Based on the Yuvo tractor platform the new Yuvo Tech+ is powered by Mahindra’s new mZIP 3-cylinder engine which is said to offer highest torque and best-in-class delivery of power and fuel-efficiency in the category.
Mahindra & Mahindra’s Farm Equipment Sector has launched the Yuvo Tech+ advanced tractor range. It is available in three models: Yuvo Tech+ 275 (27.6 kW-37 HP), Yuvo Tech+ 405 (29.1kW 39 HP) & Yuvo Tech+ 415 (31.33 kW-42 HP).
Based on the Yuvo tractor platform, the new Yuvo Tech+ is powered by Mahindra’s new mZIP three-cylinder engine, claimed to offer highest torque and best-in-class delivery of power and fuel efficiency in the category.
The Yuvo Tech+ range comes with 12F (forward) + 3R (reverse) transmission technology, with a 3-speed range option (H-M-L) to help select speeds based on soil type and agri applications. The tractor range boasts of best-in-class lift capacity of up to 1,700ks.
The Mahindra Yuvo, which was first launched in the (26-37.3 kW) 35-50hp range five years ago, has been designed and developed at Mahindra’s Research Valley in Chennai. The range is based on over 150,000 hours of extensive testing in more than 30 applications and terrains across the world and is the most successful product in Mahindra’s stable with over 125,000 customers.
The new tractor range will be initially launched in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Jharkhand, and Gujarat. This will be followed by new launches from the same platform across markets in subsequent months.
Hemant Sikka, president – Farm Equipment Sector, M&M said, “The new advanced mZip engine technology, transmission and hydraulics technology of Yuvo Tech+ makes it the most advanced tractor in its segment. It aims to deliver the best in productivity, comforts, savings and earnings to Indian farmers.”
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