Case IH APM
(Automatic Productivity Management) recognises your driving strategy and adjusts the engine speed and transmission ratio to provide you with power and control while maintaining efficiency.
For example, on the road APM adjusts the engine speed to most economical fuel consumption, while in the field doing PTO work APM concentrates on ensuring consistent PTO speed.
Higher productivity When time is of the essence you need a CVX. Regardless of which of the five models you choose, they all are capable of 50kph on the road with the engine turning at below 1900rpm, helping to ensure the lowest possible fuel consumption.
Headland Management Control
This system can store up to 30 headland related operations for two different applications.
It has a simple record and playback facility and saves you time and effort during headland operations.
Economical Engine, Tier II Compliant
To ensure both power and efficiency, each CVX is equipped with a 6.6 litre turbocharged, intercooled, low-emission diesel engine. These Tier II compliant engines, ranging between 137 and 192 horsepower, with electronic Bosch injection systems, reach their rated power at just 2100rpm.
Continuously Variable Transmission
In addition to delivering smooth acceleration from super creep right up to top speed, the continuously variable transmission also features active hold (stop) control. When you stop the tractor it will not roll forward or backwards, even in hilly terrain and with a loaded trailer. The top speed of 50 (40)kph* is reached at an engine speed below 1900rpm.
The new CVX controls include the latest generation of Multicontroller II, which features 3 different cruising speed settings, forward/reverse shuttle, hitch lift/lower, a remote valve and Headland Management control.