The right equipment almost always makes the job go better. So when your work demands a tractor with maneuverability, capacity and power, the new Case IH Maxxum® series 2WD tractors will help you more efficiently put up that first hay cutting, get your fields planted and keep the home place looking great.
Our new line of Maxxum series 2WD tractors combine efficient power with enhanced maneuverability and a tighter turning radius, making them ideal for hay and forage operations, vegetable production, dairies, municipalities and small-acreage mixed farms. Models ranging from 116- to 145-rated engine horsepower feature the PTO, hydraulics and transport speed that are hallmarks of the performance you expect from Maxxum tractors.
Your input, plus the opportunity to fulfill a need for a nimble, yet powerful, tractor helped drive the return of 2WD models to the Maxxum series. Although 2WD helps bring down the purchase price, you don’t have to give up the dedicated horsepower you need to get the job done. It’s truly a best-in-class package that’s perfect for pulling round balers, mower conditioners and specialty planters.
Vegetable producers will benefit, too, from the lineup’s available pressure-flow compensating hydraulics, which ensures more-precise planting.
In addition to enhanced maneuverability in the field, the lower price point lets you take advantage of the engineering quality and technology of Case IH tractors along with the premium features of Maxxum tractors, including:
- Case IH FPT Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) emissions technology frees engines to produce raw power and torque with less fuel.
- The SurroundVision cab with high-visibility roof panel — plus smaller front wheels — provides unobstructed, 360-degree vision.
- Available cab suspension provides a smooth, comfortable ride in the field or on the road.
Maxxum series 2WD models are available now, so talk to your Case IH dealer about how adding a powerful, versatile tractor to your operation can help you get more jobs done more efficiently.
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