New Holland T6000s offer extra power and comfort for the new decade

2010 brings a potent blend of power and comfort from the New Holland stable in their new and improved T6000 Range and Power Command tractors. The whole range has received higher power boost levels and now boasts the most impressive levels of ‘extra’ power on the market.

T6090 Scotland

The new T6090 model takes the power range of the T6000s to 200hp, with an exceptional power to weight ratio (28kg per horsepower). With its 42” tyres, it delivers high ground clearance and reduced compaction, making it the perfect tractor for spraying, haulage, drilling and baling.

The Engine Power Management system in these machines can increase engine power for PTO, Hydraulic and Transport applications, yet despite the added engine power, there is no extra weight.

As the technology improves to speed the machine up, it is also being developed to slow it down again more efficiently:  Selected models can now be fitted with an Exhaust Brake, which means the operator can avoid ‘riding’ the brakes. This is particularly useful for controlled hill descents when trailing a heavy implement. Depressing the extra foot pedal, to the left of the clutch, closes a valve in the exhaust manifold. The resulting back pressure in the combustion chamber retards the engine, steadying the tractor speed.

But it’s not just the power that’s making the headlines: Using the technology that won New Holland ‘Best in Class’ for comfort at the Tractor of the Year Awards, all the T6000 Range and Power Command models can now include  the Sidewinder™ II armrest.

The electronically adjustable SideWinder™ II incorporates the CommandGrip™ multifunction handle, an integrated control panel and the IntelliView™ III Touch-screen interface which provides the quickest way to adjust tractor settings such as remote valve flow rates or engine speed memories. An optional joystick can be used to control either a front linkage or a New Holland TL loader.

New Holland’s T7000 range boasts the quietest cab in the industry. The new T6000 models are close behind, with a cab rating of just 70 dB(A) . The cab comfort has been enhanced with an upgraded suspension design, reducing cab roll when crossing slopes.

For the T6000 LS tractors, the new decade means more choice. The LS concept was to offer high performance features, normally only found on high end arable tractors, to the diary and livestock farmer. Large hydraulic pumps, auto four wheel drive and enhanced comfort levels benefit a loader tractor just as much as an arable tractor. So for 2010 this popular range has been expanded to include more models and now includes six cylinder machines. Along with the new models, there are also more options too, including Dual Command, Cab Suspension on Dual Command and a front axle suspension option.

For more information on the T6000 Range and Power Command tractors and the T6000 LS range, visit the New Holland website at www.newholland.com

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