New Holland performance

New Holland is entering new sectors and new markets as it launches its most comprehensive product range to date and capitalises on the growing popularity of the brand.

Tractors remain at the heart of New Holland’s expertise, and a new series of compacts takes centre stage at IoG Saltex. 

The Boomer series is in the 21hp to 45hp bracket and uses New Holland’s established high-tech features, such as the Supersuite cab and Supersteer steering, as well as introducing new options like Superspeed CVT transmission.

In contrast to the premium Boomer series, New Holland has also added value-for-money compact tractors – the T1500 range – at 30hp and 35hp. 

Groundsmen and contractors can also get their first look at the T5000 utility tractor that offers increased power from new Tier 3 emissions compliant engines delivering power from 76hp to 106hp.

Latest mowers to join the New Holland portfolio include the G6000 diesel out-front with Tier 3 engines. 

For the heaviest workloads, power on the largest model has been increased to 36hp.  A new 31hp version also makes its debut.  And for the first time the company is offering high-quality finishing mowers.  These are available in cutting widths from 1.2m to 5.72m.  Completing the mower line-up are five zero-turn units.

Expanding the professional range further, New Holland is also unveiling its first utility vehicle.  The Blueline Husky UTV is suited to golf, groundcare and estate industries.

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