Three New Opportunities to Save $500 Per Unit
Case IH recently unveiled three new tractor lines, each eligible for a $500 per unit Farm Bureau member incentive. New Maxxum® and Farmall® 100A series tractors, as well as Farmall C series tractors with a new low-profile orchard cab option, offer new features designed to meet customer needs.
Five new Maxxum models use Efficient Power Tier 4 B/Final Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR)-only emissions technology to meet current EPA requirements with less complexity and fewer components than other emission systems used in the industry. The updated Maxxum line features new Case IH styling and enhancements that make them both efficient and versatile.
New Farmall 100A series tractors join the Case IH Efficient Power line up, using the same patented SCR-only emissions technology. The 110A, 120A, 130A and 140A deliver added power and improved fuel efficiency. They also feature faster throttle response, improved cold weather starting and quieter operation. A new cab design emphasizes comfort and convenience for the operator.
Case IH Farmall C Orchard Cab tractors are designed to handle the unique terrain of orchards without sacrificing any produce. The low-profile cabs give operators a 360-degree view with windows recessed into the cab and a spacious design that is unmatched in the industry.
Wisconsin Farm Bureau members save either $300 or $500 per unit on all Case IH Maxxum and Farmall tractors, Case IH hay and forage equipment and Case IH Scout® utility vehicles depending on the model with a Farm Bureau discount certificate. To learn more, visit your local dealer.
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