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Toro unveils Dingo TX 1000 Turbo compact utility loader

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According to the company, The Dingo TX 1000 Turbo’s new engine has more torque to deliver the productivity of the Dingo TX 1000 quicker. (Photo: Toro)
According to the company, The Dingo TX 1000 Turbo’s new engine has more torque to deliver the productivity of the Dingo TX 1000 quicker. (Photo: Toro)

Toro revealed its new Dingo TX 1000 Turbo at The ARA Show 2024. The Dingo TX 1000 Turbo builds off the original with a turbo-powered diesel engine and a new patent-pending Smart Power feature to maximize engine, auxiliary and traction torque.

“When we first introduced the Dingo TX 1000, we made history in the compact utility loader market,” said Kyle Cartwright, product marketing manager at Toro. “Since that monumental introduction, we’ve worked closely with our customers to understand their needs and are excited to introduce the next iteration of the Dingo TX 1000, redesigned from the ground up to maximize strength and productivity.”

The Dingo TX 1000 Turbo’s new 24.7 horsepower Yanmar diesel engine is engineered with a focus on vibration reduction and delivers up to 4.1 mph ground speeds in both forward and reverse. Toro engineers added a larger hydraulic filter, found in the Dingo TX 1300 model, for longer maintenance intervals and less downtime. Available in both narrow- and wide-track models, the unit is built to suit operator and job site needs. The narrow-track model is 2,826 pounds and features a standard track with a “B” style tread. The wide-track version is 2,911 pounds and features a less aggressive tread pattern that’s gentle on turf and minimizes damage.

Like the original Dingo TX 1000, the new Dingo TX 1000 Turbo features a vertical lift loader arm design, which keeps the load closer to the machine to allow operators to lift more weight, according to the company.

Operator-centric features have been carried over, including thigh and hip padding on the operator station and an auxiliary foot control on the suspended platform which frees the operator’s hands to focus on ground speed and attachment positioning. The machine features a single, 10.25-gallon diesel fuel tank on the operator’s left-hand side and the hydraulic oil reservoir on the operator’s right-hand side.

The Dingo TX 1000 Turbo will begin shipping this spring.

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