Case launch versatile Luxxum tractor range


The new Luxxum has been designed for mixed and arable farming operations.

“The innovations, for example, in the transmission and the front axle suspension, and compliance with the Level IV emissions standard, are just three of the many developmental steps that make the new Luxxum such a convincing product”, explained Remo Müller, the EMEA Product Marketing Manager.

This new series fields three models, with power ratings of 99, 107 and 117 hp, an automated 32 x 32 powershift transmission and a powershuttle with three levels and the engines comply with the EU’s Level IV emissions standard.

A new front axle suspension is available as an optional extra and an 80 l CCLS pump enables the hydraulics to deliver plenty of power. There is also the optional extra of a Power Beyond connection. The fuel and urea tanks can hold 150 and 14 litres and this, combined with fuel efficiency means that it can work long days without the need for a refuelling stop.

Another important point is that you can carry out all of your own maintenance work. Case claim the Luxxum is designed to make maintenance as easy as possible, which means you can spend your working time in the farmyard or out in the fields, rather than tackling maintenance work.

The frame is compact, and the tractor is manoeuvrable in confined spaces, whether working in animal sheds or around the farmyard. It is also rugged and durable and has great visibility and the one-section front windscreen and the high-view roof providing unrestricted visibility of the working area when the front loader is in operation.

After taking on board views and tips from customers worldwide the Multicontroller armrest has been further developed to suit the practical requirements of farm businesses. As a result, the individual operating elements are grouped together in a simple, and usable way.

The most powerful Luxxum model has an engine rating of slightly less than 120 hp and is aimed at farm managers who need reliable, versatile, comfortable and powerful tractors – but with more compact dimensions.

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