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New Holland evolution puts you ahead

Over the past 20 years, New Holland LM telehandlers have delivered an unrivalled mix of performance, dependability and affordability. With the latest LM series, compliant to Tier 4B emissions standards, enhanced performance and economy are matched to improved comfort and reduced operating costs. The five model range, consisting of the LM6.32, LM7.35, LM9.35 and LM6.35 Elite and LM7.42 Elite models, feature an advanced design, improved transmission performance and increase engine output. The very latest cab sets a benchmark for low noise and comfort. Purpose developed for those seeking a smaller telehandler, the compact, LM5.25 model is the default choice where confined buildings and low doorways are the norm.


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More productivity and power

In response to customer demand and the need to maximize productivity, non-Elite LM handlers have benefitted from increased power outputs, and are now rated at 121hp(CV) and deliver up to 133hp(CV). Elite models now develop a rated 131hp(CV) and a maximum 146hp(CV). Previous LM models developed 120hp(CV) maximum. The compact LM5.25 delivers 75hp(CV). The latest LM series have enhanced productivity and economy. The LM range is the product of years of development, investment and listening to customer feedback.


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Superior visibility and comfort

The LM range features an advanced cab design that offers improved comfort, noise suppression and visibility over the previous LM5000 generation. The new LED light option can produce up to 25,000 lumen of combined lighting power to turn night into day and increase safety and productivity.


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Enhanced quality

The full-size LM telehandlers feature a twin U shaped robot welded boom, that is extremely rigid and durable. The H shaped ladder chassis has massive torsional strength and is engineered to operate in the most demanding applications. New Holland has invested in a new dedicated LM production line between 2012 and 2013. Further updates include improvements to the transmission ratio and optional increased tipping angle on non-Elite models.


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Ease of ownership

Downtime is the enemy of productivity, that is why all LM telehandlers are engineered to minimise the need for routine maintenance for optimised dependability. Daily checks and routine care has been simplified, making it easier to look after the handler between its extended 600-hour service intervals.


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