Introducing the new Hyundai HL770-9 wheel loader!
Better Roads Staff | April 27, 2010
Hyundai’s newest addition to the 9 series product line is now here. The HL770-9 wheel loader is a fine example of Hyundai’s high quality engineering and workmanship. New features include an all new load sensing hydraulic system with more efficient variable volume pump technology, fully automatic power shift transmission with variable shift control, multi-stage clutch cut-off, integrated payload system, auto reversing cooling fan, larger cab with improved visibility, air ride seat and optional joystick steering, larger capacity 5.5 yd3 bucket and integrated rear-view backup camera.
Special attention was also given to improve overall safety and serviceability. Now large, removable house doors are designed for easy access to coolers and engine components. Access ladders are designed with large steps with a 20 degree incline for safer access to the cab.
Coolers are configured in a parallel fashion with a remotely mounted a/c condenser for optimum cooling and clean out. The engine cooling fan is integrated into the rear door allowing for wide access when open.
Hyundai’s new HL770-9 also features a fully functional GPS capable satellite system known as HI-Mate. This remote management system keeps the operator or fleet owner up to speed on all machine functions, fuel efficiency and diagnostics through an online internet portal accessible from anywhere in the world. HI-Mate equipment and service is provided as standard equipment, free of charge for 3 years.
In addition to a great line-up of features and improvements the Hyundai HL770-9 also features the most comprehensive standard manufacturer’s warranty in the industry, Hyundai’s 3 Year Total Coverage Warranty. If your thinking about a wheel loader, Think Again! Think Hyundai!
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