Styling changes are also functional

By |  May 8, 2015

Kawasaki’s 95Z7 wheel loaders were redesigned to meet all Tier 4 Interim emission standards. The 95Z7 features a 388-net-hp engine and is equipped with a 7.3-cu.yd. general-purpose bucket. According to KCMA Corp., the marketer for Kawasaki wheel loaders, the most apparent change to the 95Z7 is its overall appearance. New styling sets the machine apart from other models, KCMA says, but the styling changes are functional as well as aesthetic. For example, KCMA says the hood design improves rear visibility and serviceability. In addition, the planetary automaticshift transmission has automotivestyle smooth shifting from pulse width modulation in the control valve. This transmission also has a standard lockup torque converter to improve fuel economy and performance.

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