Case IH has expanded the lineup of Farmall N series tractors with two new models — the Farmall 90N and 120N — in addition to existing 80N, 100N and 110N tractors.
All five Farmall N models offer new styling and advanced displays; upgraded cab comfort and controls; and improved fuel tank capacity. Reinforcing the brand commitment to emissions reductions, these tractors are improved to now meet Tier 4 B/Final emissions. Case IH says the Farmall N series tractor is known for wide flexibility and a narrow footprint where space is at a premium, such as in orchards and vineyards.
Now consisting of five models, the newly styled Farmall N series tractor lineup has engines ranging from 74 to 119 horsepower. The new Farmall 90N tractor boasts an engine with up to 85-horsepower and 75 PTO horsepower, while the Farmall 120N tractor has an engine that reaches up to 119-horsepower and 102 PTO horsepower (at 2,200 ERPM rated engine speed). With upgraded hydraulics and increased driveline to reduce fuel consumption, Case IH the Farmall N series tractors improve producers’ uptime and efficiency so they can spend more time in the field — where it matters.
Designed to precisely and comfortably service operations where space is limited, Case IH adds the Farmall series tractors have a sturdy platform construction with an ISO-mount that reduces noise and vibration and includes fatigue-fighting features such as a tilt and telescoping steering column to make long days in the cab more comfortable.
The company says standard safety features on all non-cab tractors include an adjustable vinyl seat with an operator-presence sensor, retractable seat belt and foldable mid-mounted roll bar for safety and maneuvering among low vines and tree limbs. Servicing a Farmall N series tractor is streamlined with uptime-boosting features like the no-tool battery and radiator access, as well as the ability to check engine oil without needing to lift the hood.