McCormick sub-compacts

Two sub-compact tractor models have been added to the McCormick CT Series to tackle a range of lightweight grounds care duties.

The newcomers, both diesel, have power outputs of 23hp (CT23) and 27hp (CT27) coupled to a two-range hydrostatic transmission. Easy operation is ensured with speed and direction control from a large rocker pedal. Features include cruise control and a two-speed gearbox.

"The junior CT tractors are suited to professional users who want something small and nippy for grounds maintenance work as well as private users with large gardens, horse paddocks and stable yards to maintain," suggests McCormick product specialist Paul Wade.

Wet, multi-disc brakes, four-wheel drive and hydrostatic steering add to the professional spec of these tractors. Top speed is 17mph. Prices start from £11,759 ex VAT.

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