T9 – Tier 4A

Max EPM 390 to 669 hp

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  • YOU'LL BE HARD PRESSED TO FIND THIS MANY HORSES SO WELL TRAINED

    At New Holland we have put all our tractor building experience into making the T9 tractor series more comfortable and even easier to drive. We have not neglected your core demands either. High capacity axles, advanced transmission control and ultra-efficient power units are housed in a chassis size to match your business needs. Just take a look at what T9 series tractors have to offer.
  • MORE POWER AND PRODUCTIVITY

    T9 tractors boast New Holland’s cutting-edge ECOBlue™ SCR technology for Tier 4A compliance. This means that the Cursor 9 and 13 powerplants benefit from exceptional breathability for a significant performance advantage. Massive power growth delivers a peak power up to 10% higher than the rated power, easing the T9 through the toughest work.
  • ABSOLUTE DRIVING PLEASURE

    New Holland put the operator right at the heart of the tractor. Easy to use controls are matched to brilliant all-round visibility. Four-point cab suspension is available for the smoothest ride.
  • MAXIMUM VERSATILITY

    New Holland have brought high horsepower tractors down to size by using a narrow (36 inch) standard frame on models up to 557hp(CV). This narrow frame in conjunction with larger diameter tyres make the new T9 ready for anything.
  • LOWER OPERATING COSTS

    Operating costs for the new, Tier 4A compliant T9 tractors, have been reduced thanks to cutting-edge ECOBlue™ SCR technology. The optimised fuel injection process delivers more power with less fuel. At 600 hours, the engine service intervals reduce cost further.
  • EXACTLY WHAT IT SAYS ON THE BONNET

    T9 tractors offer improved performance thanks to the Tier 4A ECOBlue™ SCR advantage, and these productivity enhancing characteristics are immediately obvious to all users. How? Quite simply, it is on the bonnet. The first two digits ‘T9’ refer to the tractor’s category and the following three, for example ‘560’, refer to the maximum Engine Power Management horsepower. On most T9 engines this EPM figure also corresponds to the peak power, the power available for any application.