Multihog launch their latest range of innovative multi-purpose machines in the same week as the first batch of new MX models touch down for delivery at London Gatwick Airport.
Good things come in small packages, and this is certainly the case with Multihog’s latest addition to its model range – the new narrow chassis MX series. More compact, powerful and efficient than the original MH90 model, these slim line Multihogs pack a punch when it comes to performance to offer enhanced productivity all year round.
Featuring all the advantages of the original range and more, when it comes to operator comfort and safety, with 360⁰ visibility, multi-functional joystick and finger-tip control in addition to the quick and easy changeover of attachments.
The new MX chassis widths start from just 1280mm with a low height profile beginning at only 1990mm. As such, these innovative units offer enhanced manoeuvrability around obstacles aided by way of the articulated design and are ideal in narrow urban environments, when working on pavements and pedestrianized areas as well as car parks and the head of stand at Airports.
Each model in the MX range can be made your own with the choice of an environmentally friendly 75HP, 100HP or 120HP fuel efficient Deutz 3.6 litre engine. Safeguarding you with standards for the future.
As ever, the Multihog can also be employed for a diverse range of highways, drainage, street scene, horticultural and winter maintenance applications reducing overheads whilst improving performance.
The small size of the new models reduce impact on the network, making the MX range especially ideal for patch planing on pavements and roads as well as for drainage clearance, deep street cleaning, including graffiti and chewing gum removal, as well as hot water sensor weed killing to name but a few.
To find out more about how these mini, manoeuvrable Multihogs can improve your operations get in touch with the Multihog team today on 01254 703212 to arrange for your free trial or delivery of the latest product brochure.
27th June 2014, 13:05