TCO, emissions and comfort

Comparing the petrol-driven City Ranger 2260 with alternatives

Total cost of ownership (TCO) is one of the very important parameters when deciding on an investment in utility machines. Below you will find comparable TCO on the City Ranger 2260 to help you make your decision.

What we compare

We compare total cost of ownership (TCO) emission levels and driver comfort between the new petrol-driven City Ranger 2260 with the previous diesel-driven Stage IIIA City Ranger 2250 and an alternative model using a Stage V diesel Commonrail engine.

TCO - CR 2260 - Column 02

The Egholm City Ranger 2260 utility machine is powered by a Kubota petrol WG-972-G-E4 engine with 33 HP.​

Highlights

The new City Ranger 2260 with petrol engine gives you: 2% lower TCO than previous model – and 12% lower TCO than alternative commonrail diesel engine.
No particle emissions and significantly lower NOx emission.
Much improved driver comfort.

 

Total cost of ownership

Service cost – 200h service interval
500 hours per year over 3 years

CR2250
Diesel stage IIIA
CR2260
Petrol stage V
Alternative
Diesel stage V
Difference in €
Difference in %
÷99
÷3
982
32

Operating cost – fuel 
Diesel € 1.20 / petrol € 1.40

CR2250
Diesel stage IIIA
CR2260
Petrol stage V
Alternative
Diesel stage V
Difference in €
Difference in %
2,613
22
÷1,224
÷10

Purchase cost 
 

CR2250
Diesel stage IIIA
CR2260
Petrol stage V
Alternative
Diesel stage V
Difference in €
Difference in %
0
0
5,100
13

Amortisation
CR2250 : 20%

 
CR2260 : 15% 

 
Alternative : 20% 

CR2250
Diesel stage IIIA
CR2260
Petrol stage V
Alternative
Diesel stage V
Difference in €
Difference in %
÷4,096
÷21
2,488
13

CR2250 Diesel stage IIIA

4%

16%

54%

26%

CR2260 Petrol stage V NEW | TCO: ÷2%

4%

20%

55%

21%

Alternative Diesel stage V Commonrail | TCO +10%

5%

13%

55%

27%

Emission levels

With a petrol engine, you will live up to all the environmental restrictions in most city centres.

For more information you please contact your local dealer or distributor.

Driver comfort

Driver comfort<br>

We have therefore optimised the machines to make the daily work as stress-free as possible for the driver. Many different elements influence the comfort of the operator.

And our tests show that the new generation of the City Ranger 2260 offers an improved user experience.

Environment and ergonomics

Check out our latest case story and learn how the new petrol-powered City Ranger 2260 helps Lemvig municipality maintain its outdoor areas all year round with more focus on the environment and with better ergonomics for the operator.