Friday, 21 June 2024 10:55

More choice with new distribution deal

Written by  Mark Daniel
The agreement will see a wider range of Argobuilt Landini tractors available at dealers. The agreement will see a wider range of Argobuilt Landini tractors available at dealers.

Having taken over from the previous distributor, who represented the brand for two decades, Landini New Zealand marks the beginning of a new distribution deal with Norwood, with a first look at Fieldays.

The agreement will see a wider range of Argobuilt Landini tractors available through a retail network that includes Norwood dealerships and several independent dealers to provide nationwide coverage for sales and after-sales support.

“We are excited to be distributing tractors that have previously not been available in the New Zealand market,” says Andrew Dunlop, product lead – Argo.

“The extended range includes five high horsepower Series tractors in 12 models, six specialty tractors with 20 models, and seven hard working utility tractors in 22 models.”

Series 6 RS is a cabinonly, three model series from 113hp to 136hp, utilising a 4-cylinder, 4.5- litre, Stage 5 FPT engine, mated to a Robo Shift and Smart APS (Auto Power Shift) transmission.

Series 7 SWB Dynamic offers four models: two 4-cylinder models and two 6-cylinders models, with the option of the Robo Six/ Smart APS or V-Shift CVT transmissions, ranging from 165 to 175hp. The Series 7 RS Active/ Dynamic T3 has three models from 151hp to 215hp, fitted with a larger frame, 6-cylinder, 6.7l, Tier 3 FPT engine and electronic power boost when using the PTO for transport and hydraulic operations. The Active transmission is 40km/h only, the Dynamic is 40-50 km/h, both fitted Robo Six/ Smart APS.

The Series 7 VS Dynamic T3/Stage 5 is the larger framed V-Shift / CVT transmission Series 7, available in two models, a Tier 3 and or Stage 5, both with 6-cylinder, 6.7l engines ranging from 215hp to 230hp.

Series 8 VS Dynamic T2/Stage 5 is available in two models, the Stage 5 at 250hp and the Tier 2 at 292hp, both using a 6-cylinder, 6.7l FPT engine with VS and a choice of 40km/h or 50km/h CVT transmission, with front hitch and dynamic PTO as standard.

The Landini utility range is designed for general farm work, so are particularly suited to livestock farms. The Series 2 is the standard version of the Specialty GE, available in 48hp to 55hp, with ROPS and Cab layouts and a loader option.

Series 4 Stage 5 is a new release, offering a fully featured small tractor, in three models, from 61hp to 75hp, in ROPS or Cab configurations, available as factory loader ready or with the full kit option. The Super is a robust farm tractor in four models from 82hp to 111hp, available in ROPS, Cab, and High Clearance versions.

Powerfarm II offers a higher spec cab-only tractor in three models from 93hp to 110hp, loader ready with a full kit and featuring an upgraded three-step transmission with Power Shuttle.

Series 5 Stage 5 is also a high-spec tractor in four models from 75hp to 112hp, available in both ROPS and Cab versions, with either Active or Dynamic transmission.

The Landforce series, said to be suited to livestock farmers, is available at 112hp or 120hp, in both ROPS and Cab version with full loader options. The Landpower is available in four models from 117hp to 157hp in ROPS and Cab versions with a full loader kit.

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