Award-winning Case IH Maxxum to launch at AgQuip

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Case IH’s latest Maxxum tractor series will be officially launched at this year’s AgQuip field days

The new Case IH Maxxum 135 tractor
The new Case IH Maxxum won Tractor of the Year at EIMA 2018

In addition to its new appearance, the Maxxum series will offer an upgraded Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) and the exciting new ActiveDrive 8 dual-clutch powershift transmission.

Its reveal at AgQuip is sure to stir excitement among Case IH fans as this is the same range of tractor that took the coveted Tractor of the Year award at last year’s EIMA Exhibition in Bologna, Italy. (READ MORE ABOUT THAT HERE)

"Maxxum has long been the name by which mid-range tractors are measured, a by-word for models which are agile, efficient, strong and dependable," Case IH Australia/New Zealand product manager Seamus McCarthy says.

"The new Maxxum series still delivers these characteristics but now offers a host of key improvements around the design, transmission and inclusion of a CVT 6-cylinder model."

The new line-up includes.

  • The Maxxum CVT
  • The Maxxum Multicontroller with ActiveDrive 8 Transmission
  • The Maxxum with 16x16 Semi Powershift Transmission 
Case IH Maxxum 135 and Product Manager Seamus McCarthy
Case IH Product Manager for Mid Horsepower & Compact Tractors ANZ, Seamus McCarthy, with the Maxxum 135 CVT

Key features of the new Maxxum series include adaptive steering, Headland Management Control II, brake to clutch functionality, and a 6-cylinder engine available for the Case IH Maxxum 150 CVT.

"With excellent power to weight ratios, the new Maxxum tractors offer the ultimate combination of muscle and performance, with a host of features we know will appeal to customers looking for a tractor suited to a range of different businesses," McCarthy says.

"I believe the new Maxxum Series will become a market leader that symbolises the quality and performance that Case IH tractors have always stood for," he adds

The new Maxxum will be launched to the public at this year’s AgQuip in Gunnedah, from August 20 to 22.

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