Launch date for new Landini tractors
The 4 Series joins the line-up as a powerful, light-weight and versatile tractor with no real equivalent in the current Landini range; three models will be available at first, with maximum power outputs of 90hp, 99hp and 107hp from a compact Deutz four-cylinder engine.
In contrast, the new Landini 6 Series comprises three powerful four-cylinder tractors designed for high performance operations such as mowing and baling, or harvesting grass using a forage wagon or precision chopper. Outputs from a 4.5-litre FPT engine peak at 143hp, 160hp and 166hp, with the top model benefitting from ‘power boost’ to deliver up to 175hp for pto and transport work.
“These are two important developments for the Landini marque, which has an enthusiastic following amongst livestock farmers in particular,” says Ray Spinks, general manager and sales director at distributor AgriArgo UK.
“The all-new 4 Series is an attractive machine for farmers wanting something smaller and lighter than the recently introduced 85-113hp 5-H Series, while the 6 Series is an agile up-market range that includes one of the most powerful four-cylinder tractors available.”
The new models will be displayed on the AgriArgo stand at the Grassland & Muck Event, where Landini 5-H and Landpower tractors supplied by Cheshire dealer Border Plant will be in action on the Malone Farm Machinery working plot handling grass harvesting equipment.
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