514-40 Loadall

Compact but comfortable.

The world’s No.1 Telehandler is now available in it's smallest package ever but with the largest cab in its class. Sharing all the design quality DNA developed over the last 45 years of JCB Loadall development, it is also trailer towable, which makes the new 514-40 the most compact, most comfortable and most hassle-free Telescopic Handler on the market.

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0% Interest Hire Purchase over 3 years on selected models of new JCB Agricultural Telescopic Handlers

Take advantage of this 0% Interest Hire Purchase offer on selected models of new JCB Telescopic Handlers. Available on a 3+33 month payment profile on machines ordered between 01.07.2024 & 30.09.2024 and delivered by 31.12.2024 via participating dealers.

This offer is subject to a maximum advance. A deposit and full VAT amount or VAT difference is payable at the time of signing the Hire Purchase agreement. A documentation fee is payable with the first payment and a £50+VAT option-to-purchase fee will be collected together with the final payment; these amounts are payable on all Hire Purchase agreements. Asset(s) on the agreement may be repossessed if you do not keep up with the repayments.

These offers are subject to availability while stocks last. We reserve the right to withdraw the offer at any time.

Model Maximum Advance 3 +33 monthly payments from

514-40 Agri

520-40 Agri

525-60 Agri







J.C. Bamford Excavators Ltd (registered in England No. 0792807. Registered Office: Lakeside Works, Rocester, Staffordshire, England, ST14 5JP) is an appointed representative of JCB Finance Ltd which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. UK business users only. Terms apply.

Smallest Telehandler

The 514-40 has been designed to go to places and get into spaces where no other telehandler can, making it the ultimate telehandler for all applications.

  • Best-in-class lift capacity at full height (12% over competition).
  • Small enough to fit through a 6ft (1.8m) high doorway.
  • Greater manoeuvrability allows use on the smallest worksites.
  • The most compact and towable telehandler available.
  • Ideal for yards, events, agriculture, construction and landscaping.

Largest cab

The new 514-40 has the largest cab in its class, meaning there has been no compromise on cab comfort or safety.

  • Full-width cab is an extra 200mm wider than competitors.
  • Easy and uncompromised access and exit.
  • Great visibility to all four wheels gives operators complete confidence.

Smallest Costs

The new 514-40 has been designed to have the smallest maintenance costs, making it an easy and affordable machine choice with greater uptime.

  • Low maintenance 19kW engine
  • Easy serviceability with all touch points in one location.
  • No DPF for lower servicing costs.
  • Can be towed to site for convenience and reduced transport costs.

Largest Support

The new 514-40 comes with the total peace of mind a global manufacturer brings. Our customer support is unrivalled, allowing you to get on with working.

  • Best distribution and service network.
  • 24/7 parts availability.
  • Wide variety of available JCB attachments.
  • LiveLink telematics as standard provides security and maintenance alerts.


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