McCormick makes changes to MC tractors

Fellow Argo Tractors stablemate McCormick is to fit new cabs with better visibility, improved ventilation and a more modern instrument layout to 2010 McCormick MC four-cylinder tractors.




The upgrade follows Tier 3 revisions to the range that brought 7-12% power increases across the three-model range and a longer wheelbase for better stability with heavy implements.


Other improvements include a revamped braking system requiring less pedal effort and the option of independent front axle suspension.


With power outputs of 101hp, 110hp and 126hp, the MC four-cylinder tractors combine the compact size of the lower-spec CX models with the transmission and hydraulics of the six-cylinder MTX line.


Front axle suspension is a new option for the MC105 and MC115 (it was already available on the MC130) that improves ride comfort on the road and in the field, as well as helping front-end traction over rough ground. There’s also a roof window for the first time.