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PowerStar™ T4 Series Tractors Designed By Farmers, For Farmers 

New Holland, PA (February 04, 2011) - Pre-production models of New Holland's completely new PowerStar™ T4 Series utility tractors will be on public display at the World Ag Expo in Tulare, California, and the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Kentucky. Set to redefine comfort and performance in utility tractors, PowerStar tractors will be available in both cab and ROPS versions. The entire three-model line (75 hp - 100 hp) will provide outstanding maneuverability, unparalleled comfort and excellent fuel efficiency for part-time farmers as well as livestock, dairy and other operators who are looking for a highly versatile tractor.

Industry-leading operator environment
"PowerStar tractors were designed with performance and comfort levels never before seen in a utility tractor," says Brad Moore, North American Mid-Range Tractor Segment Leader. "After extensive consultation with current utility tractor owners, we totally redesigned the cab around the operator using advanced virtual reality techniques to ensure that the controls conform to operators of all sizes."

Fully integrated loader
PowerStar T4 Series tractors will offer industry-leading levels of visibility for loader work. The transparent, fully opening roof hatch guarantees perfect loader visibility throughout the entire operating range, even at maximum height. The cab's large glazed areas offer an unobstructed view of front-, rear- and mid-mounted equipment.

The fully integrated front loader was designed specifically for this tractor. The New Holland loader features a curved boom that facilitates ease of operation. Low mounting points provide maximum forward and downward visibility, with or without the loader. Loader operation and productivity has been improved with the addition of an integrated joystick.

PowerStar T4 Series tractors are expected to be available at New Holland dealerships later this year.




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