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Doosan launch two new-generation wheel loaders

Doosan DL200-3 wheel loader

DL200-3 and DL250-3 models offer reduced fuel consumption and superior operator comfort

DOOSAN Construction Equipment say their new-generation DL200-3 and DL250-3 wheel loaders have a number of new features that minimize fuel consumption and provide better operator comfort, ease of handling, easier serviceability and extended durability.

The latest machines feature a new cab design, providing better visibility thanks to a wider front glass section and an extended wiper blade. In addition, with the reservoir for the wiper water located on the outside, space inside has been increased, offering more foot room for the operator.


The Stage IIIB-compliant DL200-3 and DL250-3 wheel loaders are powered by a Doosan DL06K common-rail, six-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine. Both machines also have three engine working modes – Eco, Normal and Power.

As with all new-generation Doosan wheel loaders, the DL200-3 and DL250-3 models are equipped with load-sensing controlled, variable hydraulic piston pumps, to improve performance and reduce fuel consumption. The machines are also equipped with new ZF limited-slip Type II differential axles, delivering more durability and a longer service life.

As an option, customers can choose ZF axles with a hydraulic differential lock. This function is engaged via the operator pedal or in automatic mode (depending on the torque resistance in first and second gear). The hydraulic lock system offers less rolling resistance than the limited-slip system.

The DL200-3 and DL250-3 wheel loaders, with bucket capacities of 2.0 cubic metres and 2.5 cubic metres, respectively, have been designed to meet a wide range of material-handling needs, from loading and transporting granular materials to industrial, mining and quarrying applications.


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