Case IH upgrades Magnum

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The higher horsepower in MY25 Magnums, ranging from 265 to 405 models, helps operators efficiently complete tasks by handling larger implements, while also improving accuracy through automated speed and steering control.

“We continue to build upon the Magnum’s roots as a trusted tractor on the operation,” says Morgen Dietrich, tractor segment lead at Case IH. “The next generation of Magnums bundles integrated technology within the tractors to eliminate the hassle of purchasing individual tech components.”

The new Magnum 355 model will come standard with the 21-speed PowerDrive transmission, which builds toward future autonomy capabilities with brake to clutch functionality.

Entry level telematics from Case IH deliver benefits to an operation through tracking and remotely monitoring machines without technology built in and other vehicles within a fleet. Available as an aftermarket kit, growers will receive a five-year subscription to AFS Connect. Additionally, growers can add the Pro 1200 Guidance kit to enable guidance, agronomic and telematics data transfers from older tractors through AFS Connect. This allows operators to have the same display user experience as other machines in their fleet, simplifying the training and management of operators.

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