New Holland launches indigenously produced 100+HP TREM-IV tractor
New Holland launches indigenously produced 100+HP TREM-IV tractor
Equipment

New Holland launches indigenously produced 100+HP TREM-IV tractor

New Holland, a brand of CNH, today unveiled the first-ever Made-in-India 100+HP TREM-IV tractor in the country. The launch of WORKMASTER 105 marks a new milestone for the company and the Indian tractor industry.

The WORKMASTER 105 with TREM-IV compliant engine brings world-class technology, quality and performance to the Indian customers seeking nothing but the best. New Holland has sold over 15,000 units of the WORKMASTER family to the extremely competitive and quality conscious markets like North America.

"The WORKMASTER 105 sets a new benchmark when it comes to high horsepower tractors in India," said Narinder Mittal, Country Manager & Managing Director, CNH India & SAARC. "This machine has proven its mettle in highly demanding markets like USA and has been a testimony to our commitment to offer cutting-edge products. New Holland is renowned throughout the world for its higher horsepower tractors. We believe the timing is now right to introduce this advanced technology to the discerning Indian customers and are proud to launch the first made-in -India TREM-IV tractor in the 100+HP category."

The WORKMASTER 105 comes with an advanced FPT Engine delivering 106 hp and some standout features such as 3,500 kg lift capacity, electro-hydraulic 4WD engagement, and an air-suspended seat with adjustable backrest, etc. The machine is designed to deliver unmatched performance, operator comfort, and safety.

Launched at an introductory price of Rs. 29.5 Lakhs (Ex-showroom, All India), the WORKMASTER 105 is a perfect fit for farmers with large landholdings operating advanced equipment such as balers, forage harvesters, etc., and need a tractor that can work for long hours delivering a high level of productivity.

The WORKMASTER 105 will be available across New Holland exclusive dealerships in India starting today.

New Holland, a brand of CNH, today unveiled the first-ever Made-in-India 100+HP TREM-IV tractor in the country. The launch of WORKMASTER 105 marks a new milestone for the company and the Indian tractor industry. The WORKMASTER 105 with TREM-IV compliant engine brings world-class technology, quality and performance to the Indian customers seeking nothing but the best. New Holland has sold over 15,000 units of the WORKMASTER family to the extremely competitive and quality conscious markets like North America. The WORKMASTER 105 sets a new benchmark when it comes to high horsepower tractors in India, said Narinder Mittal, Country Manager & Managing Director, CNH India & SAARC. This machine has proven its mettle in highly demanding markets like USA and has been a testimony to our commitment to offer cutting-edge products. New Holland is renowned throughout the world for its higher horsepower tractors. We believe the timing is now right to introduce this advanced technology to the discerning Indian customers and are proud to launch the first made-in -India TREM-IV tractor in the 100+HP category. The WORKMASTER 105 comes with an advanced FPT Engine delivering 106 hp and some standout features such as 3,500 kg lift capacity, electro-hydraulic 4WD engagement, and an air-suspended seat with adjustable backrest, etc. The machine is designed to deliver unmatched performance, operator comfort, and safety. Launched at an introductory price of Rs. 29.5 Lakhs (Ex-showroom, All India), the WORKMASTER 105 is a perfect fit for farmers with large landholdings operating advanced equipment such as balers, forage harvesters, etc., and need a tractor that can work for long hours delivering a high level of productivity. The WORKMASTER 105 will be available across New Holland exclusive dealerships in India starting today.

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