There’s a really good news for all New Holland (or the company’s T5 tractor line in particular) fans! The company is reportedly working on some updates regarding the units under their T5 tractor series following its steady performance in the market. The globally renowned manufacturer of construction and power equipment is said to be planning a variety of important upgrades on the T5 series, including a new and powerful Tier 4B engine that’s in line with the international emissions standards.
“This engine has more power than the previous power plant. It breathes freer, has more maximum torque, and has better torque backup,” says New Holland’s marketing manager Todd DeBock who also also informed us about their planned development regarding the machine’s controls and efficiency. “We actually have made a feature available with our electrohydraulic mid-mount valve where you can control the power shifts within the transmission while you’re doing loader application,” he added. “This means maximum productivity for the operator because they don’t have to take their hands off the joystick to shift.”
According to Debock, the operator will also now enjoy a much better overall experience in the cab which will add a console that will move the steering wheel and a shifting joystick that improves the efficiency of cycle times. The view is said to have been improved as well and will also boast a high-visibility roof panel.
The update will also see the introduction of the T5.110 and the T5.120, the series’ new additions that will be equipped with 3.4-litre Common Rail F5G engines with ECOBlue Compact HI-eSCR technology and low rate exhaust gas recirculation. The T5.110 will have an impressive 107 horsepower engine rating, while the T5.120 has rated engine of 117 horsepower. With these recent update, New Holland is on pace to have another strong year that the customers can surely look forward to as well.