Designed to pull increasingly larger implements, New Holland's T9000 series tractors now offer more power, with 535 hp available on the largest T9060 model. A total of five models range from 335 to 535 engine hp. Last updated in 2008, these 4-wd tractors feature higher horsepower, stronger drawbars, and a new, compound-turbo, fuel-efficient engine in the T9050 model.

The tractors come in two main frame sizes with engines sized to provide maximum performance with minimum fuel consumption. When engaged, the new Ground Speed Management works to operate the engine and transmission in the most efficient settings for maximum productivity and efficiency. Both the standard and heavy-duty drawbars have been redesigned to meet the demands of high-horsepower loads and improve vertical load carrying capacity.

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NEW HOLLAND T9000 SERIES SPECS | ENGINE: 6-cyl., 9-, 12.9- or 15-liter New Holland CDC or Cursor or Cursor Turbo-Compound; 15-liter Cummins engine in the T9060. 335 to 535 engine hp, 273 to 473 PTO hp | TRANSMISSION: 16 × 2 powershift with transport mode or 24 × 6 syncroshift available on T9020 and T9030 | HYDRAULICS: Std. pump flow 40 to 42 gpm/55 to 57 gpm, or 90- to 94-gpm MegaFlow II opt. Remote valves: 4 std./up to 7 opt. | WHEELBASE: 139 in. on the T9020; 154 in. on all other models | PRICES: Start at $198,280 for the T9020 New Holland 4-wd tractors