Sonalika unveils largest range of advanced 'Tiger' tractors

The new tractor series aims address the diverse needs of farmers across the country.

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Sonalika unveils largest range of advanced 'Tiger' tractors

Sonalika Tractors, a leading tractor export brand, has launched its most extensive range of 10 'Tiger' advanced heavy-duty tractors in the 40 – 75 HP segment. 

This latest lineup represents Sonalika's commitment to delivering powerful yet fuel-efficient engines to Indian farmers, designed to enhance productivity and efficiency. The new 'Tiger' tractors, designed in Europe, boast 5 new engine options, including industry-leading CRDS & HDM+ engines, along with a wide range of multi-speed transmissions and advanced 5G hydraulics. 

With over 140+ auto settings, these tractors offer unparalleled flexibility and performance for farmers, ensuring optimal fuel efficiency and productivity across various farm operations. The newly launched range includes 6 tractors equipped with heavy-duty mileage (HDM+) engines, optimised for increased power, torque, and fuel efficiency. 

Additionally, Sonalika introduces 4 tractors featuring the industry's largest 4-cylinder 4,712 cc engine with CRDS technology, offering multiple modes to maximise productivity while being environmentally friendly. 

Dr. Amrit Sagar Mittal, Vice Chairman of International Tractors Limited, emphasised, “Our new range promises Indian farmers a ‘zero compromise tractor range’, addressing their diverse needs without compromising on essential features.” 

Raman Mittal, Joint Managing Director of International Tractors Limited, highlighted the company's commitment to incorporating international technology while customising solutions to suit Indian farmer requirements. He added, "We have fully customised the new series with powerful yet fuel-efficient engines, optimised multi-speed transmissions, and intelligent 5G hydraulics to redefine power, performance, and mileage."

The new tractor series aims to address the diverse needs of farmers across the country.

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