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Massey Ferguson is honoured to receive a Tractor of the Year 2015 finalist Award at the EIMA Show in Bologna, for its powerful MF 8737.
“Massey Ferguson is always proud when our tractors are nominated by members of the jury, which is made up of experts from leading magazines across Europe,” says Campbell Scott, Director Sales Engineering & Brand Development.
“We are, however, not surprised that the MF 8737 was nominated for Tractor of the Year, because its predecessor the MF 8690, took the title in 2009. This was the first agricultural tractor to employ efficient, maintenance-free selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology to control exhaust emissions.
“The MF 8737 builds on these very strong foundations, combining well-proven quality with new features to provide even better performance and productivity with outstanding fuel economy.”
The MF 8700 Series tractors are available in two levels of specification – Efficient or Exclusive – to suit users’ businesses, budget and workload.
The mighty 400hp MF 8737 – Massey Ferguson’s most powerful tractor ever – has stormed into the final of this year’s Tractor of the Year competition.
Packed with an impressive array of features which deliver real benefits to the farmer, the MF 8737 scored well in the preliminary rounds. It’s now set to put up an equally spirited performance as the International Jury make their final decisions in the run-up to EIMA Bologna (November) where the top prize will be awarded.
“Our goal is to win,” claimed Campbell Scott, Massey Ferguson Director Sales Engineering and Brand Development. “This is the strongest of performers and will match anything else out there in this power class. We are now eager to get the machine onto the field and kick-off with the test-drive stage.”