Awards recognize products that show the highest residual value over the last five years.
The awards recognize manufacturers in 26 different heavy equipment categories across the construction, agriculture and lift/access industries for products that show the highest residual value
over the last five years.
“Retained value is one of the most powerful measures of quality, performance and longevity for a piece of heavy equipment,” says Garrett Schemmel, vice president & market leader, EquipmentWatch. “A high retained value generally shows that a machine has been successful at the work demanded of it, has presented minimal maintenance issues over its service life, and still presents a high value to buyers on the resale market. Each of these machines represents quality and gives buyers confidence in their investment on both the new equipment and equipment resale/auction markets.”
There are three models in the series recognized by EquipmentWatch: The CASE 580N, 580 Super N and 580 Super N Wide Track. The 580N EP (Efficient Power)
, introduced in 2015, was too new to be considered in the data set.
is designed to provide low owning and operating costs while still delivering a strong platform for contractors to customize as needed. The machine features a new Fiat Powertrain (FPT) engine with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology to meet Tier 4 Final standards. The system does not include a DPF or any other components that require intensive/long-term maintenance or regeneration. Rated at 90 horsepower with a backhoe bucket breakout force of 11,517 pounds and 2,858 pounds of backhoe lifting capacity, the 580N comes standard with ProControl and can be further expanded with auxiliary hydraulics, Standard (2WD) or Speed Selectable Automatic (4WD) Ride Control, Comfort Steer, additional work lights and more.
The 580 Super N
features increased backhoe bucket breakout force (13,975 pounds) and lift capacities (3,251 pounds) over the 580N. This model comes standard with ProControl, work lights, the mechanical backhoe bucket coupler and a shaft guard on 4WD models. Power Lift, Engine ECO Mode, Standard (2WD) or Speed Selectable Automatic (4WD) Ride Control, Comfort Steer and the mechanical universal backhoe bucket coupler are available as options.
With tires and structural features borrowed from the larger CASE 590 Super N, the 97-horsepower 580 Super N Wide Track
provides significantly higher bucket breakout forces (15,070 pounds) and lifting capacities (3,761 pounds) with standard Power Lift technology. The wide track model also comes standard with a limited slip axle. Engine ECO Mode, Standard (2WD) or Speed Selectable Automatic (4WD) Ride Control and Comfort Steer are available as options.
For more information on the 580N, 580 Super N and 580 Super N Wide Track, and the entire line of CASE backhoe loaders, visit CaseCE.com/tlb
Racine, Wis., April 1, 2016