The new Zetor Crystal 160 will be showcased byThe Tractor Shop for the first time in the United Kingdom at the MidlandsMachinery Show on November 25 and 26.
The high horse power tractor will be one of theshows big attractions at the Newark Showground with many within theagricultural industry excited to see the new range by Zetor.
The show promotes the newest and best of machineryfor modern farming, with the Zetor Crystal 160 at the top of many farmerslists to view.
Sales area manager Peter Warner of Zetor UK said:We are very excited to bring Zetors new Crystal tractor to the MidlandsMachinery Show, as it marks a return of a well-loved name from the CzechRepublic-based manufacturer.
The Crystal range introduced in 1975 as Zetorsfirst ever six-cylinder tractor and the latest tractor marks the return ofsix-cylinder power to the brand.
The Zetors are designed to provide the bestcombination of engine power and tractor weight, so that the output is utilisedcompletely. Great emphasis is placed on simple, clever and purposeful design toachieve reliability, simple maintenance and quick service and Zetor tractorsrank among the best in terms of fuel consumption.
The original Crystal was well known for its crisp,angular lines, and echoes of this can be seen in the styling of the newcomer,which is being offered in 144hp and 163hp models.
In the long-term, users also appreciate theaffordability of spare parts and for this reason, the brand is hard to beat interms of operating costs.
The Tractor Shop owner Sam Plowright from the said:We were delighted to be at the first Midlands Machinery Show in 2014 and weare very excited to be back again this time round.
To be able to bring the new Zetor Crystal 160 tothe show is very exciting, especially as it will be the first UK show to showcaseit and we are hoping farmers that visit the show will be very interested in thetractor.
Zetor are hoping to showcase more of their rangewith the Major 80, from the opposite end of the scale, at the MidlandsMachinery Show to show how diverse a range they can offer.
George Taylor, show manager, said: We are only acouple of months away now until the big event and we cant wait to welcome allour exhibitors and visitors.
The Midlands Machinery Show is now getting closeto booking our 200th trading space. We also have very limited indooravailability for traders, so its set to be bigger and better that last year.
We are delighted to welcome The Tractor Shop andZetor and we are sure the launch of the new tractor will be hugely popular withvisitors and farmers within the industry.
Now in its second year the Show is increasingly akey event on the business calendar for farmers, businesses and others in theagricultural industry.
Visitors to the Midlands Machinery Show will beable to choose from a programme of technical seminars which will see industryexperts discuss relevant issues.
Awards for the best trade stands will also betaking place including Best Agricultural Stand, Best Overall Stand and Best NonMachinery Stand.
Visitor entry and parking is free. Trade space willremain available until the close of booking for the catalogue on 30 October2015.