Six Models in the 2012 Maxxum Lineup

September 11, 2011 09:35 AM

The six models of the 2012 Maxxum tractor lineup range from 90 PTO hp to 120 PTO hp. Powered by 4.5 L and 6.7 L Interim Tier 4 compliant engines, the tractors are outfitted with SCR systems. The Maxxum Series is available with a standard base package, or deluxe "MultiController" configuration. The optional MultiControl Armrest console is similar to that on Puma, Magnum and Steiger tractors bringing all major tractor operations to one control. Handle functions include engine speed, transmission gear, forward/reverse shuttle, hydraulic remote, hitch, and automatic end-of-row function. An integrated electro-hydraulic joystick option is also available. The pressure-sensitive touchpad includes functions for constant engine speed, auto PTO and auto shift, along with hitch position control. Maxxum MultiController models also feature a new instrument cluster, displaying fuel and engine temperature gauges, a warning light panel, transmission display and general operational information, located at the right front cab corner post.

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The series also features standard power boost, which provides additional engine power of up to 25 horsepower to maintain optimal working speeds. The new base Maxxum features a new open-center hydraulic system delivering 18 gallon-per-minute hydraulic flow. Optional Pressure Flow Compensating (PFC) hydraulics with 26 gallon-per-minute flow capability and in-cab flow control is available as an option in the new Maxxum base models, while standard in the new Maxxum MultiController models. New deluxe remotes, standard with the PFC hydraulic system, offer higher flow at an individual remote, along with an enhanced sealing design for improved long-term reliability.

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