construction Equipment

The rollout from Case Construction Equipment includes two entirely new models. Photo: Case Construction Equipment

Case Construction Equipment introduced a new line featuring seven models of E Series excavators – including two in new size classes.

The company noted earlier this month that it would debut the excavators in late September.

Case says its new excavators are focused on enhancing the total operator experience in performance and control to deliver even greater productivity, operator satisfaction and operational efficiency while driving down total cost of ownership over the life of the machine.

The new excavators also represent an enhanced level of hydraulic performance and precision, greater engine power and responsiveness, extended service intervals and greater connectivity for streamlined fleet management and service, according to the company. The new offering also includes OEM-fit 2D and 3D machine control systems to simplify the adoption and expansion of precision excavation solutions.

“Case E Series excavators build on the powerful, smooth and responsive controls that Case is known for, while adding all-new control customizations and configurations to drive that improved operator experience,” says Brad Stemper, head of construction equipment product management in North America at Case. “The E Series is both highly engineered for performance and built on a platform proven to withstand the heavy work and harsh working environments excavators work in every day.”

Excavator specs

The seven new models for the North American market include five replacement models: the CX140E, CX170E, CX220E, CX260E and CX300E.

The two new models rounding out the lineup are the CX190E and the CX365E SR.

Dozer blade and long-reach models are also available in select configurations, and certain D Series excavator models will remain in the Case product offering. The company says next-generation versions of those machines will be introduced later.

“The CX190E is a 41,000-pound machine that fits a very important area of demand for contractors throughout North America, and the CX365E SR represents something that our partners have made clear they want – a minimum swing radius excavator in that 3.5-metric-ton or larger class,” Stemper says. “The size, power and performance of that machine in a tighter footprint will transform the workflow and productivity on jobsites with space restrictions.”

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