Case IH has added Tier 3 power to eight new Maxxum models in the 90 to 120 PTO horsepower range and claims better fuel economy and more power options for the lineup for 2007.
The new Maxxum line offers 4.5 or 6.7-liter Case IH engines in the models that fall just below the Magnum and Puma series in size, says Tom Dean, marketing manager for Case IH's mid-size tractors.
The Maxxum Pro 140 is one of eight new mid-range Maxxum Series tractors available from Case IH for 2007. The new tractors offer Tier 3 rated engines from 90 to 125 horsepower.
Five new Maxxum Pro models, the 110 Pro, 120 Pro, 125 Pro, 130 Pro and 140 Pro, sport four-valve-per-cylinder, common-rail electronic fuel injection. The electronics provide for a 25 hp boost for PTO and transport loads as well as a constant RPM feature for fuel economy, Dean explains.
Other Maxxum Pro features include mechanical front drive, a deluxe cab, pressure flow compensating hydraulics, electronic draft control and an automatic end-of-row function. The standard 16X16 semi-powershift transmission is also available with an optional 17th EconoGear to drop engine RPM at top road speeds.
Three additional Maxxums - the Maxxum 110, Maxxum 115 and Maxxum 125 -- complete the new lineup with traditional Case IH two-valve-per-cylinder engines fed by mechanical fuel injection. Operators have a choice of ROPS or standard cab, and 2WD or MFD. Transmission choices include 12X12 synchro, 24X24 synchro with high/low powershift, or a 16X16 semi-powershift.
For more information, visit the CASE IH Website at: www.caseih.com/na.