New Holland adds Essential range to T7 tractor line up, offering affordable power, performance, and reliability

New Holland has expanded its T7 tractor range to meet the needs of farming and contracting businesses that want leading performance and economy in a more affordable package. The three-model T7 S Essential range is an economic alternative to a pre-owned machine in the same power class.

Fuel efficient and reliable the T7.165 S, T7.195 S and T7.215 S offer max power of 165, 190 and 210hp respectively, powered by FTP Industrial’s proven Tier4B-compliant six cylinder NEF Engine with ECOBlue HI-eSCR technology.

The T7.165 S is fitted with New Holland’s 18×6 40kph Range Command semi-powershift transmission. Ideally suited to livestock and mixed applications, with yard-friendly dimensions and maneuverability, the T7.165 S has the power to drive high-capacity mixer wagons, as well as the versatility for duties including mowing, baling, loading, clamp building and transport. Available loader-ready, with a wheelbase of 2,734mm, the T7.165 S comes fitted with New Holland’s high-specification Horizon cab in high or low roof specifications.

Set on a longer wheelbase of 2,884mm, the T7.195 S and T7.215 S models are designed for more intensive use, featuring New Holland’s18x6 40kph Power Command full-powershift transmission. Both models offer rugged dependability and are ideally suited to multi-operator applications, and in hire or contract fleets. Fitted with the high roof Horizon cab, the T7.195 S and T7.215 S offer exceptional levels of performance, comfort and value.

While the Essential range offers greater affordability, it doesn’t compromise on choice. For loader work the T7.165 S comes with massive hydraulic flow, electronic loader joystick, automatic four-wheel drive, and the option of award winning CustomSteer™, to deliver excellent loader cycle times and reduced steering wheel rotations for optimal maneuverability with less operator input.

Where more intensive fieldwork is required, both the Range Command transmission on the T7.165 S and the Power Command transmission on the more powerful T7.195 S and T7.215 S can be specified with creep speeds. Full IntelliSteer™ RTK guidance offering accuracy down to 1.5cm and a comprehensive telematics package is available on all T7 S models. The long-wheelbase T7.195 S and T.215 S deliver rear linkage lift capacity of up to 10,463kg with optional 110mm rear lift rams, and maximum power outputs of 190hp and 210hp respectively, making heavy cultivation duties a breeze.

 

T7 Essential T7 Standard Range T7 Heavy Duty Max. hp

(* with EPM)

Rated Power hp 
T7.165 S 165 (No EPM) 150
  T7.175 175* 140
  T7.190 190* 150
T7.195 S 190 (No EPM) 175
  T7.210 210* 165
T7.215 S 210 (No EPM) 190
  T7.225 225* 180
  T7.230 225* 180
  T7.245 245* 200
  T7.260 260* 220
  T7.270 270* 240
  T7.275 273 (No EPM) 250
  T7.290 290 (No EPM) 270
  T7.315 313 (No EPm) 300

The Horizon cab, used across the T7 range, has operator safety and comfort at its heart. Low noise (69dB(A)), excellent visibility and ergonomically arranged controls come as standard. Standard 8 halogen lights provide good visibility at night or in barns, with the option to upgrade to an 8 or 12 LED light pack.

Comfort is not compromised in the Essential range, with a choice of two seats: Standard and Comfort, with the latter offering automatic weight adjustment and swiveling backrest extension to aid operators who need more maneuverability in the cab. If frequent working over rough terrain is expected T7 S models can be fitted with New Holland’s proven Comfort Ride™ cab suspension system, or upgraded to its latest Terraglide™ front axle suspension, which offers improved road-transport performance. If high levels of maneuverability are required T7 S models can be specified with SuperSteer™, increasing the steering angle from a standard 55 degrees to class-leading 65.

T7 S models are available to order from New Holland dealers in the UK and Ireland.

 

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John Swire - Deputy editor of Agronomist and Arable Farmer as well as responsibility for the Agronomist and Arable Farmer and Farm Business websites. After 17 years milking cows on the family farm John started writing about agriculture in 1998 and has since written for a variety of publications and has developed a wide circle of contacts within the industry. When not working John is a season ticket holder at Stoke City and also of late has become a fitness freak, listing cycling, swimming and walking as his exercises of choice.