Menu

The Cat® 725 features a world-class cab design, re-engineered using global operator feedback to advance comfort and ease of operation. Enhancements include new controls, transmission-protection features, hoist-assist system, advanced automatic traction control system, automatic retarder control, stability-assist machine rollover warning system, and a fuel saving ECO mode.

Compare Models
Engine
expand / collapse icon
Engine Model Cat C9.3 Cat C9.3
Bore 4.5 in 115.0 mm
Stroke 45.2 in 1149.0 mm
Displacement 567.5 in³ 9.3 l
Peak Engine Torque Gross (SAE J1995) 1275.0 ft·lbf 1729.0 N·m
Gross Power - SAE J1995 342.0 HP 255.0 kW
Net Power - ISO 14396 338.0 HP 252.0 kW
Engine Model - U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final/EU Stage IV Cat® C9.3 Cat® C9.3
No Engine De-rating Below 3000.0 ft 914.0 m
Peak Engine Torque Net (SAE J1349) 1263.0 ft·lbf 1712.0 N·m
Net Power - SAE J1349 334.0 HP 249.0 kW
Peak Engine Torque Speed 1200.0 r/min 1200.0 r/min
Note (1) The power ratings apply at rated speed of 1,700 rpm when tested under the conditions for the specified standard. The power ratings apply at rated speed of 1,700 rpm when tested under the conditions for the specified standard.
Emissions The reference to Tier 4 Final/Stage IV includes U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final, EU Stage V, Japan 2014 (Tier 4 Final), as well as Korea Tier 4 Final emission standards. The reference to Tier 4 Final/Stage IV includes U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final, EU Stage V, Japan 2014 (Tier 4 Final), as well as Korea Tier 4 Final emission standards.
Note (3) Net power when the fan is at maximum speed is 249 kW (334 hp) per the SAE reference conditions. Net power when the fan is at maximum speed is 249 kW (334 hp) per the SAE reference conditions.
Note (2) The net power advertised is the power available at the flywheel when the engine is equipped with alternator, air cleaner, muffler and fan at minimum speed. The net power advertised is the power available at the flywheel when the engine is equipped with alternator, air cleaner, muffler and fan at minimum speed.
Note (4) DEF used in Cat SCR systems must meet the requirements outlined in the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard 22241-1. ISO 22241-1 requirements are met by many brands of DEF, including those that carry the AdBlue or API certifications. DEF used in Cat SCR systems must meet the requirements outlined in the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard 22241-1. ISO 22241-1 requirements are met by many brands of DEF, including those that carry the AdBlue or API certifications.

MAXIMIZE PERFORMANCE

See more

INDUSTRIAL GRADE TRANSMISSION

See more

AUTOMATIC CONTROLS

See more

POWERFUL EFFICIENCY

See more

WORK IN COMFORT

See more

BUILT TO PERFORM

See more

HEAVY DUTY CONSTRUCTION

See more

TECHNOLOGY THAT GETS WORK DONE

See more

725 Standard Equipment

NOTE
expand / collapse icon
  • Standard and optional equipment may vary. Consult your Cat dealer for details.

725 Optional Equipment

NOTE
expand / collapse icon
  • Standard and optional equipment may vary. Consult your Cat dealer for details.