New Holland Agriculture has upgraded its telehandler offering, introducing new naming and livery. The bright yellow of the new livery fully integrates the telehandler range into New Holland’s harvesting family, benefiting from its well-known expertise in the sector, while the new dark grey colour of the lower part of the machine confers a sense of solidity and strength. The cab interior has been refreshed with a new look for the seat. New Holland will offer the top of the range TH7.42 Elite to the New Zealand market.
“The new and improved TH Series offers solutions tailored to the business and operational requirements of different farming and civil operations, ranging from medium to large scale livestock farmers, agricultural and cartage contractors, as well as civil and construction operations,” says Rod Gardner, Brand Manager New Holland New Zealand.
Upgraded offering to match the specific requirements of the different farming operations
The TH7.42 Elite has been upgraded to meet the needs in these high demand operations. It features a more powerful 146 hp engine (13 hp more than the LM7.42 Elite it replaces) and additional advanced features such as hydraulic pressure release, heated air-suspension seat with integrated controls, and rear cab and boom lights maximize productivity even when dark.
New transmission with electronic modulation delivers smooth shifting
The TH7.42 Elite features a brand-new transmission with electronic modulation that ensures enhanced shifting and shuttling modulation. 6x3 powershift offers two forward/reverse shuttling modes, resulting in easier and more efficient operation and an automatic gear shifting mode for travelling.
The TH7.42 Elite also features an additional automatic gear shifting and shuttling mode, further enhancing performance in yard operations.
Improved ease of servicing
Downtime is the enemy of productivity. The TH7.42 Elite has been engineered to minimise the need for routine maintenance. Daily checks and routine care have been simplified, making it easier to look after the handler between its extended 600-hour service intervals.