Toro has upgraded the eDingo compact utility loader with the release of the next-generation eDingo. The new eDingo has no fuel costs and zero engine exhaust emissions. It is designed for indoor construction jobs that require heavy or continuous operation.
“Every improvement we’ve made to the next generation eDingo was driven by customer feedback,” said Sam Dando, product marketing manager at Toro. “For example, the HyperCell Power System is more powerful and reliable than ever. It allows for all-day run times and quick charging, which helps crews maximize productivity. Also, the new eDingo features a narrow width of 30 inches making it capable of fitting through even the tightest of doorways.”
The HyperCell Power System is built to run cool, eliminating engine exhaust emissions.
The new eDingo still features an operating capacity of 515-lbs. Plus, the new design has a hinge pin height of 81-in., which allows for clearing into most standard dumpsters, and 6.5 GPM hydraulic flow. The high operating capacity allows for use of many Toro attachments, including:
- Floor Scraper
- Hydraulic Breaker
- 4-in-1 Bucket
- Narrow Bucket
- Grapple Bucket
- Adjustable Forks
- Multi-Purpose Tool
- Mixer Bowl
Additionally, electric drive motors make the new machine quiet while still capable of zero-turn maneuvers in tight spaces and a speed of up to 2.75 mph.
A new onboard charger and cord compartment storage, a powerful 1,200-lumen work light for visibility and a comfort mat round out the new eDingo features. The lithium-ion battery doesn’t need an oil change or fuel stabilizer. It is compatible with standard 120-volt wall outlets.