Iseki TG Series compact tractors

Suited to municipal and grounds maintenance applications as well as light agricultural use, the new TG6 Series compact tractors from Ransomes comprises three models from 36hp to 48hp. Prices for the tractors start from £20,472 + VAT.

Iseki TG Series compact tractor - image: Ransomes Jacobsen
Iseki TG Series compact tractor - image: Ransomes Jacobsen

Two types of transmission are offered. IQ transmission has three ranges, each with eight forward/reverse gears, and features new dual clutches for fast and smooth changes. An automatic mode utilises the top five gears for towing, mowing and when on the public highway. Hydrostatic models have a two-stage, six-speed transmission.

Lifting capacity starts at 1,270kg at the ball ends and rises to a hefty 1,700kg for the top-of-the-range model. Optional mid-mounted side-discharge rotary cutting decks are available with 1.83m cutting widths.

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