New Holland T 7.225 value

HAM135

Member
Arable Farmer
Change of direction means I have too many tractors,looking at selling the NH.
What would my NH 7.225 be worth?
Blue power
1020hrs
2019
Auto command
650/75r38 & 600/65r28 trelleborg done less than 500hrs on these as been on rowcrops
50k,air brakes,front links & PTO,hyd top link,deluxe seat,climate control,led lights, don't think there is much more you can put on it
Platinum warranty until 3000hrs/2024 with £0 contribution.
Currently fitted with full rtk guidance also
 

HAM135

Member
Arable Farmer
Got her washed up today and back on her own wheels.
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WillB

Member
Location
Shropshire
l would say 80k-85k for private sale

I think that's a little light. The GPS is 8-9k, it is on the best tyres and it is fully specced. Looked at a 225 from a dealer with 2000 hours with a dealer at £90k but with GPS to add on top. I would be c.£100k, particularly as it has the warranty, so less important that it is not from a main dealer.

If only this had been available 6 months ago...:love:
 

nelson

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
herefordshire
i
I think that's a little light. The GPS is 8-9k, it is on the best tyres and it is fully specced. Looked at a 225 from a dealer with 2000 hours with a dealer at £90k but with GPS to add on top. I would be c.£100k, particularly as it has the warranty, so less important that it is not from a main dealer.

If only this had been available 6 months ago...:love:
its three years old but had forgot about the gps
 

WillB

Member
Location
Shropshire
ernest doe have 2 t7.225 up for sale both are 96k 2021 models only 1is a blue power so given that should be looking for £85 to £ 87.5k
I suspect that this is higher spec than those add 9k gps + a couple of k for the 650/75r38 (v r42s), less 1000hrs. = I would want a little more, particularly as I am still waiting for the new GPS for a 2021 tractor and this is available now.
 

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