Tractors and Farm Equipment Limited (TAFE) from India, manufacturers of Massey Ferguson tractors, launched its new Dynatrack Series. TAFE’s engineering expertise of over 60 years, its knowledge and understanding of Indian agriculture, has helped create a no-compromise premium range of tractors for both agriculture and haulage.
The new Dynatrack series is designed to deliver greater productivity while ensuring good mileage, durability and comfort. The Dynatrack’s DynaLIFT® hydraulics system is offering increased lift capacity, productivity and speed, that lasts a lifetime.
The world’s first tractor with VersaTECH™ technology, Dynatrack provides an extendable wheelbase, which makes it ideally suitable for agricultural, haulage and commercial applications for around-the-year usage. It offers maximum ground clearance, making it suitable for all-terrain operations including puddling and easy crossing of bunds. Its longer wheelbase and the stylish heavy-duty front bumper add to the overall look of the tractor and provides more stability, while handling heavy-duty equipment like loaders and dozers with ease.
The ‘Biggest All Rounder Tractor’ (Sabse Bada All Rounder) is powered by the proven Simpson engine. With DynaTRANS™ transmission, comes the Dual Diaphragm clutch, 24 Speed ComfiMesh® gearbox with Super Shuttle™ technology that provides better operator comfort, better ergonomics and the freedom to select the right speed for every application on the go.
The popular 4-in-1 Quadra PTO™ of the Dynatrack series maximizes the versatility of the tractor for use throughout the year for all stationary and dynamic applications, making it more profitable.
Launching the Dynatrack series, Mallika Srinivasan, CMD – TAFE, said, “The Dynatrack Series from TAFE sets new benchmarks in the tractor industry by offering utility and versatility, comfort and safety, productivity and efficiency, to meet the ever-evolving needs and aspirations of modern-day farmers and rural entrepreneurs, empowering them with superior technology and advantages that enrich their lives and livelihood.”