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The entire T5 range boasts 3.4 litre Common Rail F5C engines developed by FPT Industrial that fully comply with the stringent Tier 4A emissions regulations. New Holland introduced Common Rail to agriculture in 2003, and the optimised engines on the T5 range benefit from the latest generation in this fuel efficient technology.
These powerful, super-quiet engines develop between 99 - 114hp and up to 461Nm of torque for guaranteed productivity and operator comfort. Throw in a power-to-weight ratio of just 37.3kg/hp and the T5 is your perfect farming partner.
The entire T5 range will use Cooled Exhaust Gas Recirculation (CEGR) for Tier 4A compliance. This is in alignment with New Holland’s Tier 4A strategy, which foresees the use of ECOBlue™ SCR technology on high powered products and CEGR for lower powered products with reduced cooling requirements and for which overall product dimensions are of vital importance.
Common Rail uses precision fuelling technology for greater responsiveness as well as fuel efficiency. Put simply, you maintain performance whilst controlling your fuel bills.
Furthermore, maximum power is achieved at a mere 1900rpm and is available right up to 2300rpm, the most frequently used working range, for improved productivity in all applications including PTO and high speed road transport.
A flatter maximum torque curve throughout the optimum working range further improves your operational flexibility.
Here at New Holland we’re passionate about transient response. You might think so what. But it’s your productivity guarantee. Put simply, when you ask for more, your reactive engine and its enormous 35% torque back-up gives it to you. In practice, when you’re working in demanding conditions, for example when baling heavy silage in uneven swaths, you’ll maintain forward and PTO speed even when the largest lumps are fed into the baler.
New Holland are not going it alone when it comes to Tier 4A technology, we can draw on the experience of our engine development partner: FPT Industrial.

Pioneers: Fiat invented Common Rail technology in the 1980s and brought it to the masses in 1997 on the Alfa Romeo 156. They were the very first to introduce it on agricultural machines. Pioneering. Always.

Cleaner: Fiat S.p.A. have the lowest overall CO2 emissions of any automotive manufacturer in Europe. Cleaner. Everywhere.
Proven: FPT Industrial have already produced over 90,000 F5C engines during the last five years. Reliability. Confirmed.