New Mahindra 2500 Series is Here

By Drew Tyson May 16, 2015 11:00

New Mahindra 2500 Series is Here

Hero_2555_HSTMahindra USA introduced the significantly upgraded 2500 series tractors this spring featuring Mahindra’s exclusive mCRD technology, a uniquely designed Tier IV solution. Mahindra, the number one selling tractor brand in the world based on volume, offers a reliable and powerful tractor that will handle the bigger, tougher jobs for rural lifestylers and hobby farmers and is a perfect utility tractor for large farm operations and municipalities.

The 2555, 55 HP, is available in four configurations and is the most versatile tractor in this model series ranging from 40-65 HP. The 2500 series tractors are ideal for moving hay bales, tilling, and managing livestock and produce operations.

“We are dedicated to creating a great customer experience for Mahindra users. Customer satisfaction and loyalty are key elements in our rapid growth. We will continue to build on our accomplishments and invest in the development of products and services that will serve our customers’ needs,” said Cleo Franklin, Mahindra USA’s Vice President of Marketing and Strategic Planning.

“The simple-to-operate Mahindra 2555 is an exceptional work horse that delivers amazing power. It offers a comfortable, custom fit for the operator with features such as a fully adjustable seat with adjustable suspension, tilt steering and a flat operator’s platform with a floor mat and two-sided entry. The two-door cab version includes standard air conditioning, heat and radio for best-in-class operator comfort,” said Mac Payne, Director of Dealer and Product Development, Mahindra USA. The newly updated, Tier IV compliant 2500 series tractors get bigger jobs done faster and the mCRD engine means less noise and maintenance, lower cost and more reliability.

The 2555 model is available in four configurations with either a cab or open station option along with a choice of 12 x 12 synchronized shuttle or three range, twin-pedal, hydrostatic transmission. The 2540 (40 HP) is available in an open station with shuttle transmission and the 2565 (65 HP) is available with a cab and shuttle transmission.

Highlights of the 2500 series are:

• 9 ½ percent more built-in weight than the closest competitor, for better stability, traction and safer operation

• engine operates at a lower RPM for less noise and lower fuel consumption

• better torque due to 50-83 percent more cubic inch displacement

• wet sleeve, heavy duty, rebuildable engine like high horsepower row crop tractors

• Loader lifts 37 percent more weight, 4 percent higher with 16 percent more lift capacity

• enhanced operator comfort with and adjustable seat to fit the operator, mechanical seat suspension, two-sided entry, flat operator platform, rubber floor mat, and tilt steering wheel with power steering

• option of ag, industrial or turf tires allowing customization for use

• large selection of quality implements, including a loader capable of largest-in-class loads and the highest-in-class lift capacity, factory installed backhoe with class-leading dig force, rotary cutters, box blades, tillers and more

• two-lever bucket removal for quick and easy attachment changes

• full 2500 series details at http://mahindrausa.com/Tractors/series#747

“Mahindra’s mCRD (Mahindra Common Rail Diesel) sets the standard for Tier IV compliance with its ease of use, fuel efficiency and low maintenance,” said Omkar Nabar, Product Development, Mahindra USA. “Our turnkey solution does not require the time, cost or unexpected down time that occurs with a high-maintenance Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) engine providing Mahindra customers’ with greater reliability.”

Key Features of Mahindra’s Tier IV Compliant mCRD Technology:

• high pressure fuel injection engine greatly reducing visible engine smoke

• multiple injection points for fuel efficiency with greener emissions including a reduction in NOx and Particulate Matter (PM)

• no exhaust filter means less maintenance and no operator involvement

• reduces gas emissions by over 360 tons per year

• diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) after treatment system does not require regeneration

• high-efficiency positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) technology to capture and clean gases from the combustion chamber before releasing them into the environment

By Drew Tyson May 16, 2015 11:00
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  1. sunil May 27, 02:03

    Good to see latest new Tractor .

  2. RONBO November 25, 17:40

    THIS TRACTOR WITH A CAB HAS A HEATING PROBLEM.MY BREATH IS WARMER THAN THE HEAT THAT COMES OUT OF THE TRACTOR.NOT A GOOD THING FOR US UP NORTH WHEN THE TEMP’S DROPS BELOW FREEZING!GOOD TRACTOR FOR BELOW THE MASON/DIXON LINE.THEY ARE AWARE OF THE PROBLEM,BUT STILL SCRATCHING THEIR HEAD’S TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO REMEDY THE PROBLEM ? NEED THE ANSWER ASAP!

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