Toro’s new TX 700 Dingo combines power with compact size

By Jenny LescohierApril 05, 2022

The TX 700 is compatible with dozens of attachments, including multiple types of buckets, adjustable forks, a grapple, leveler, utility blade and more

With its small size and 700 lbs of rated operating capacity, Toro’s new Dingo TX 700 is made to expand labor savings to contractors working in tight spaces.

The TX 700 joins a family of 12 tracked and wheeled mini loaders. Included on the large end is the 2,000-lb TXL 2000 with Toro-exclusive telescoping arm design, and the e-Dingo 500 electric loader. 

The latest model is designed to bridge the gap of compact size and big-machine power.

“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 job site or at home.”

Featuring patented Dingo TX 1000 traction controls and a dedicated stand-on platform, the Dingo TX 700 is designed for ease of use while offering increased comfort and visibility. 

The TX 700 is compatible with dozens of attachments, including multiple types of buckets, adjustable forks, a grapple, leveler, utility blade and more. 

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 to minimize damage.

The new Dingo TX 700 will be available starting mid-year 2022.

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