New Holland Tractor Reviews
The New Holland T4.115 would be well suited for an agribusiness or municipality in need of a 100-horsepower tractor with maneuverability of a smaller machine.
If we were considering a 120 hp tractor, New Holland's TS6.120 would have to be on the short list.
New Holland's FR650 self-propelled forage cruiser is designed to produce consistent high-quality forage using the widest crop channels and cutting components of any forage harvester to date.
New Holland recently added two new heavy duty models to its lineup – the 270-horsepower T7.270 and the 315-horsepower T7.315. We had a chance to spend some time with the T7.315 at a New Holland media event.
New Holland's new Boomer 54D, with its SuperSuite Cab, CVT transmission, and Tier 4B compliance without DEF additions or a DPF, sits squarely in a class all by itself.
For homeowners to hobby farmers, New Holland Boomer 20 and 25 models are advertised as ultimate power tools. After our time testing the Boomer 25, we’ll have to agree.
New Holland’s new Boomer 40 is one sweet tractor that is sure to give you lots of hours of productive enjoyment.
What’s powerful, blue, and on a chilly fall morning, toasty warm inside? After our latest test drive, the New Holland Boomer 3045 Cab Tractor fast comes to mind.
When the New Holland T1510 rolled off the trailer we all had an interesting first impression. The design of this unit seems old, outdated, and even “boxy” we mused. The old adage of “Don’t judge a book by its cover” came to mind shortly after we started working with the 1510.
New Holland has brought back an icon in North American farming for the new millennium. Between styling and technology updates this unit is ready to do the work as well as warm some nostalgic hearts.