T7 – Tier 4A

Max EPM 171 to 269 hp


ENGINE

  • POWER. RESPECT. FOR YOU. FOR YOUR FARM. FOR THE FUTURE

    T7 tractors are powered by ECOBlue™ SCR Nef engines, which are designed and developed in-house by FPT Industrial. As part of the Clean Energy Leader® strategy, proven SCR technology uses AdBlue to transform the harmful nitrogen oxides contained in the exhaust gas into harmless water and nitrogen. This aftertreatment system is separate from the main engine which means only clean, fresh air is fed into the engine. What does this mean? Clean running power units that offer improved performance, greater reactivity and enhanced fuel efficiency.
  • MAINTAINING PERFORMANCE. ALWAYS

    Here at New Holland we’re passionate about transient response. You might think so what. But it’s your productivity guarantee. Put simply, as your Nef engine only breathes clean fresh air it can react even quicker when placed under load, following a gear change or when encountering tough soil. Significantly quicker in fact. Therefore, when you’re transporting fully laden grain trailers and you encounter a hill, you’ll be able to maintain constant forward speed with no slow down. Transient response. We’ve got it covered.
  • SAVE FUEL TO REDUCE YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT:

    Emissions released from burning diesel are a significant contributor to farms’ overall carbon footprints. ECOBlue™ SCR technology for Tier 4A compliance reduces NOx emissions and the T7 range’s fuel consumption by up to 10%, bringing about a substantial cut in you farm’s carbon emissions. Visit www.carbonid.newholland.com to find out just how much carbon you could save!
  • ENGINE POWER MANAGEMENT

    Engine Power Management is a renowned New Holland tractor feature. In short, the engine develops more power and torque according to the load on the transmission, hydraulics and PTO. On a T7.220 tractor, EPM will deliver up to 51hp(CV) extra, but only when it is needed, to maintain performance.
  • POWERED BY FPT INDUSTRIAL

    New Holland are not going it alone when it comes to Tier 4 technology, they can draw on the experience of their in-house engine development specialist: FPT Industrial.
    Pioneers: Fiat invented Common Rail technology in the 1980s and brought it to the masses in 1997 on the Alfa Romeo 156. They were the very first to introduce it on agricultural machines on the TS-A tractor. Pioneering. Always.
    Cleaner: Fiat SpA for the last five consecutive years has the lowest average CO2 emissions of any automotive manufacturer in Europe. Cleaner. Everywhere.
    Proven: FPT Industrial has pioneered SCR technology since 1995 and has already produced over 350,000 SCR engines during the last six years for the agricultural, construction and haulage industries. Reliability. Confirmed.