The largest of our small platform skid steer loaders, the new JCB 205 vertical lift loader has a rated operation capacity of 2050lb (930kg) and produces 62hp (46kW) of power. The industry's safest skid steer loader.
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OPERATOR COMFORT: Keeping your operators fresh, focused and productive is paramount, which is why we’ve designed our 205 model skid steer with a 46% larger cab than the nearest competitive machine. Our standard seat has mechanical suspension and there’s also a 12V charger, easily readable control panels and an electronic hand throttle.
Electric controls make handling smooth and intuitive; all in all, we like to think that JCB 205 skid steers are a comfortable favorite with operators.
Class leading visibility
Large, comfortable, ergonomic cab
Class leading serviceability
Lowest cost of ownership
SERVICEABILITY: We’ve designed our range of skid steer loaders to be extremely serviceable, ensuring minimum downtime. Firstly, we mount our engines longitudinally for easy access to the drive belt and associated components. There are also 30% fewer grease points than average vertical lift twin arm skid steers.
We’ve installed front and rear chassis clean out plates, with a fluid drain point in the rear one, as well as durable O-ring face seals on all hydraulic fittings. There’s excellent service access through the rear service door and gas strut-assisted tilting cooling pack.
This small platform skid steer loader is on average 21% more serviceable than competitive models, based on SAE Service Audit Scores.
Class leading safety
PRODUCTIVITY: There is no more productive skid steer loader than the JCB 205. The figures speak for themselves: it has a 16% lower cost of ownership than the top competitor, a better SAE service rating, an annual fuel savings of over 2450 liters* and a heavy-duty crowd ram that’s nearly 3 times the size of its closest major competitor.
There’s a standard mechanical quickhitch and auxiliary couplers on the PowerBoom too. In short, it’s as productive as skid steers get.
* – based on 50 weeks per year and 35 hours per week.