Real-world Skid Steer Prices from BuyerZone Buyers
A sampling of actual prices paid by skid steer buyers who used BuyerZone's service can be found below, complete with purchasing details.
Attachments can have a big impact on the overall price of a skid steer, and these quotes from our users don't always mention which attachments were included. We've added [comments] to clarify when possible.
For example, the electrical contractor in Florida who bought a new skid steer for $41,000 probably got several high-end attachments: a trencher, cold planer, or other complex tool.
You can also see the relative costs of new and used skid steers in these quotes. There's a larger range for used machines, depending on their condition and age, but for businesses looking to save money, buying reconditioned is certainly worth investigation.
Unless otherwise noted, these quotes are all on the popular 1,750 - 2,200 lb class of skid steers.
Used Skid Steer Prices
- "Bobcat 763 - $13,400." [1,500 lb capacity]
- Home construction, Medford, Oregon
- "$9,500 for 1988 Bobcat model 763
with new tires, new bucket. Full preventative maintenance, delivery, and
training." [1,500 lb capacity]
- Real estate management, Boston, Massachusetts
- "$12,500. Cab heat, hand controls, auxiliary hydraulics."
- Trucking company, Rawlins, Wyoming
- "$20,000. Model 256 with bucket, delivery, and year maintenance."
- Landscaping company, Bowie, Maryland
- "$10,500 loader -- $11,980 total all equipment and taxes." [Bucket and forks]
- Construction services, Chestnut Mountain, Georgia
- "863 Bobcat Skid Steer $16,000."
- Contractor, Cedar Grove, New Jersey
- "$23,800, auger, forks, and bucket." [track loader]
- Construction company, Pineville, Louisiana
- "Bobcat T190 2004 -- used $30,000." [track loader, with forks and bucket]
- Pool installers, Bethel, Ohio, tracked
New Skid Steer Prices
- "John Deere 320 Skid Steer Loader. $25,900 price included bucket and additional warranty."
- Construction company, Fountain Valley, California
- "We paid $19,500 - it had a bucket with it and was new."
- Utility firm, Indio, California
- "JCB - $41,000 skid steer & attachments."
- Electrical contractor, Melbourne, Florida
- "$28,000 for just the loader and a bucket."
- Engineering firm, Midway City, California
- "Decided to buy new from John Deere so paid around $25,000." [With posthole digger, forks, and bucket.]
- Agricultural construction, Russellville, Tennessee
- "$32,000. No attachment." [Enclosed cab; 2,200-2,700 lb capacity]
- Agricultural equipment dealer, Lancaster, South Carolina
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Information was provided by BuyerZone users. Quotes have been edited for clarity only.Ready to Compare Skid Steer Loaders Price Quotes?