Case debuts two new Construction King backhoes

two Case Construction King backhoes sit parked in a lot

Two additional models of Case CE’s Construction King backhoes are now available.

Leading up to ConExpo 2023, Case announced the return of the Construction King backhoe series. The loaders made a name for themselves as the original two-in-one tool-carrying machines.

Now, the Case 695SV side-shift and 695SV centre-pivot models join the Case Utility Plus and the Case 580SV Construction King centre pivot models in the series lineup.

“The new side-shift models take the legendary Case Construction King capabilities to new frontiers, putting them smack dab into confined spaces and up next to structures,” said George MacIntyre, Product Manager at Case for backhoe loaders.

“With a hydraulic side-shift boom and vertical outriggers, these machines can get more done in tight spaces. They also let operators dig rectangular trenches without having to reposition.”  

Side-shift capabilities allow operators to move the boom left or right to work more efficiently parallel to walls or around obstacles. 

The new machines carry over many popular features from the N Series, like ProControl swing dampening, auto ride control and Eco modes for fuel savings, along with significant upgrades to maneuverability. 

Designed to tackle bigger jobs, the powerful Case 695SV side-shift and centre-pivot models feature a tool carrier loader arm, allowing them to do double duty as a wheel loader, meaning one less machine to bring to the jobsite.  

Both 695SV models are equipped with four-wheel-drive, four-wheel steer and four equal-sized tires and include a PowerShift transmission.

Both 695SV models feature a 5.97-metre digging depth, while the side-shift model weighs 10,090 kg and the centre-pivot model weight 9,040 kg. Both machines are powered by a 110 hp FPT engine.

The expanded Construction King backhoe offering is also compatible with numerous attachments, giving crews a big toolkit for improving productivity, speed and accuracy on highly varied jobs. 

The new Construction King models add to Case’s existing lineup of N Series backhoes.