New Power for MF 5400 Series

MF beefs up mid-range tractor.

Published on: Aug 4, 2008

Massey Ferguson has added more powerful, cleaner-burning engines to its popular 5400 Series mid-range tractor, and updated its curb appeal at the same time.

The 110 and 115 horsepower models of the 5400 Series expand the line with a new power train designed to handle 50% more power than the new Tier III-compliant engines produce.

The 4 cylinder 4.4L Perkins engine, 4.4 and 4.9L SisuDiesel engines and the 6.6L Perkins included in the line all share multiple advanced technologies. All feature common-rail fuel delivery and electronic engine management. Some models are also equipped with wastegate turbocharging and air-to-air intake cooling.

MORE POWER: Massey Ferguson has upgraded the powerplants in its 5400 Series mid-range tractor. New Tier III-compliant diesel engines power a trio of hydraulic systems for "custom fit" applications for 2008 buyers.

The 16Fx16R Dyna 4 semi-powershift transmission allows the operator to smoothly use four speeds and four ranges without clutching for maximum work flexibility.

Hydraulics come in three versions, 15 gpm open center; 26 gpm combined flow system, or on 85 hp or larger tractors choose the 29 gpm closed center load sensing system.

The new engines and hydraulic configurations can be assembled in an array of methods depending upon the intended use of the tractor.

For more information, on the new 5400 Series models and engines, visit www.masseyferguson.com.