In addition to the compact power that the CX60C provides, the C Series provides more features and functions that drive productivity than any previous CASE mini excavators. Models come standard with an adjustable boom that can be offset to either side for operation in tight sites, auxiliary hydraulics for thumb and attachment versatility, a push blade for backfilling and stability in digging applications, Automatic 2-Speed Travel that shifts in response to load demands, and a control pattern selector that lets operators choose the style they prefer. Additional options include a long reach configuration with a larger counterweight, steel tracks for improved durability on rocky or aggressive terrain and a hydraulic quick coupler.
Common-Sense Fuel Efficiency
Providing excellent power and performance with minimal fuel use, the CX60C features an efficient 65-hp engine and an innovative combination of Tier 4 Final solutions, as well as a standard Auto-Idle function and two separate operating modes that help match engine output to application demands.
CASE Comfort and Visibility
The standard deluxe cab of the CX60C is the most advanced, comfortable and productive cab ever found on a CASE mini excavator. It features a spacious design, ample storage, floor-to-ceiling glass and full-open front window for excellent visibility, an adjustable heated seat, climate control, roller shade, and Bluetooth radio with USB input and remote. Ergonomic pilot controls reduce operator effort and the standard 7" LCD touchscreen ensures performance data and important functions are easily accessible. The monitor can also be integrated with the optional rearview camera for improved awareness.
CASE is committed to making maintenance easy so that owners and operators are more likely and more easily able to properly care for their machine. Like all C Series mini excavators, the CX60C has key service items (fills, filters, gauges, grease points, etc.) accessible from the ground via two lockable panels. The CX60C also features a tilting cab for improved access to hydraulic systems.