Hyundai Expands Diesel Capacity Lineup

Fri February 25, 2011 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

With the success of the 7E Series, Hyundai has added the 250D-7E to the lineup. The 55,000 lb. (24,947 kg) capacity diesel forklift incorporates the most standard features in the market today. Performance, ergonomics, serviceability and operator comfort were the most important enhancements considered when designing the 250D-7E in order to exceed customer requirements in today’s workplace, according to the manufacturer.

The Hyundai 250D-7E is equipped with a powerful Cummins QSC 8.3L engine, producing 260 hp (193.8 kW) at 2,200 rpms which provide a travel speed of up to 25 mph (40 kmh). The ZF electronic shift transmission includes an automatic shift with three forward and three reverse speeds. Equipped with the combination of the QSC engine and ZF transmission, the Hyundai 250D-7E offers a powerful performance.

Password activated engine start limit (ESL) intercepts fuel delivery to the engine without proper identification, eliminating equipment theft. According to load demand, economic mode and power mode can simply be selected, allowing the operator to select the level of power performance, which increases overall fuel efficiency.

The 250D-7E includes a digital video monitor with enhanced features and benefits to increase accuracy and operator assurance when performing daily tasks. The load sensing indicator displays the load capacity on the monitor and adjusts the hydraulic flow based on load demand. The wheel angle indicator displays the position of the steer wheels throughout operation, assuring the operator of safe operation. The optional rear view camera works in conjunction with the digital monitor, allowing maximum vision of surrounding environments.

The operator compartment is full of standard amenities to maximize operator comfort. The full suspension seat and the telescopic tilt column assembly allows any size operator to securely determine the most comfortable position. The 250D-7E includes an enclosed cab assembly with a CD/MP3 player and hands free remote control system that also includes a USB outlet for additional accessory usage. The optional Heater/AC system offers large capacity.

Engine and transmission service access is easier with the electronic activated, hydraulic controlled tilt cabin assembly. Key controlled, the electronic switch allows fast and easy access to internal chassis components with minimal effort. The 250D-7E is equipped with wet disk brakes, virtually eliminating brake component replacement. The variable capacity remote fan drive allows consistent coolant flow and proper temperature throughout the entire system, according to the manufacturer.

For more information, call 800/423-8721.

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