The new t6 new holland

Ali_Maxxum

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Location
Chepstow, Wales
It will be the only 6 pot in the range now as opposed to the usual 3. All pocket rockets now. Should be slightly larger framed than the current T6 4 pots. Be a bit more money than a current one but that was probably inevitable.

I'm waiting for the new Maxxums to come out, don't think there'll be any demos about till mid summer so the fitters told me anyway.
 

Thomas5060

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Livestock Farmer
It will be the only 6 pot in the range now as opposed to the usual 3. All pocket rockets now. Should be slightly larger framed than the current T6 4 pots. Be a bit more money than a current one but that was probably inevitable.

I'm waiting for the new Maxxums to come out, don't think there'll be any demos about till mid summer so the fitters told me anyway.
The T6.175 is 4cyl, the T6.180 will be the only 6cyl
 

fergie35

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Location
Oxfordshire
The T6.175 is 4cyl, the T6.180 will be the only 6cyl

Pricing should be about in June time I think, looking like early winter for delivery I would say at a guess. Demo's probably about after shutdown in August, so september/october time.

T6.180 is the only 6 cylinder as @Thomas5060 says, although 4cylinders will have the same wheelbase as the 6 cyl.
 

Chae1

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Location
Aberdeenshire
Pricing should be about in June time I think, looking like early winter for delivery I would say at a guess. Demo's probably about after shutdown in August, so september/october time.

T6.180 is the only 6 cylinder as @Thomas5060 says, although 4cylinders will have the same wheelbase as the 6 cyl.
What have they changed on them apart from more painted blue and new tier engines?

Obviously the price has went up!
 
I am in a dilemma don't no whether to order last of the old t6 175 six cylinder which has had all it's problems sorted out or go for the new t6 175 4 cylinder but what problems will they have as they will be new out
 

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