Mahindra Tractors, part of Mahindra’s Farm Equipment Sector has unveiled six new tractor models under the recently launched Yuvo Tech+ brand. The Yuvo Tech+ has been designed and developed at Mahindra’s Research Valley (MRV) in Chennai and are powered by the company’s new m-ZIP 3-cylinder and ELS 4-cylinder engine.
The six new models that were launched in the 37 – 50 HP (27.6 – 36.7 kW) power band come with key features such as 4-wheel drive, Dual Clutch, SLIPTO, Auxiliary Valve and 2-speed PTO which making it suitable for more than 30 agri applications, the company said in a press release. While the 275 Yuvo Tech+, 405 Yuvo Tech+ & 415 Yuvo Tech+ come with the 3-cylinder m-ZIP engine, the 475 Yuvo Tech+, 575 Yuvo Tech+ & 585 Yuvo Tech+ come with the 4 Cylinder ELS engine.
The Yuvo Tech + range comes with 12F (forward) + 3R (reverse) transmission technology, with Dual Clutch and 4WD, with a 3-speed option (H-M-L) for optimal performance based on different soil types and agri applications. With high precision control valves, and best-in-class lift capacity of up to 1700 kg, the new range can handle heavy implements with ease & precision. The SLIPTO feature enables ease of operations for implements like balers. The new offerings are backed by the company’s six year warranty.
Hemant Sikka, President – Farm Equipment Sector, M&M said, “The Yuvo Tech+ delivers on its brand promise of Technology Mein No.1, Har Kam Mein No. 1 resonating well with Mahindra Farm Equipment Sector’s purpose of Transform Farming and Enriching lives. With the farmer embracing newer technologies to drive speed and efficiency, the Yuvo Tech+, is the most advanced and versatile tractor offering in its segment and is developed to deliver a winning formula of productivity, comfort and savings for better earnings for the Indian farmer. With this launch, we are confident that these products from the Yuvo Tech+ series will further cement our leadership position in the tractor market.”
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