Italian telehandler manufacturer Dieci has unveiled the Mini Agri 20.4 ultra compact two tonne/4.3 metre telehandler.
The new machine was shown as a prototype at the Eurotier exhibition in Hanover, while it follows the principles of the 2.5 tonne/six metre 25.6, it has been subject to an extensive redesign, and thus a model in its own right. It has an overall height of just 1.91 metres, and an overall width of 1.55 metres. Overall length is 3.63 metres, with an overall weight of 2,000kg, in spite of the low GVW, the machine can take its maximum capacity to its maximum lift height.
The new cab interior has been completely updated in terms of reupholstery and the dashboard, which features a new instrument layout, resulting in better ergonomics and more space, in spite of the fact that it even smaller than the new 26.6 model.
The light weight allows the use of a smaller Kubota diesel, coupled to a hydrostatic transmission housed in a newly designed engine compartment that completely opens up for easier inspection and maintenance.