Caterpillar has removed a pair of new wheeled excavators, the Cat M319 with a shorter front end design, and the Cat M320 with a longer wheelbase. Wheel excavators excel in urban locations, whether they operate from paved surfaces, and travel from point. For reference or work within cities. The Cat M319’s compact footprint takes you in and out of tight workspaces, whether it’s utility work, general earthworks or trenching. With a 6-foot-3-inch tail swing, you can dig, swing and dump with limited side protrusion making it possible to counter buildings, built structures, machinery or other barriers. And when you move on to the next task, you can run this machine at speeds of up to 21.7 miles per hour. The 46,407-pound M319 is powered by a Cat C4.4 diesel engine that develops 171 net horsepower. It burrows to 18 feet 10 inches and reaches 30 feet 3 inches. Maximum loading height is 25 feet 7 inches. Additional hydraulic options with high and medium pressure circuits and unidirectional and bidirectional pressure flow allow you to customize a wide range of attachments to configure your machine configuration. Cat M320 With its longer wheelbase, the Cat M320 increases operating stability, improves the machine’s road handling and delivers up to nine percent more swing torque than its predecessor, the Cat M320F. A 129.4-horsepower Cat C4.4 diesel engine delivers a punch like this 46,740-pound digging machine at a depth of 19 feet 9 inches. It has a maximum reach of 30 feet 6 inches and a loading height of 22 feet 10 inches. Electric on-demand cooling fans save fuel and diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) to lower operating costs. It can run on B20 biodiesel. Dedicated swing pump delivers constant power. An advanced hydraulic system automatically balances power and efficiency to give operators more control over the machine to meet precise work requirements. When the job requires it, Heavy Lift Mode enhances your lifting capabilities. The M320 also reduces service time with central lubrication points and the option of automatic implement lubrication and swing system. Features common to both machines, you’ll find an updated cab with a new 10-inch touchscreen and easy-to-use machine controls. You can program joystick configurations, power preferences, and recall player-specific settings based on the unique operator ID. A tilt console makes it easy to get in and out of the cab, and viscous mounts reduce vibration feedback in the cab, keeping you more comfortable and focused during all-day work sessions. For maintenance, fluid sampling outlets and daily maintenance points can be accessed from ground level to simplify these routines. You can also keep track of filter life and in-cabin maintenance intervals via a touch screen. The operator ID features a push-button start for added security, and the M320 offers a Bluetooth-enabled ignition switch. Also useful on busy job sites is an optional 360-degree view system that combines video from multiple cameras around the machine to give operators a complete view of their surroundings. Two cabin designs are available. Deluxe comes standard with a heated, air-adjustable seat. Premium offers a heated and ventilated seat that can be automatically adjusted.