Massey Ferguson 5700 Series

Massey Ferguson 5700 Series

The Massey Ferguson 5700 Series is the tractor you have been waiting for. This tractor is part of Massey's new global series. This series has been in development for a few years and slots into the top end of the utility tractor segment. It has the power, weight, and durability to suite farmers and municipalities. These tractors are heavy, and often fitted with a loader. This is the simple, reliable tractor you need to get the job done with ease.


Massey Ferguson 5710

Massey Ferguson 5710

Massey Ferguson 5711

Massey Ferguson 5711


Engine & Emissions

The 5700 Series uses a 4.4L 4 cylinder Tier IV final AGCO Power diesel engine. The Deluxe configuration has a stored engine speed feature. This allows for a preset engine RPM at the flick of a switch.  This is useful for jobs with repetitive engine speed changes. For example, drop your engine speed with the switch as you wait for the bale to wrap.

The engine deals with emissions standards with a combination of processes. DOC (Diesel Oxidation Catalyst) and SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) are both used. The DOC part is where the exhaust passes through a catalyst and converts to carbon dioxide and water.  The SCR part controls the DEF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid) injection. This injection further reduces the exhaust gases to water, nitrogen and carbon dioxide.  These emission treatment systems have become standard across the market today. The major benefit of the Massey approach, is no regeneration canister that needs to burn off soot.  Adding the DEF at a variable rate based on engine load also proves more efficient then at a static rate.  These things mean the system is maintenance free.  The whole system is separate away from the exhaust stack and thus does not effect visibility.

Classic Configuration

The Classic configuration is the base spec level of the 5700 series. The transmission of this level is a mechanical shuttle setup.  You must depress the foot clutch to shuttle from forward to reverse.  The 5710 has the option of being 2WD.  Classic configuration hydraulics are a standard flow 15 GPM. There are both cab and platform options.

Deluxe Configuration

The Deluxe configuration includes a power shuttle transmission.  You can make a direction change without using the foot clutch.  There are 3-point hitch controls on the fender and 26 GPM hydraulics.  There are more work lights in the package, and fender extensions.  There are both cab and ROPS options.

Front Axle

The 4WD front axle is a fixed cast steel design.  It is a heavier axle then a bevel gear axle sometimes used on tractors in this class.


The 5700 Series use the same heavy rear axle of the 5600 Series.  The heavy axle allows for use in draft applications.  The draft control system allows implements to move up and down with the conditions.  The 3-point hitch has 7716 lb full stroke lift capacity from 24″ behind the ball ends.