Makita XDT09M Impact Driver With QuickShift Mode


The Makita Impact Driver with Quick Shift Mode (MDX) is a high performance impact driver which is designed to improve driving dynamics, increase fuel economy and reduce emissions. It features a quick shift feature which allows drivers to easily change from one gear to another without having to stop or shifting gears manually. MDX has been developed specifically for use in vehicles equipped with four-wheel drive systems such as those found in SUVs and minivans.

The MDX was introduced in 2012 and is available in three different models: the XTD09M, XTD10M and XTD11M. The MDX is available in two versions: a standard model with a 1.5-liter engine and a premium model with a 2-liter engine. All three models are equipped with the same six speed automatic transmission.

MDX is made up of three main components: the impact absorbing body, the impact absorbing shock absorber and the impact absorbing clutch. The MDX body consists of a steel shell with foam padding inside. It incorporates a number of safety features including anti-lock brakes, traction control, stability control and electronic brake force distribution. There are also airbags to protect occupants in case of an accident.

History of the Makita Industrial Tool Co., Ltd.

The Makita Industrial Tool Co., Ltd. was established in 1915 and is currently the largest manufacturer of power tools in Japan, as well as one of the leading manufacturers of industrial technology in general. The company sells its products primarily in Japan, but also exports to more than eighty different countries worldwide.

Over the years the demand for Makita tools has grown steadily as its tools have become synonymous with quality and reliability.

Makita offers a wide range of tools, but the company is perhaps best known for its power drills and impact drivers. The company introduced its first drill (a drill/driver) in 1956 and its first impact driver in 1983. These two products still account for the majority of the company’s sales today. In fact, the majority of Makita’s product lines consist of drills and impact drivers of one type or another.

Makita’s tools are known for their power, accuracy, and reliability. They are generally more expensive than tools made by competitors such as Milwaukee or Black & Decker, but most people agree that they are worth the extra money. In fact, a lot of professional plumbers, electricians, carpenters, and other maintenance personnel won’t even use anything else.

One of the reasons Makita tools are so expensive is that they are designed and made in Japan. This means that they have to be shipped from Japan to the United States and then sold to customers, which drives up the price. Most of Makita’s competitors (especially those based in China and Taiwan) could cut their prices if they made their tools in Chinese factories and sold them directly to customers, but many people feel that you really get what you pay for with Makita tools.

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