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Toro Adds Swivel Mud Buggy® to Trusted Material Buggy Product Line

New Swivel Mud Buggy features redesigned tub and innovative swivel feature

Oct 20, 2020  |   Rental  |   Construction

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BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — Toro has made a major advancement to their Material Buggy line with the introduction of the all-new Swivel Mud Buggy®. Built on the same frame as the popular MB TX 2500 Tracked Mud Buggy, this new Swivel Mud Buggy features a redesigned tub that enables it to swivel 180 degrees, allowing users to dump materials anywhere between the 180-degree angle. 

For enhanced durability, the Swivel Mud Buggy also offers a thicker 3/8-inch polyethylene tub material. With the increased thickness of the tub, users can tackle more jobs with confidence and ease, regardless of the material being transported, including sand, rock, mulch or even cement. When it comes to productivity, the new addition to the Toro Material Buggy product line does not disappoint. In addition to the swivel feature and the redesigned tub, the swivel switch travels with the right-hand control handle, allowing operators to safely and efficiently operate the machine while simultaneously swiveling the tub. 

The Toro Swivel Mud Buggy can carry up to 2,500 lbs. (16 cu. ft.) of material, and the 25 hp KOHLER® Confidant engine delivers exceptional power to handle even the most challenging material handling applications. Additionally, the Swivel Mud Buggy can reach transport speeds of up to 6 mph in forward and 3 mph in reverse to efficiently transport material around the jobsite. In terms of durability, the rugged Endless Kevlar® reinforced tracks are built for high performance and offer outstanding traction for a wide range of terrain, including hillsides, culverts and ditches. The unit also performs well in various challenging conditions such as mud, gravel and even snow. 

“We know our customers are looking for a machine that focuses on increasing productivity in every way and ensuring that they can get their jobs done with precision,” said Kaitlyn Ingli, marketing manager at Toro. “Our Swivel Mud Buggy was engineered to deliver exceptional precision, user-friendly controls, and ultimately, an innovative and highly efficient working experience for Toro end users.”

The unit also features an auto-return dump feature that eliminates the need for the operator to wait for the tub to return to the traveling position, increasing overall productivity. The model weighs approximately 1,575 lbs. and boasts an impressive 16 ft3 tub volume. The Swivel Mud Buggy offers convenient service points for routine maintenance. The belts, hydraulics, battery and engine compartment are all easily accessible and simple to maintain.

The Swivel Mud Buggy will be available in Fall 2020 through Toro’s trusted distributor network. For more information on the Toro Swivel Mud Buggy, please visit the Toro website or contact your local Toro rental representative.

Luann Monahan  |  Rental & Construction  |  952-887-7220  |  luann.monahan@toro.com
Andrew Gillman  |  Performance Marketing  |  515-273-2482  |  andrewg@performancemarketing.com
About Toro
With roots dating back to 1914, Toro is a leading worldwide provider of innovative solutions for the outdoor environment including turf and landscape maintenance, snow management, rental and construction equipment, and irrigation solutions. Through a strong network of distributors, dealers, retailers and rental stores in more than 125 countries, Toro helps customers care for golf courses, sports fields, public green spaces, commercial and residential properties, construction sites and agricultural operations. More at: www.toro.com.