Simplicity power up for 2004
US manufacturer Simplicity has upgraded engine specifications on their range of Grand Baron and Conquest garden and estate tractors. The changes are part of their policy of constant product development and have been announced by UK importer Claymore Grass Machinery in time for the 2004 season.
The Simplicity Baron has been upgraded to a 17hp Briggs and Stratton Intek OHV engine and the Grand Baron 18/40 now has a 20hp twin-cylinder Briggs & Stratton power pack. The Grand Baron 16H/40 tractor will continue to be available fitted with a 16hp twin-cylinder Honda engine.
Hydrostatic transmission is standard on all Grand Baron models as is cruise control and 325 litre capacity grass collector. A grass deflector is available as an optional extra. Cutting width is 102cm (40in) with height of cut infinite between 2.5cm-9.1cm.
The Simplicity Conquest tractor has hydrostatic drive, cruise control and an 112cm (44in) side discharge cutting deck. In addition an 18hp Briggs & Stratton Vanguard V-Twin engine now powers the Simplicity Conquest.
Retail prices inc Vat. are Grand Baron 17/40 £3250 20/40 £3495 Conquest 18/44 £3995
|The Simplicity Grand Baron garden tractor range now has increased engine specifications for 2004.|