New Holland Highlights Tractor Range at NFMS

February 18, 2013 10:32 PM

 New Holland introduced its next generation of utility tractors, the T4 Series, which replaces the T5000 Standard tractors, and ranges from 70 to 90 PTO hp. The tractors are designed for livestock and dairy farmers who carry out extensive hay and forage and feeding applications, as well as for diversified operations requiring a mid-range utility tractor. Features include the deluxe VisionView cab, the ergonomic CommandArc console, and distinctive New Holland styling including an overhead visibility panel. An optional factory-installed loader is available. 

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The new T5 Series tractors—the T5.95, T5.105 and T5.115 offer between 98 to 115 engine horsepower.  The new T5 Series is designed for professional, mixed farmers with outstanding visibility, ergonomic controls, an ultra-comfortable cab (which is new to this series and a carryover design from the PowerStar).

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Carrying on the original Workmaster brand, the Workmaster 35 and 40 compact tractor models are the latest addition to the value class tractors. The tractors include  33- and 38-hp models are available in standard or hydrostatic transmission. The tractors can be paired with a mid-mount mower, backhoe, or other attachments.

Jumping to the highest horsepower row crop, New Holland’s flagship T8 Series tractor range highlights its AutoCommand transmission. At the highest power rating, the T8.420 provides a maximum 419 engine horsepower. The six model T8 Series line-up, which ranges from 273 hp to 419 hp, is powered by ECOBlue SCR Cursor 9 engines, developed in collaboration with FPT Industrial, and delivering Tier 4 Interim emissions compliance.

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