Smaller New Holland CR10

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The new flagship New Holland CR11 combine harvester, previewed at Agritechnica 2023, has been joined by a CR10 companion model.  With the same technical features, it is a smaller version of New Holland’s new “Next Generation” design combine harvesters.

Both harvesters are built at New Holland’s combine harvester plant in Zedelgem, Belgium. The primary difference between the two models is in power and grain tank size, to ensure the new combines match the needs of a broad range of large farm enterprises. The CR11 features a 20,000-litre grain tank and a 15.9-litre FPT Cursor 16 engine producing 775hp. The CR10 engine is a 12.9-litre FPT Cursor 13 generating 635hp, while its grain tank holds 16,000 liters. Beyond additional power and grain capacity, the key features that take these combines into a new league in terms of output, sample quality and loss minimization, include longer twin rotors and the new Twin-Clean cleaning system.

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