Inlon has relaunched the sleek and modern TYM T273 compact four-wheel-drive tractor with nearly $4000 off just in time for Christmas, at $21,990.
The T273 comes with a Mitsubishi 1318cc diesel engine, delivering 27 horsepower, and the wide wheels, level-lift quick-hitch loader, and four-in-one bucket are standard inclusions.
Inlon sales and marketing manager Gary Surman said the South Korean manufactured tractor was often described as a compact on steroids.
“It has a strong 865-kilogram dry weight and will push, lift and pull more than sub compact tractors. In fact, the powerful three point linkage will lift 700 kilograms, which ensures compatibility with most farm implements,” Mr Surman said.
It has two separate hydraulic systems, one for the auxiliary remote outlets that is supplied as standard, and the other for the power steering.
Independent rear and mid PTO for rotary hoes, slashers and mid mount mowers can be operated with the push of a button on the dash panel.
The operator station is a semi-flat, unobstructed platform with entry clearance from either side and is protected by a foldable two-post roll-over protection system safety frame.
The TYM T273 has electric push button cruise control, and the hydrostatic transmission has two ranges with two independent side-by-side HST pedals for forward and reverse.
The brake pedals are located on the opposite side of the HST pedals and can be used for brake-assisted turning for tight manoeuvring.
It includes a standard flip-up seat for complete access to the hydraulic system, and a one touch, one-piece pop-up bonnet.
Mr Surman said the TYM T273 was not a sub-compact tractor, but rather a heavy-duty compact tractor.
“South Korean manufacturing is renowned for high quality, well-designed products, backed by heavy research and development investment,” he said.
“This means you get so much more for your dollars. The T273 will make a great Christmas present, and the icing on the Christmas cake is the three year factory backed warranty plan for peace of mind.”
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