Komatsu 875

In a class of its own

Komatsu 875

The Komatsu 875 is something of a yardstick when it comes to the demands for a profitable forwarder. When you look a little more closely, you quickly see that it is in a class of its own regarding everything from productivity and cost efficiency to the operator environment.



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Maximized productivity

With a tractive force of 214 kN, the 875 has all the power required, and the unique interaction between engine, control system and transmission makes it exceptionally manoeuvrable in all situations. The Komatsu 875 provides its highest torque at low engine speeds and automatically adapts to changes in engine load due to terrain, obstacles, inclines and crane loads. The result is maximized productivity and benefit from every ounce of horsepower and every litre of diesel.

Powerful yet fuel effective engine

The engine’s performance corresponds closely with the stringent demands placed on a large, efficient forwarder, both in terms of high capacity and low environmental impact. Based on well-proven common rail technology with high fuel injection pressure and injection control that is both rapid and more precise, the Stage 4 Final engine delivers high engine power, high torque, lower emissions and low fuel consumption. Add to this the fact that the engine has optimised combustion chambers and the result is an engine with maximised combustion efficiency when power is most needed.

Excellent operator environment

The cab is spacious with plenty of legroom and numerous storage solutions. The feeling of volume inside the cab is striking. The large windows offer fantastic visibility upwards, downwards and to the sides, making crane operation easier. The cab has a low noise level and a driver’s seat that offers superb comfort and a large working range. Naturally, Comfort Ride is available as an option.




A. Width

With 710/45x26,5 tires: 2,980 mm (9'9"). With 800/40x26,5 tires: 3,170 mm (10'5")

B. Length, total

10,360 mm (34'0") (with shortest rear frame)

C. Length, front axle to middle joint

1,900 mm (6'3")

D. Length, middle joint to rear axle

3,475 mm (11'5") (with shortest rear frame)

E. Transport height

3,940 mm (12'11") (hoses included and with tire compression)

F. Ground clearance, at steering coupling

6WD: 562 mm (1'10"). 8WD: 632 mm (2'1")

Approximate weight

From 19,900 kg (43,872 lb)

Type, Europe and North America

74 AWF. 6-cylinder diesel engine with turbo and intercooler. EU Stage IV and EPA Tier 4 Final.

Stroke volume

7,4 l (1.95 gal)


185 kW DIN (248 HP) at 1,900 RPM.


1,100 Nm at 1,500 rpm

Fuel Tank

210 l (55.5 gal)

Gross load

16 000 kg (35,274 lb)

Bunk area

4,7 - 6,4 m² (50.6 - 68.9 sq.ft), depending on options and market


130F or 145F


130F: 8 m/10 m, 145F: 8,5/10,0 m

Gross lifting torque

145F: 145 kNm (106,947 lb-ft)

Gross slewing torque

145F: 38,0 kNm (28,027 lb-ft)


G121 ProTec and slewing dampened link.


Komatsu G28/G36


360 l/min (95.1 gal/min) at 2 000 rpm

Max working pressure

260 bar (3,771 psi)


24 V

Battery capacity

2 x 180 Ah


2 x 100 A

Driving Speed

0-8/20 km/h (0-5/12.4 mph) (terrain/road) (max speed with steering wheel)

Tractive Force

214 kN (48,109 lbf)

General information

The specifications describe possible equipment, not which equipment is standard or optional. Standard and optional equipment varies between countries. Your sales representative has an up-to-date list of what is included. Weights are based on the equipment specified in the basic specification. Specifications and designs are subject to alteration without prior notice.

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