Sany Wheel Loader Buyer’s Guide

Looking for a Sany Wheel Loader for sale? Read below to see available models, pricing, get answers to your questions, and see Sany Wheel Loaders for sale near you.

Who Uses Sany Wheel Loaders?

Wheel loaders are machines found on construction sites. This type of construction equipment uses an arm to lift and lower its bucket, and a bell crank to open and close its bucket. Sany Wheel Loaders can lift almost anything – junk, gravel, soil, dirt, pallets, and other raw materials used on construction sites.

Sany Wheel Loader Models & Specs

Sany SW305K


Engine: Deutz TCD6.1
Horsepower: 181 hp
Operating Weight: 31,967 pounds
Breakout Force: 27,672 pounds of force
Bucket Capacity: 3.2 cubic yards

Sany SW405K


Engine: Deutz TCD6.1
Horsepower: 262
Operating Weight: 40,786 pounds
Breakout Force: 40,466 pounds of force
Bucket Capacity: 4 cubic yards

Key Features of Sany Wheel Loaders

The SW305K has 27,652 pounds of breakout force, a self-leveling bucket, a single joystick control and a 360-degree camera for increased safety.
The SW405K features a sturdy, reinforced chassis that has a service life of 10,000 hours. Sany’s LIVE telematics helps users track performance and service needs. It has 228-net horsepower and nearly 40,000 pounds of breakout force.

Sany Wheel Loader Price Ranges

Introduced recently to North America, the Sany SW305K can be found new for around $170,000 in the United States. Used models typically sell between $110,000 and $150,000 at retail.

The larger Sany SW405K can be found used between $116,000 and $145,000 in the United States. New versions of the SW405K sell at retail for $209,000 as of October, 2023.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How much does a large wheel loader cost?

Wheel Loader Costs Are Determined By:

1. Size of the Machine: Compact, standard, or articulated? Compact wheel loaders typically begin at approximately $30,000, whereas standard and articulated variants may start above $100,000, even $200,000.

2. Type of Wheel Loader: Different types have different functionalities and, thus, different pricing.

3. Brand Reputation: Recognized brands come at a premium, given their proven track record in the market.

4. Features & Attachments: Additional tools and capabilities can alter the final price.
A Snapshot of Leading Brands’ Pricing:

– Bobcat: $30,000-$60,000
– Caterpillar: $100,000-$200,000
– Hyundai: $40,000-$80,000
– John Deere: $50,000-$100,000
– Komatsu: $75,000-$150,000
– Sany: $170,000 – $210,000
– Volvo: $50,000-$100,000

Remember, these figures are average ranges and might vary based on the specific model and features chosen.

What is the difference between a skip loader and a wheel loader?

The term skip loader comes from mining – mining loaders were loaded into large containers called skips to be moved from one location to another. Skip loaders have a bucket in front like the traditional Wheel Loader, as well as a rear-mounted box scraper for leveling the ground. They have two smaller wheels in the front and two large wheels at the back.

What is the difference between a dozer and a wheel loader?

Dozers are used on construction sites to level the ground. Wheel loaders scoop and moves earth, debris, or materials. Dozers have tracks and wheel loaders have tires. Dozers have blades in the front to flatten the ground and wheel loaders have buckets to carry its load.

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