Small in size, but big on performance, that's the new Farmall Subcompact tractor that's about to be launched into the Australian market.
The Farmall Subcompact 25SC model will be the smallest in Case IH's Farmall range, designed to fill a niche within the growing lifestyle segment of the agricultural machinery market.
"The introduction of this tractor really is in response to increasing demand for a small utility tractor to fulfill a range of tasks on larger home blocks or hobby farms. With its lighter frame and exceptional manoeuvrability, it's ideal for the likes of lawn, turf, garden and small farm maintenance," said Seamus McCarthy, Case IH Australia/NZ Product Manager for Mid Horsepower and Compact Tractors.
The new Farmall Subcompact models are powered by a naturally-aspirated 3-cylinder Tier 4 diesel engine, coupled to a two-range Hydrostatic Transmission with push button cruise control and two pedal direct control for forward and reverse. It comes standard with 4WD, differential lock, Hydrostatic Power steering and wet brakes to ensure it has key driver comforts associated with larger Case IH tractors.
Its 'handy all-rounder' appeal is also enhanced by the range of attachments available, including a front-end loader with a 4-in-1 bucket, 60-inch cut mid-mount mower deck, and a rear-mounted backhoe.
"It's incredibly satisfying that a century on from the introduction of the first Farmall, we continue to enhance the versatility and performance of the range, and address the needs of customers looking for the right tractor for their requirements" - Seamus McCarthy, Case IH