Massey Ferguson launches compact 3700 AL tractor range

Massey Ferguson has announced it will build three new tractors for the sub-100hp market, adding to the 3700-series it launched in 2017.

The 3700 AL models will be 75hp, 85hp and 95hp and all feature a 24×12 powershuttle transmission with a two-speed powershift to provide eight clutchless changes in each of the three ranges using buttons on the gearstick.

All three versions use the same 3.4-litre, four-cylinder engine that is AdBlue-free and has a 600-hour service interval. Torque output for the largest model is 395Nm.

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A multi-function joystick handles transmission and hydraulic controls and also operates the front linkage.

At the back, the electronically controlled rear linkage can hoist 3t. Two electro-hydraulic spool valves are standard, but there is an option for up to four, with mid-mounting points ideal for a loader. Maximum flow is 95 litres/min.

All 3700 AL models have a wider-than-before cab, with a low-profile options keeping height to just 2.44m on 420/85 R30 tyres.

Inside the cab, owners can spec air-conditioning, USB connection, a DAB and Bluetooth radio and de-icing mirrors.  

Prices are yet to be announced.

Massey Ferguson 3700AL series


MF 3707 AL

MF 3708 AL

MF 3709 AL

Engine power




Maximum torque





24F/12R PowerShuttle and Speedshift

Height – standard cab

2.53m on 420/85 R30 tyres

Height – tunnel cab

2.44m on 420/85 R30 tyres

Auxiliary hydraulic flow

95 litres/min