Case/New Holland Tractors?

MX7

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Location
cotswolds
Apart from the colour are they the same tractors?
I ask as my wife is about to get involved with getting quotes from Case and New Holland dealers for a new 200hp tractor from both dealers.
 

Ben B

Member
Mixed Farmer
Outside of cabs and even then there is a lot of cross over if you know what to look for it. I think the screens are the same program layout as well least in the older ones they are? What models are you looking at because New Holland has a funky way of branding its models ie a New Holland t7 210/ is the same tractor as a 165 puma Case. Just a thought because I see people complaining about the New Hollands power without knowing that there way smaller than what is written on the bottent.
 
Went through this earlier this year. Priced up a t7.210 and a puma 165 a couple of specs the classic and the sidewinder in both. Not alot in it at all price wise but at the time case had better terms and better warranty than new holland. And the cabs are pretty much of a muchness in terms of layout apart from the case a pillar display leaving a good cooling box in the summer where new hollands dash would be.
All I can say is go with an open mind if your used to one colour living with the other isn't a big shock or hardship!
 

Drillman

Member
Mixed Farmer
We had both on farm at the same time

now back to all blue as I prefer the sidewinder layout to the rather cramped multicontroller in the red version


only really the colour of the paint and cab interior differences between them under the tin work there identical.

blue dealer quote happily worked on the red version for us and parts on the shelf fitted as well.
 

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