Bobcat E42 Specs, Weight, Price & Review ❤️

Bobcat E42 Specs, Weight, Price & Review

If you want to purchase a Bobcat E42 but are unsure of its specifications, weight, price, or review, I have provided information in this post.

Complete and detailed information on the Bobcat E42 Specs, Weight, Price & Review has been gathered by our team.

With associates and representatives of Bobcat E42, we validated this information. We’ll look at the Bobcat E42 Specs, Weight, Price, and a thorough evaluation in this article.

Bobcat E42 Specs

Bobcat E42 Overview

➤ The E42 compact (mini) backhoe has better hydraulic performance, efficiency, and precise control, so you can push the boundaries and do more complicated work.

➤ The new design of the Bobcat® engine makes it run better, makes maintenance easier, and gets the most use out of it.

➤ With the entirely voluntary long arm or flexible arm, you can use the machine in different ways to dig deeper and move it less often.

➤ Standard features include joysticks that are easy to use and respond quickly, a better cooling system to control the temperature of the engine compartment, and a larger slew bearing that is more durable.

➤ A hydraulic control valve that has been optimized gives operators better metering, precise movement, and control over leveling.

Bobcat E42 Features

  E42 (Extendable Arm

E42 (Long-Arm)

Air Conditioning Optional  Optional  Optional 
Cab Enclosure Optional  Optional  Optional 
Cab Heater Optional  Optional  Optional 
Heater Air Conditioning Optional  Optional  Optional 
Radio Optional  Optional  Optional 
Tail Swing Type Conventional  Conventional  Conventional 
Engine Shutdown Standard  Standard  Standard 
Auxiliary Hydraulics Standard  Standard  Standard 
Secondary Auxiliary Hydraulics Optional  Optional  Optional 
Quick Tach System Standard  Standard  Standard 
Rubber Track Standard  Standard  Standard 
Selectable Auxiliary Hydraulic Flow Standard  Standard  Standard 
Angle Blade Optional  Optional  Optional 

Bobcat E42 Price

Price: USD $51,000 (Approx)

Bobcat E42 Weight

Weight: 10,425 lb

Bobcat E42 Speed

Speed: 3.3 mph

Bobcat E42 Height

Height: 2.51 m

Bobcat E42 Horsepower

Diesel Engine that produces: 42.7 hp

Bobcat E42 Specifications

E42 Key Specifications

  E42 (Extendable Arm

E42 (Long-Arm)

Horsepower 42.6 hp 42.6 hp 42.6 hp
Operating Weight 10,666 lb 10,425 lb 9,830 lb
Bucket Digging Force 9,601 lbf 9,601 lbf 9,601 lbf
Maximum Reach at Ground Level 229.2 in 218.4 in 207.1 in
Width 72.8 in 72.8 in 72.8 in
Tail Swing Type Conventional  Conventional  Conventional 


Emissions Tier (EPA) Tier 4  Tier 4  Tier 4 
Engine Fuel Diesel  Diesel  Diesel 
Maximum Governed RPM 2,200 rpm 2,200 rpm 2,200 rpm
Horsepower 42.6 hp 42.6 hp 42.6 hp
Turbocharged Engine yes  yes  yes 
Optional Turbocharged Engine N/A  N/A  N/A 


Operating Weight 10,666 lb 10,425 lb 9,830 lb
Weight Class 4.8 t 4.7 t 4.5 t
Travel Speed – High 3.3 mph 3.3 mph 3.3 mph
Travel Speed – Low 1.6 mph 1.6 mph 1.6 mph
Arm Digging Force 5,852 lbf 5,803 lbf 5,820 lbf
Bucket Digging Force 9,601 lbf 9,601 lbf 9,601 lbf
Rated Lift Capacity 4638 lb 4797 lb 4921 lb
Lift Radius 118 in 118 in 118 in
Boom Swing – Left 75°  75°  75° 
Boom Swing – Right 50°  50°  50° 
Maximum Dig Depth 148.8 in 136.8 in 124.5 in
Max Dump Height 164.4 in 158.4 in 150.6 in
Maximum Reach at Ground Level 229.2 in 218.4 in 207.1 in


Fuel Tank 19 gal 19 gal 19 gal

Hydraulic System

Auxiliary Std Flow 20 gal/min 20 gal/min 20 gal/min
Auxiliary Pressure 3,045 psi 3,045 psi 3,045 psi


Length 201.3 in 201.7 in 200.5 in
Overall Length in Travel Position 201.3 in 201.7 in 200.5 in
Width 72.8 in 72.8 in 72.8 in
Height 99.1 in 99.1 in 99.1 in
Height with Operator Cab 99.1 in 99.1 in 99.1 in

Bobcat E42 Review Video


Q. What size trailer do I need to haul a Bobcat?

  • All Bobcat moderate skid maneuver loader models can be moved on a five-ton trailer (S510, S590, and S62). It weighs about 2,300 pounds when the trailer is empty. The Bobcat S62, the largest moderate skid steer, weighs almost 6,900 pounds.

Q. Does Bobcat use Kubota engines?

  • Before 2015, Bobcat used Kubota engines. Then, in 2015, it switched to Tier IV Doosan engines. The Doosan fuel oxidation motivating force (DOC) engine runs hotter and uses more fuel than other engines.

Q. Is 3500 hours a lot for a Bobcat?

  • A good rule of thumb is that anything between 2,000 and 2,500 hours is very well broken in, while anything over 35,000 hours is high.

In Conclusion

The information offered by Bobcat E42 Specs in this article will assist you in choosing the appropriate product for your needs.

Although we do our best to provide you with all the information you require, facts are subject to change.Remember to research before purchasing a vehicle, as the information in this review may become obsolete.

If you desire specific details, you can contact the seller directly. Please leave a comment if you require a Bobcat E42 Specifications handbook.


  • Editorial Team

    Editorial Team has written articles on a range of topics, including tractor maintenance, farming practices, and industry news. All articles are well-researched, accurate, and written in a clear and concise manner. Articles are fact-checked by our team of independent editors so that readers will find them useful.