Compact excavators, New machinery
Engine Yanmar 4tnv98c-phyb
Operational weight 8450 kg
Bucket capacity 0.25 – 0.28 m³
Max. digging reach 7620 mm


Technical information

Yanmar 4tnv98c-phyb
Operational weight
8450 kg
Bucket capacity
0.25 – 0.28 m³
Rated motor power
49.9 kw / 68 hp / 2400 rpm
Power, kW
49.9 kW
Swing speed
9.0 rpm
Travel speed (min/max)
3.1 / 5.3 km/h
Max. digging depth
4660 mm
Max. digging reach
7620 mm
Bucket digging force (iso)
61.6 kN
Arm digging force (iso)
41.4 kN

Product Information

The HX85A has been developed with high attention to detail, capitalizing on firsthand market input, making it a competent entrant to the “power utility class”. With its compact dimensions, the HX85A is both stable and practical. It is a reliable choice for city projects and will help you get the most from every working day in almost any environment, as this compact excavator is particularly suitable for work in confined spaces.

  • Exhaust aftertreatment by EGR / DOC / DPF (no SCR)
  • Load Sensing hydraulic system
  • Mono or 2-piece boom with standard & long arm option

Stage V engine

„The Yanmar 4TNV98C (Stage V) engine features an intelligent electronic engine management and a self-regenerating DPF exhaust aftertreatment system. The Yanmar common rail technology delivers more peak torque for smooth but powerful operation.

Load sensing hydraulic system

The load-sensing hydraulic system allows for multi-function operation and precise machine movements. The machine provides smooth controllability no matter how demanding the workload. Exact power when needed also adds to reduce fuel consumption.

New cabin interior

The spacious and safe cabin of the HX85A features an ergonomic design for fatigue-proof working. All functions are well positioned for easy reach. An ideal operator environment for continuous high performance on the job.

Two-piece boom

A brand new 2-piece boom gives the midi excavator an all-dynamic working range and considerable flexibility. It allows the machine to extend the maximum reach of the arm as well as working very close to its own tracks. Effective vertical digging becomes natural, same as an impressive overloading height.