BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — The Toro® Dingo® TX 700 is a workhorse of a machine, providing remarkable power in a compact package. The Dingo TX 700 adds to Toro’s already-extensive Dingo lineup. This one stands out with its ability to expand labor savings beyond homeowner projects. Due to the Dingo TX 700’s small size and powerful punch, it’s the ideal machine for both homeowners and contractors working within the confines of tight spaces. It packs 700 pounds of rated operating capacity into its small footprint, bringing Toro-level power to everything it touches.
“The compact size, power, punch and flexibility of the Dingo TX 700 is bound to be a game-changer for operators,” says Jay Thaker, marketing manager at Toro. “The fact that it’s powerful yet compact, very user-friendly, and incredibly capable, increases the applications for the Dingo TX 700 on the jobsite or at home.”
Featuring patented Dingo TX 1000 traction controls and a dedicated stand-on platform, the Dingo
TX 700 is easy-to-use and boasts increased comfort and visibility. Even if the user is new to operating heavy machinery, it will quickly become second nature.
The versatility of Dingos, or compact utility loaders, is well-known — and the Dingo TX 700 is no different. It’s also compatible with dozens of attachments, meaning the machine can be used for a wide range of jobs. Attachments include multiple types of buckets, adjustable forks, a grapple, leveler, utility blade, and more. Completing more work without having to rent multiple machines is a major advantage, and the TX 700 is intuitive to operate.
It’s easy on turf, too. The Dingo TX 700 is available in both narrow track and wide track configurations — the wide track option is equipped with the industry tested Camso track system. The system features a less aggressive tread pattern that’s gentle on turf and minimizes damage, perfect for homeowners looking to keep their pristine lawn intact.
The new Dingo TX 700 will be available starting mid-year 2022. To learn more about Toro’s compact utility loaders, please visit Toro’s website.