Case IH Upgrades MY25 Magnum with New Track and Telematics Technology Features

Case IH has launched at Commodity Classic the newest MY25 Magnum flagship model, built upon Magnum’s legacy, the tractor of choice for more than 37 years. During the event, Case IH also displayed next-level track technology for Steiger Quadtrac and technology solutions.

The MY25 Magnum’s higher horsepower enables operators to handle larger implements more efficiently, while also improving pass-to-pass accuracy through automated speed and steering control.  

“We continue to build upon Magnum’s strong roots as the most trusted tractor on the operation.  Power, technology and quality define the next generation of Magnums and we purposefully bundled integrated technology within the tractors to eliminate the hassle of purchasing individual tech components.” 

states Morgen Dietrich, tractor segment lead at Case IH.

Dietrich explains that the new Magnum 355 model will come standard with the 21-speed PowerDrive transmission, which builds toward future autonomy capabilities with brake-to-clutch functionality.

Case IH offers more than just new MY25 Magnums when it comes to tractor solutions. The company has recently launched the Quadtrac Heavy-Duty Suspension (HDS) for Steigers, which sets a new standard in track technology. The new suspended track design of HDS not only improves operator comfort but also enhances machine durability by significantly reducing shocks and jolts. As a result, productivity is increased with faster transport speeds.

“From Farmalls to Magnums and Steigers, we continue to build upon our tractor portfolio legacy by unleashing new options and purposeful solutions for our wide range of customers.

Our tractor portfolio, which ranges from 25 hp to 715 hp, demonstrates Case IH’s commitment to bringing solutions to operations of all sizes. It spans across tractors and harvesting to planters, tillage and technology.”

affirms Dietrich.

For producers looking to add technology to their existing fleet, Case IH is also talking about its aftermarket solutions at Commodity Classic. 

Case IH’s entry-level telematics offer remote monitoring of machines and vehicles within a fleet. The aftermarket kit includes a five-year subscription to AFS Connect and can be upgraded with the Pro 1200 Guidance kit for guidance, agronomic and telematics data transfers. This allows for uniform display across the fleet, simplifying operator training and management.

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