New Holland offers revamped range of mid-range tractors
New Holland has revamped its mid-range tractor model offering, with a comprehensive line up in the under 120hp segment. The 17-model tractor offering includes the T5 Electro Command, the recently launched T5 Utility, re-named T4 and existing TD5 ranges.
James Emery, New Holland's mid-range tractor product specialist in the UK and Ireland, says: "When the T5000 series was discontinued in 2013 it created a gap in our mid-range offering, particularly for farmers who need a versatile, compact tractor with good power and lift capacity at a reasonable price.
"The under 120hp sector is important to New Holland and the recent launch of T5 Electro Command and T5 Utility ranges ensures our customers can choose a tractor that perfectly suits their business."
The three-model 100 - 120hp T5 Electro Command range, winner of Best Utility at Tractor of the Year 2017, features a Tier 4B compliant engine.
Enhanced front suspension, uprated rear lift capacity, heavy-duty axle and 16 x 16 Electro Command transmission with auto functions, provide farmers with more flexibility to perform draft work with heavier implements.
A loader-ready option and adjustable shuttle response make materials handling more efficient. Improved visibility in the VisionView cab comes courtesy of wide-angle mirrors and LED lighting packages, enhancing operator safety and comfort.
The five new T5 Utility models offer between 75 and 114hp and continue the heritage of the well-regarded T5000 series. Farmers can choose between two- or four-wheel drive on all Synchro-Shuttle models (four-wheel drive on all others), plus a wide choice of transmissions including Dual Command, Power Shuttle, and Creep-speed to suit individual requirements.
The T5 Utility is well suited to handling tasks; loader-ready, it supports a maximum lift capacity of up to 2,539kg with a maximum lifting height of 3.7m from New Holland's 740TL front loader. An optional front linkage, with 1000-speed PTO provides added flexibility.