Bobcat 540 Specs, Weight, Price & Review

Bobcat 540 Specs, Weight, Price & Review

Bobcat Company, located near West Fargo, North Dakota, produces construction and agricultural equipment, including the Bobcat S62 compact skid steer loader.

It can be put to use in a number of settings, such as excavation, grading, and general cargo transport. The S62 has a powerful engine that delivers dependable performance in a wide range of situations, as well as a vertical lift path that improves its reach and lifting capacity.

It has a roomy operator cab with a plush seat and a simple joystick for operation. The S62 can raise up to 8.3 feet in the air and has a rated working capacity of 1,625 pounds. It functions admirably in confined quarters and on unforgiving ground.

Bobcat 540

540 Key Specifications

  • Horsepower. 22.5 hp.
  • Rated Operating Capacity (ISO) 800 lb.
  • Operating Weight. 3250 lb.
  • Auxiliary High Flow. 8.5 gal/min.

Bobcat 540 Price

Price: $8,100 (Approx.)

Bobcat 540 Weight   

Weight: 3250 lb

Bobcat 540 Height

Height: 72.5 in

540 Specifications

540 Key Specifications

22.5 hp
Operating Weight3250 lb
Rated Operating Capacity (ISO)800 lb
Auxiliary High Flow8.5 gal/min


Engine CoolingAir 
Horsepower22.5 hp
Engine Fuel
Turbocharged Engine

Hydraulic System

Auxiliary High Flow8.5 gal/min


Rated Operating Capacity (ISO)800 lb
Operating Weight3250 lb
Tipping Load1600 lb


Length104 in
Width49.4 in
Height to Bucket Hinge Pin102.5 in
72.5 in
Reach @ Maximum Height18 in
Wheelbase31.1 in


BICS System (Interlock)Not Applicable 
Auxiliary HydraulicsStandard 
Operating LightsStandard 
Bob-Tach Attachment SystemStandard 

Bobcat 540 Review

The Bobcat 540 is a compact skid steer loader manufactured from 1981 until 1986. It’s a favorite option for many tasks such as landscaping construction, agriculture, and landscape. This model is powered by 2 2-cylinder, 0.95L Kohler air-cooled gasoline engine that can produce 22.5 horsepower. It is rated to operate with a capacity of 800 lbs and the capacity to tip at 1600 pounds.

For a full review, please check this YouTube video Here.

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