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Massey Ferguson launches new MF 5410 tractor

Massey Ferguson MF 5410Massey Ferguson’s new 75hp, MF 5410, is being introduced at the Polagri-Premiery Fair, Poznań, Poland on 16th February

The loader tractor brings all the features and benefits of the larger MF 5400 Series to a new power sector.

“The MF 5400 Series has already gained an enviable reputation for being the best loader tractor on the market,” said Campbell Scott, Massey Ferguson’s Brand Development Manager and Director of Sales Engineering. “Now, at 75hp, the new MF 5410 is an important and exciting addition that offers the technology to users further down the power bracket. This highly competitive model – right in the middle of the popular 70hp to 80hp sector – offers users the Dyna-4 transmission, with unique Power Control lever, exceptional visibility from the standard sloping bonnet and host of other features that are simply not available on other tractors.”

The new MF 5410 joins four new models, from 82hp to 107hp (max power) launched at the Paris SIMA Show in early 2011, which merge well-proven features from the best-selling MF 5400 Series with new designs developed specifically for this power bracket.

“The MF 5400 Series has set the benchmark as the best mixed loader, livestock and mixed farming sector tractors,” said Scott. “The new models build on this success by offering an unbeatable combination of manoeuvrability, stability and visibility linked to lively, agile performance and productivity in the yard and field as well as on the road.”

MF 5410 features:

Latest Perkins 4.4 litre, four cylinder engine with mechanical injection

Optimised Dyna-4, 16F/16R transmission with Power Control Lever

Standard with sloping bonnet and Low Profile cab. Cab suspension and Visio roof options

Single integrated sub-frame for mounting a loader and front linkage at the same time

Standard Electronic Linkage Control offers optimum control and accuracy.

Cab suspension available on standard cab, unique in sector

The MF 5410 is powered by a Perkins 4.4 litre, four cylinder 110D-44T engine. Similar to that fitted to the 82hp MF 5420, launched in spring 2011, this mechanical injection engine is renowned for its reliability and economy.

The modern design offers a lively response and develops maximum power at 2,000 rpm, which reduces fuel consumption while also cutting noise and wear. The punchy engine develops its impressive maximum torque of 310Nm, at just 1,400rpm allowing it to pull through tough spots and respond quickly without the need to change gears. It is an ideal match for the Dyna-4 transmission.

A high visibility bonnet is fitted as standard. This one-piece unit pivots open for easy access for service and offers an unrivalled view forward and to the sides, without compromising cooling capacity.

The standard Dyna-4 transmission combines ease of use with a range features and benefits usually available only on larger tractors. The highly efficient gearbox provides 16 forward and 16 reverse gears with completely clutchless operation after starting up.

The renowned Power Control lever, mounted on the left-hand side of the steering wheel, operates three functions, which make the tractor ideal for loader work. This is used to shuttle between forward and reverse, change speeds and select neutral – all without using the clutch.

MF 5410 customers can select the type of cab to exactly meet their needs for access into low buildings as well as comfort. All cabs are equipped to a high specification with tinted glass, opening side and rear windows, a heater and the option of air conditioning as well as a radio/CD player. There is an unimpaired forward view thanks to the side-mounted exhaust.

In addition, the Low Profile cab can be specified with either a Slimline roof (2.5 m overall height with 76 cm (30 inch) tyres), a Visio roof or with the standard roof. The standard cab is available with either the Visio roof or the standard roof and, unusually for this size of tractor, cab suspension for optimum comfort.

The new front axle mounting offers huge benefits to MF 5410 users. This design provides an acute turning angle for unrivalled manoeuvrability and offers the facility to also fit an integral sub-frame for mounting a loader or front linkage. This provides a strong and secure installation without impeding the turning circle.

The same specially shaped axle support is also part of the Massey Ferguson Integrated Front Linkage System (IFLS), which allows equipment to be coupled closer to the tractor, which increases stability. This system also allows both a loader and front linkage be fitted at the same time, without impeding the operation of either.

The MF 5410’s rear axle is designed specifically for this power bracket, while maintaining all the key features of the larger models. The standard Electronic Linkage Control (ELC) combines easy and intuitive operation with accurate and precise control from the well-proven system. Maximum lift capacity is 4,300kg.

The Dual Pump, open-centre hydraulics provide plenty of flow of 42 litres/min plus the additional 57 litres/min to more than match the requirements of even the most demanding modern implements.

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