New Boomer 8N Tractor, looks good but is it any good?

New Holland have followed a long line of successful awful lot off motor manufacturers who have looked into the past to gain inspiration for future models. Take for instance the many a huge favorite in the 60s was re-launched in the 90s to much acclaim. New Holland have brought this trend to tractor manufacturing with the recent launch of the new Boomer 8N, a compact tractor that combines vintage design with modern, innovative facilities. Introduced as part of the company’s Boomer line, the redesigned 8N features distinctive, timeless classic styling, a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) that creates an effective, powerful, yet easy, car-like driving experience as well as the option of a variety of customisable accessories and boltons. Launched 1948, this updated version of the classic 8N is now available to small to medium-sized farmers who are looking for a well-designed well-built modern traffic modern tractor with classic looks.

The looks of the Boomer 8N can be deceptive, while it looks like a classic tractor it packs a serious power plant which can unleash sufficient power when it comes to many jobs around farm including loading mulch, mowing the lawn, clearing a pasture or digging a trench – the new Boomer 8N tractor makes it fun, easy and comfortable for serious rural small farmers or hobby farmers to get the job done.

What makes the Boomer 8N distinctive?

• Distinguished styling including a red chassis, gray hood and fenders—the same timeless look of the original 8N

• Continuously Variable Transmission that operates like an automatic transmission with speed progressions that are seamless and smooth. There is no reason to switch gears or use a clutch – one pedal makes it go.

• The option to customize allows you to make the Boomer 8N your own through chrome accessories, canopies, decals and more

• Chrome exhaust and grab handles

• Upgraded control knobs

• Diamond-plated floorboards

• Decals

• Canopy/Windshield

• Lights

• Chromed steps

• 50 horsepower engine with a 2,800 pound, 3-point lift capacity

 • Four-cylinder, naturally aspirated diesel engine with large cubic-inch displacement for added durability

• Four-wheel drive axle, which increases traction and enhances maneuverability

• Large operating platform, allowing plenty of leg room to stretch out, with tilt, telescoping steering wheel, power steering, adjustable seats and storage tray with cup holder

• Deluxe 3-point hitch including telescoping stabilizers and flexible link ends for easy attachment of implements

• Two-position extendable drawbar with swinging capability

“We’re excited to introduce landowners to the New Holland Boomer 8N, a modern compact tractor that acknowledges its heritage,” said Doran Herritt, compact marketing manager, New Holland. “Since 1917, New Holland has provided its customers with tractors that are dependable, versatile and easy to operate. With superior quality and distinctive style, the redesigned 8N is the perfect addition to the New Holland Boomer line.”

The new Boomer 8N, which will be available to consumers in the USA be from  March 2009, comes as the 11th model in the Boomer compact tractor line. Like the new 8N, all Boomer tractors are known for their reliability, ease of use, innovation, power, cost effectiveness and value. Boomer tractors can be self maintained and come in a variety of engine sizes to fit any farmers’ needs. Whether maintaining a few acres or farming to make a living, Boomer tractors is an option definitely worth considering.

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