Posted April 3, 2023

Seven new excavator models

New Case E Series excavators feature upgrades that drive greater productivity, operator satisfaction, efficiency and improved total cost of ownership over the life of the machine.

Case CX365E SR excavator
The Case CX365E SR excavator is one of two models in the seven model line.

Case Construction Equipment has introduced seven new models of E Series excavators — including two in new size classes — focused on enhancing the total operator experience in performance and control to deliver even greater productivity, operator satisfaction, and operational efficiency while driving down total cost of ownership over the life of the machine.

They also represent an enhanced level of hydraulic performance and precision, greater engine power and responsiveness, extended service intervals and greater connectivity for streamlined fleet management and service. The modles have the most expansive offerings of OEM-fit 2D and 3D machine control systems to simplify the adoption and expansion of precision excavation solutions.  

The seven new models for the North American market include:

CASE Excavator

Net Horsepower

Operating Weight



28,900 pounds



38,400 pounds



41,000 pounds



52,000 pounds



56,909 pounds



67,000 pounds



78,600 pounds



The new lineup replaces five key models and adds two all-new models: the CX190E and the CX365E SR. Dozer blade and long reach models are also available in select configurations, and certain D Series excavator models will remain in the CASE product offering; next-generation versions of those machines will be introduced later.

The CX190E is a 41,000-pound machine with a tighter footprint will transform the workflow and productivity on job sites with space restrictions.

More control in the workspace
One of the most noticeable enhancements in the cab of the new E Series excavators is the 10-inch LCD display that provides even greater access and visibility to cameras, machine data and controls. This includes the ability to display rear- and sideview cameras at all times while still accessing machine data and controls, ensuring optimal visibility and jobsite awareness.

Engine and Hydraulic Power
Powered by new FPT Industrial engines and designed to offer four new work modes -- Super Power (SP), Power (P), Eco (E) and Lifting (L) that can can be set in a range of up to 10 throttle settings. The Eco mode drives lower fuel consumption by as much as 18 percent compared to previous Case excavators.

They feature an innovative combination of diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC), selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and particulate matter catalyst technologies that further improve fuel efficiency, systems reliability and no lifetime after-treatment replacement or mechanical service over time.

With Hydraulic Flow Control Balance, the operator can set arm in, boom up and swinging flow to their liking. Attachment use has also been dialed in even further with the ability to adjust hydraulic flows based on specific attachment types through the new display, and to set maximum overflow for each attachment for optimal attachment performance.   

Improving uptime, responsiveness and lifetime owning and operating costs
The new Case SiteConnect Module along with the new SiteManager App (iOS and Android). This app pairs the operator’s phone or device to the machine to enable remote analysis. Certified technicians can diagnose the health of each connected machine through various parameter readings and fault codes — and the technician determines whether the issue can be addressed remotely.