Toro Dingo: A Compact Powerhouse

Despite their compact size, Toro Dingos are powerhouses that are a valuable addition to any job site. The mini skid steer loader is an efficient alternative to hand labor — especially in tight spots other equipment can’t reach. Toro’s full lineup offers many options. Whether you need wheels or tracks, electric, gas or diesel, radial lift or vertical lift capabilities, there’s a Toro Dingo mini skid steer that’s right for you.

Toro Dingo Applications and Uses

Toro Dingos are versatile compact loaders that find applications in a wide range of industries and tasks due to their adaptability and maneuverability. With the appropriate attachments, here are some common uses of Toro Dingos:

  • Digging trenches
  • Ecavating and moving soil
  • Digging and planting trees
  • Fencing and post installation
  • Snow removal
  • Demolition work

Toro Dingo Models & Specs

Toro eDingo 500 Electric Mini Skid Steer

eDingo 500
Battery Capacity13.57 kWh
Weight2,342 lbs (1,062.31 kg)
Tip Capacity1,251 lbs (567 kg)

Toro Dingo TX 700 Track Loader, Narrow

Ground Speed4.0 mph (6.4 km/h)
Weight2,756 lbs (1250 kg)
Tip Capacity2,000 lbs (907 kg)

Toro Dingo TX 700 Track Loader, Wide

Ground Speed4.0 mph (6.4 km/h)
Weight2,862 lbs (1298 kg)
Tip Capacity2,023 lbs (918 kg)

Toro Dingo TX 1300 Track Loader

Dingo TX1300
Ground Speed4.7 mph (7.6 km/h)
Weight3,858 lbs (1,749 kg)
Tip Capacity3,714 lbs (1,684 kg)

Toro Dingo TX 1000 Track Loader, Narrow

Dingo TX 1000
Ground Speed3.8 mph (6.1 km/h)
Weight2,785 lbs (1,263 kg)
Tip Capacity2,857 lbs (1,296 kg)

Toro Dingo TX 1000 Track Loader, Wide

Dingo TX 1000 Wide
Ground Speed4.7 mph (7.6 km/h)
Weight2,790 lbs (1,266 kg)
Tip Capacity3,071 lbs (1,393 kg)

Toro Dingo TXL 2000 Telescoping Track Loader

Ground Speed5.4 mph (8.6 km/h)
Weight6,690 lbs (3,034 kg)
Tip Capacity5,715 lbs (2,592 kg)

Toro Dingo TXL 2000 Non-Telescoping Track Loader

Ground Speed5.4 mph (8.6 km/h)
Weight6,270 lbs (2,844 kg)
Tip Capacity5,715 lbs (2,592 kg)

Toro Dingo TX 525 Track Loader, Narrow

Dingo TX 525 Narrow
Ground Speed4.5 mph (7.2 km/h)
Weight1,904 lbs (863.6 kg)
Tip Capacity1,580 lbs (716.6 kg)

Toro Dingo TX 525 Track Loader, Wide

Ground Speed4.5 mph (7.2 km/h)
Weight2,013 lbs (913 kg)
Tip Capacity1,580 lbs (716 kg)

Toro Dingo TX 427 Track Loader, Narrow

Dingo TX 427 Narrow
Ground Speed4.5 mph (7.2 km/h)
Weight1,882 lbs (853 kg)
Tip Capacity1,539 lbs (694 kg)

Toro Dingo TX 427 Track Loader, Wide

Dingo TX 427 Wide
Ground Speed4.5 mph (7.2 km/h)
Weight1,990 lbs (902 kg)
Tip Capacity1,539 lbs (694 kg)

Toro Dingo 323 Mini Skid Steer

Ground Speed3.7 mph (6 km/h)
Weight1,567 lbs (710 kg)
Tip Capacity1,030 lbs (467 kg)

Toro Dingo 320-D Mini Skid Steer

Ground Speed3.0 mph (5 km/h)
Weight1,722 lbs (781 kg)
Tip Capacity1,048 lbs (475 kg)

Key Features of Toro Dingos

The key features of Toro Dingos can vary depending on the specific model and configuration, but here are some common features and characteristics that are often associated with Toro Dingos:

Compact Size: Toro Dingos are known for their small and maneuverable design, making them suitable for working in tight spaces and confined areas.

Powerful Engine: These compact loaders are equipped with powerful engines that provide ample torque and horsepower for a range of tasks.

Hydraulic System: Toro Dingos typically feature a hydraulic system that powers various attachments, allowing for versatile functionality.

Variety of Attachments: One of the standout features of Toro Dingos is their compatibility with a wide range of attachments, such as buckets, augers, trenchers, grapples, and more. This adaptability allows users to perform various tasks with a single machine.

Ease of Operation: Toro Dingos are designed with user-friendly controls, making them accessible to both experienced operators and beginners.

Durable Construction: These machines are built to withstand rugged conditions and heavy use, with reinforced frames and components.

Articulating Steering: Many Toro Dingos have articulating steering, which enhances maneuverability and reduces damage to sensitive surfaces.

Maintenance and Care

Proper maintenance and care are essential to ensure that your Toro Dingo remains in good working condition and operates safely and efficiently. Here are some maintenance and care tips for Toro Dingos:

  • Perform regular inspections
  • Keep the machine clean
  • Lubricate key components such as pins, bushings, and grease points
  • Change engine oil as per Toro’s recommendations
  • Check and replace air filter as needed

Toro Dingo Warranty

Toro offers a one-year limited warranty on their equipment. View the Toro Warranty information here.

How Much Does A Toro Dingo Cost?

The price of Toro Dingos can vary greatly based on model, year, condition, hours, etc. Here are some examples of Toro Dingos for sale through FleetNow:

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Where Can I Find a Toro Dingo For Sale?

Toro Dingos can be bought through online marketplaces, like FleetNow, heavy equipment dealers, like Herc Rentals, or local dealers, which can be found through the “Where To Buy” page on Toro’s website.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is the Difference Between a Toro Dingo Mini Skid Steer and a Toro Dingo Mini Track Loader?

Mini skid steers and mini track loaders are both compact utility machines used in various construction, landscaping and agricultural applications. There are differences between the 2 that include the fact that mini skid steers are wheeled while mini track loaders have a track system. Mini skid steers also have a higher ground clearance than mini track loaders. If you are working on sensitive surfaces like lawns or delicate floors, a mini track loader would be a better choice because there is reduced ground pressure due to the track system.

Learn more about Toro Mini Skid Steers here. 

How fast can a Toro Dingo go?

Depending on model, Toro Dingos can go anywhere form 3 mph to 5.4 mph.

Are Toro Dingos good for digging?

With the correct attachment, Toro Dingos are great for digging holes for fence posts, trees, shrubs and bushes.

How much is the Toro Dingo 1000?

The price of Toro Dingo 1000s will rage based on year, condition, hours, etc., but the price for a used Toro Dingo 1000 can range from $27,000 to $43,000. View all Toro Dingo 1000 models for sale here.

Does  Toro offer financing options?

Toro offers a wide variety of financing options through their participating independent dealers. For more information visit Toro’s Financing page.

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