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New look for Case IH Maxxum series tractors

New look for Case IH Maxxum series tractors

The Case IH Maxxum series tractors have been given a new look. The series is known for its reputation as versatile workhorses for the field and livestock operations. And Case IH is launching five new models with the new appearance at the 2015 Cattle Industry Convention in San Antonio.

Case IH says the redesigned hood and roof on the Maxxum line foreshadows an updated, dramatic new styling coming soon to the Case IH high-horsepower families of tractors. And the improvements are going beyond esthetics.

The new Maxxum series features an improved cooling package, and they are also equipped with the fuel efficient Tier 4 B/Final SCR-only technology that meets current EPA requirements.

The new Maxxum tractors are equipped with eight high-power LED lights and can be ordered with additional LED lights — up to 14 — that provide daylight visibility during nighttime operations.

The new Maxxum tractors feature an improved turning radius on a longer wheel base for greater stability in the field.

And the new line also features Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) technology with a double-clutch design that allows smooth shifting and maintains continuous power to the ground. Coupled with the Case IH Multi-Control Armrest, these Case IH machines provide ease of operation that is hard to match in the tractor industry. The optional front axle suspension is now equipped with twin accumulators, which improve the ride, comfort and safety of these machines.

The Maxxum series is ideal for farm or ranch operations, but could also be used in mowing and maintenance jobs.

The new model lineup consists of the 4-cylinder 115, 125, 135 and 145 models in the Maxxum, Maxxum MultiController and CVT configurations. Also available is the 6-cylinder Maxxum 150 model available in the Maxxum and Maxxum MultiController versions.

For more information, visit your local Case IH dealer or www.caseih.com/maxxum.

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