TAFE - Tractors and Farm
Equipment Limited,the world’s third largest tractor company, will unveil its
all-new Massey Ferguson (MF) ‘Smart’ series of tractors. Adapting to the
evolving needs of its discerning customers this range of tractors in the
30-60hp segment boasts of a modern designing and technology.
Tafe’s new MF ‘Smart’ series engineered
with inputs from farmers, comes with a new range of transmission options that
promises adaptability to any application or usage ensuring increased
productivity with operator comfort. Some of the highlights of this range
include Tafe’s signature transmissions, 12 speed Rototrac, 16 speed Super Shuttle
and 16 speed Comfimesh. These tractors come equipped with a superior HAV Dual
clutch, suitable for extensive heavy duty applications like loader, dozer and
for haulage and harvesting. The new FST engines with the matching
transmissions, carry forward the Massey Ferguson legacy of high performance
with super economy.
The Massey Ferguson brand is
recognised globally for its hydraulics, and the Smart series is further
upgraded to offer unmatched hydraulic capacity through its unique Combi-Boost system,
for quick lifting of heavy load.
The eSmart Hydraulics, uses precision
electro-hydraulics to deliver better yield, productivity and operating cost.
The new operator station
offers Smart international styling and unmatched operator ergonomics.
The new Smart range is
equipped with both, 2Wheel Drive (2WD) and 4Wheel Drive(4WD) variants across
the range with G4–4WD and T5–2WD, axle options. The range also includes
tractors with a choice of manual and power steering with the Tonner axle that
offers a larger wheel base for increased traction and stability.
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