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New Holland W300C Wheel Loader

Maker:  Motorart
Model No:  13782
Scale:  1:50
Review Date:  May 2014

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Detail   (max 30)24
Features   (max 20)15
Quality   (max 25)21
Price   (max 15)8
Overall   (max 100)74%


New Holland W300C Wheel Loader Video  [Youku video]
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Motorart branded box.
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Nice wheels.
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Lift height is a little restricted.
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Ladders and handrails are modelled well.
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Loader arm has painted rivets.
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Decent bucket.
Profile view.
It is a good looking load.
Comment on this model.

At the time of the review the New Holland W300C is their largest wheel loader weighing in at around 27 tonnes.  It has a bucket load capacity of about 9 tonnes.


The model comes in a Motorart-branded box with the New Holland logo printed on the ends.  The machine type inside is designated with a stick on label.  Inside the model is held between two close fit clear plastic formers. 

There were no missing parts or defects on the review model.

There is no information about the real machine or model included.


The two axles have differentials and there is a short length of drive shaft to the front axle.  The tyres are a nice quality rubber and the metal hubs are detailed with wheel nuts.

Access ladders to the cab are finely detailed and a feature of the model is the metal handrails some of which are very thin.  The cab mirrors are also metal and the interior cab detail is good including a textured floor.

The engine area has a solid rear rather than a grille and the handrails are not modelled.  At the rear the lights are painted.  Under the hood is a reasonably detailed engine.

The pivot point has visible steering cylinders but no drive shaft or hoses.  The front loader arm linkage is good and there are some soft hydraulic hoses.

The metal bucket is a decent casting.


The wheels roll well and are fixed to common axles.  The rear axle has good oscillation and the front axle is fixed.

Steering across the pivot point achieves a realistic angle.

The Z-bar linkage is stiff and will hold any pose.  The height of lift is a little restricted but the tipping angle is very good. 

The engine cover can be opened and will pose in the open position.


This is a good quality model by Motorart with a high metal content.

The graphics and paint are high quality. 


The price is on the expensive side compared to similar models.


This is a good model of the New Holland W300C and is recommended overall.


The model appeared in October 2013.

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Parked up.
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Rear end detailing is relatively simple.
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Underneath detail is reasonable.
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Cab is good.
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Opening hood.
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Good tipping angle.
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On the road.