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Access all areas Hako reveals all about the latest model in their Citymaster range.


Hako’s new Citymaster 1650 features directionally stable, articulated steering and permanent all-wheel drive, combined with the smallest turning circle in the 3.5-ton class ensures that the new model can access almost all areas.


Whether used exclusively as a sweeper or as a versatile implement carrier for all-season municipal applications or in gardening and landscaping, the new Citymaster model is equipped with a comprehensive range of innovative features providing more work comfort, safety and efficiency.


The Citymaster 1650 offers a large number of improved features and optional extras. For example, the new sweeping technology offers even more comfortable broom adjustment options: broom heads can be adjusted to allow adaptation of the sweeping brooms to the inclination angles of different types of gutter.


The machine’s customarily compact design ensures excellent manoeuvrability, even in confined areas. Footpaths with high kerbs are no problem at all, neither for the new Citymaster 1650 nor for the driver – thanks to the full- suspension chassis.


Naturally, the new engine complies with the Euro V emission standard’s requirements. The engine speed can be limited to meet individual demands or application requirements. This lowers both the fuel consumption and the noise level, therefore ensuring that the machine can work not only in the city but also in quiet residential areas – even early in the morning or late at night.


The quick-change system allows particularly easy and tool-free demounting of attachments. With a large variety of different attachments and superstructures available, the new


Citymaster 1650 can be re-tooled in no time at all to perform wet cleaning, green area maintenance or winter service tasks.


Thanks to its powerful and particularly efficient hydraulic attachment drive system, the vehicle’s range of applications is almost unlimited. Available for application is an extended attachment coding system, which, in many cases, saves the driver a great deal of work through automated basic settings, providing a tailored, easy-to-use and extremely comfortable operating concept with far- reaching automation.


The driver benefits from the new features as well: extended seat options and a steering column adjustable for both height and reach, as well as modified foot pedals, enable even more individual adaptation of the driver’s workplace – with certified ergonomics and AGR quality label (from production start).


Additional comfort is provided by the optional auxiliary heating system, which can be pre-programmed to heat up both the engine and the cabin in the winter to shorten the warm-up phase and defrost the windows. The full- LED lighting system is presented in a new layout and, in comparison, provides significantly higher luminous efficacy at a reduced power consumption rate.


Both the fully glazed comfort cabin and the optional 270° camera system provide enhanced visibility and an excellent view of the work area. Daily maintenance work such as oil checks can now be comfortably performed externally, even on vehicles with fix-mounted superstructures.


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