New Holland launches 4 C Series backhoes with Auto Glide Ride loader control (PHOTOS)

Updated May 13, 2015
New Holland B95C backhoe
B95C backhoe

Boasting new engines and a ride control technology previously reserved for the company’s wheel loaders, New Holland Construction has introduced its C Series lineup comprised of 4 backhoes and a tractor loader.

The B95C, B95C TC and B95C LR are powered by a 97-horsepower engine, while the B110C backhoe boasts a 110-hp engine. The U80C tractor loader is powered by a 74-hp engine. Each of the engines is Tier 4 Final and employs selective catalyst reduction and diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) to meet emissions requirements.

New Holland has brought its Auto Glide Ride control option to the entire lineup. The feature allows the operator to set an engagement speed and reduces spillage even when operating at increased speeds. The system automatically turns off when traveling at drastically reduced speeds.

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The backhoes feature a bucket breakout force of 12,933 lbs.-ft. and a lift capacity of 3,940 pounds at 12 feet.

The B95C LR is a long reach model which New Holland says combines the body of the B95C and the longer stick of the B110C. The tool carrier model, the B95C TC, features self-leveling when lifting the loader end up or putting it down.

A wide range of backhoe attachments are available including augers, booms, forks, hydraulic hammers and rakes. An optional auxiliary hydraulic circuit is available for use with a mechanical quick-attach system or an electro-hydraulic quick coupler.

The U80C tractor loader also features self-leveling along with a curved boom design which places the bucket closer to the front of the machine, offering a better view of where loads are being placed. The machine also features a Category II 3-point hitch with adjustable sway control, controllable down pressure and optional dual tilt cylinders.