Case Pumas to benefit from extended service intervals

Case-IH’s mid-range tractors will benefit from extended service intervals as the machines now meet Stage 5 emissions regulations.

Engine oil intervals now sit at 750 hours or 18 months, while transmission oil changes can be stretched to every 1,500 hours.

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To achieve this, the CNH brand uses Hi-eSCR2 emissions technology across the full Puma range, which includes four models from 185hp to 240hp. The tech has been developed by sister company FPT and focuses on selective catalytic reduction (SCR) rather than exhaust gas recirculation (EGR).

Machines that employ the Multicontroller transmission will also gain power improvements in transport, thanks to a better power curve in 16th gear and beyond.

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