Three cylinder models with Dyna-4 transmission join the MF 5700 Global Series
With the launch of two new, three-cylinder tractors Massey Ferguson is further extending the choice in its successful MF 5700 Global Series.
Three cylinder models with Dyna-4 transmission join the MF 5700 Global SeriesWith the launch of two new, three-cylinder tractors Massey Ferguson is further extending the choice in its successful MF 5700 Global Series.
The new 85hp, MF 5708 and 95hp, MF 5709, come equipped with the performance enhancing Dyna-4 transmission and the option of cab suspension and will appeal to those looking for a modern and rugged workhorse.
“These new three-cylinder 5700 Series tractors, will suit a wide range of farmers looking for extra performance and versatility – particularly for field operations,” says Campbell Scott, Director, Marketing Services Massey Ferguson, Europe and Middle East. “They also perfectly complement the existing MF 4700 Series, with its robust and practical 12 x 12 manual gearbox.
Constructed on the strong, 2.32m wheelbase MF 5700 chassis, providing a 4.3t lift capacity, these cost-effective tractors are ideally suited to a wide range of field work and transport.
“The new features, along with the recently introduced Visio Roof option, further enhance their loader credentials. And, the renowned Dyna-4, with four on-the-move changes, adds class-leading control to these, robust and cost-effective workhorses,” adds Mr Scott.
Built Massey Ferguson’s award-winning factory in Beauvais, France, the latest 85hp and 95hp models join the existing 100hp and 110hp tractors, which have a 12 x 12 manual transmission.
Dyna-4 is a highly efficient transmission that provides class-leading, simple and convenient control of 16 forward and 16 reverse speeds with four Dynashift (powershift) speeds in four ranges. A ‘creep’ speed is an option.
With four change-on-the move Dynashift speeds in each gear, it offers ultimate ease of operation with the left-hand Power Control lever and console-mounted T-lever.
The new cab suspension option, greatly enhances operator comfort on the two new tractors. The entirely mechanical system employs two silent block bushes to support the cab at the front, with a pair of spring-assisted shock absorbers mounted on the two rear corners.
By: May Norris