Introducing the new Challenger MT700 Series. This next-generation track tractor offers first-class technology, unsurpassed ride comfort and exceptional power-to-the-ground efficiency.
If you can’t see the new Challenger MT700 Series in person, check it out via video. Charles Schraeder, product marketing specialist at AGCO, offers a virtual walk-around, describing what makes this series of track tractors the perfect choice for the results-oriented farm.
Here are a few of the features highlighted in the video:
Together, the MT700 Series’ AGCO Power 9.8L diesel engines and Challenger Accu-VT continuously variable transmission team up to produce exceptionally efficient “high-torque, low-speed” operation. Such an innovation allows these tractors to run in the maximum torque range, while delivering low fuel consumption to help increase productivity and reduce costs.
Also, the MT700 Series has been engineered for maximum operator comfort. The MaxxRide integrated comfort system consists of oscillating midwheels, hardbar suspension and cab suspension, so operators experience great ride quality without sacrificing the in-field benefits of power, control and traction.
In the cab, you’ll find AGCO’s latest design complete with the 10.-4 inch Accu-Terminal monitor. In addition, the Advantage armrest, Advantage joystick, PTO controls and conveniently color-coded keypad are all within easy reach of the operator’s fingertips, decreasing operator distractions and fatigue. The cab also features three seat options, from basic to leather with integrated climate controls and ventilation.
When the sun goes down, no problem. High visibility LED lighting, in the front and rear, makes night work with wide implements easier and safer. And of course, this tractor has brains as well as brawn—data can be sent and received via Task Dock and Task Dock Pro.
If you haven’t climbed up in the cab of the new Challenger MT700 Series, here’s the next best thing. AGCO’s walkaround virtual tour takes you for an up close and personal look at the next generation of Massey Ferguson tractors.
Watch the Walkaround video below: