Case changes roof design

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Case IH has altered the design of its Maxxum and Puma range of tractors with a new roof and lighting package set to be available by May.

Case changes roof design
The new roof design on one of the tractors in the Case IH Maxxum Ultimate range.


Case IH has introduced changes to the roof of its entire Puma T3 range of tractors, while improved models in the Maxxum Ultimate Range will reach Australia in May.

Check out our 2016 review of the Case Puma 240 CVT Tractor here

Case IH Australia/New Zealand product manager for mid-horsepower and compact tractors Seamus McCarth says the changes will bring widespread benefits.

"This upgrade provides significant improvements in paint quality to reduce the effects of fading, along with new LED lighting options to suit each customers’ needs," he says.

Case IH says its Maxxum and Puma tractor ranges are marked by their versatility and manoeuvrability, while still offering the horsepower available to suit a multitude of tasks in a variety of farming and contracting operations.

Maxxum’s Ultimate range comprised 110, 125 and 140hp models, while all standard and long wheel base Pumas will be affected.

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