The New Holland Agriculture site features details on the new T2300 Series boomer compact tractor.
New Holland’s new T2300 Series Boomer compact tractors feature the power, maneuverability and operating ease needed to make quick work of tough jobs. Ideal for homeowners, landscapers, farmers, golf courses and municipalities alike, these 40-50 hp compact tractors provide big-tractor reliability in a compact package.
An effortless hydrostatic transmission allows the operator to adjust speed and change from forward to reverse with dual foot pedals, without the need to clutch to change speeds. Hydrostatic transmission is available on T2310 and T2320 models.
Great for loader work, the 12×12 Synchronized Shuttle Shift (SSS) manual gear transmission provides a broad range of speed choices. This transmission is available on all models.
SuperSuite cab comfort
The SuperSuite cab, available on the T2310 and the T2320 models, protects the operator from the elements and provides a comfortable work environment. With 60 cu. ft. of interior space, the SuperSuite cab provides a roomy work area. Large, tall windows provide all-direction visibility, and a high-visibility roof panel allows the operator to watch the loader through its full range of operation.
SuperSuite cabs have deluxe amenities which are standard equipment, including the high-visibility roof panel, heat and air conditioning, dual external mirrors, and front and rear cab-mounted work lights.
Tight turning turf protection
A Boomer compact tractor equipped with New Holland’s patented, award-winning SuperSteer™ front axle provides the tightest turnaround diameter on the market, so it can easily maneuver around obstacles and make extra-tight turns at the end of each pass when mowing and grading.
Tractors equipped with the SuperSteer front-axle also feature New Holland’s exclusive Sensitrak clutch, which senses tractive conditions and automatically shifts into four-wheel-drive when extra traction is required. The Sensitrak system shifts back to two-wheel drive when the extra pull of front-wheel drive is no longer needed. This eliminates scuffing of turf when mowing, especially during turns. It also reduces wear and tear on the front tires, gives better fuel economy, and extends the life of the driveline components.
Source: New Holland