The Case IH CVX series comes up with a novel feature for Case IH tractors. Instead of the previous standard SMatic gearing mechanism, the bet has now been set on a continuous gearing mechanism. This has the advantage that the tractor always drives at an optimal engine operating point, whether loaded or unloaded. A so-called accelerator pedal has replaced the conventional throttle control, and now cares for the transmission of the desired speed to the vehicle computer or gearbox calculator respectively. The eponymous six-cylinder-sisu-motor with 170 horsepower, engine management system and CVT gearing mechanism, has a cubic capacity of 6,6 L. The Case IH CVX 170 is available either in a 50 km/h or a throttled 40 km/h version. The hydraulic system of the Case IH CVX 170 owns three to maximum four electronically operated control units, and the axial piston pump supports up to 112 L/min and is both pressure and volume controlled. The operator's cab offers a good all-round visibility and is a comfortable workplace thanks to air conditioning and heating. Thanks to a strong motor as well as a considerable lifting power of 9.900 daN, the Case IH CVX 170 wins you over with its performance and is a genuine all rounder for field and farm.