New U series tractors

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Mar 19, 2005
4000\' mountains of Southern California
Mahindra 7520, Mahindra 3215HST, Case 580 extendahoe, Case 310 dozer, Parsons trencher, Cat D6,
Has anybody seen any of these yet? Website shows them, but no prices and no FEL. :( Looks like they are a more deluxe tractor than the R series. :cool: Do any of you dealers know anything about these yet?
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Have you look at a New Holland lately. They look similar. I have heard that they are eventually replacing similar size tractors with this style. Along with a higher price.
   / New U series tractors
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So, apparently these tractors are new enough that none of our dealers know anything about them. :(
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My dealer just got one in. I think it was a U4384 cab tractor. He has been putting off getting one becuase of the price increase and he just doesn't care for the style. I haven't talked to him about it yet but I kind of like it. It has a flat floor instead of the slight hump in the middle and the cab itself sits up about 3 inches higher. I kind of like that. Most of your controls have been moved from under you foot to a right hand console. And I want to say that it came with a CD player from when I was looking through the window of the cab the other day.

Overall It is a nice unit, but I will keep my 4340C.
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Flat floors are nice, that is what my Mahindra has. The ergonomics of the U series are my main interests. The control location for the rear remotes on the R series are not in a comfortable location for me and I use the remotes a lot. I have also been hoping that the loaders would be a bit different and not have the mount that wraps around the front of the tractor. Anyway, sounds like maybe they will start showing up by the end of the year.:)

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I have seen the new U Series tractor next to the old model and the ergonomics of the U Series are much more favorable; however, both suit my size and needs just fine. I'm 6'3 230lbs and the Big Sky cab gives me plenty of room.

The R Series is a compact line so it can't really be compared to the U Series which is a utility tractor.