Case IH Puma 220

CaseIH Puma220

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CaseIH Puma220




More Productivity, Less Fuel

Case IH SCR Technology

Case IH Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology improves horsepower, engine responsiveness, fuel economy and durability, all while lowering emissions. It's innovation that meets government standards without sacrificing production.


  • Delivers Efficient Power with a Case IH 6.7-liter, 6 cylinder turbocharged, intercooled engine
  • PowerBoost - boosts your engine by up to 35 HP to meet today's hydraulic demands
  • Rated engine working speed of 2,200 rpm
  • 4 valves per cylinder for improved fuel economy and power
  • Extended oil change intervals save you time and maintenance costs
  • Electronic Common Rail fuel system gives you fast responses in changing field conditions


Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR)

  • Meets the tough new Tier 4 B/Final emissions standards
  • SCR after-treatment converts nitrogen oxides into nitrogen and water vapors
  • Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), a non-toxic mixture, triggers the change
  • Engine design reduces particulate matter created by incomplete fuel burning
  • 10% lower operating costs with exhaust as clean as the intake air


More Power, Better Fuel Economy

  • SCR maximizes horsepower because the system is separate from the engine
  • The design leads to better fuel economy and improved engine durability, while giving you more flexibility to choose among diesel fuel varieties and grades
  • Case IH has a full team of professionals to help you tailor your equipment to fit the way you farm and meet new challenges



More Usable Horsepower When and Where You Need It

The Case IH Puma lineup has plenty of power in a mid-size package, plus features like Power Boost, Power Growth, and the CVXDrive transmission option - to deliver more power when and where you need it most, while keeping you productive.

Transmission Driveline

Adjusts to deliver the best possible balance of power and fuel efficiency. Set your speed and let the computer find the sweet spots between power and fuel efficiency.
  • Automatically selects the best gear ratio for your desired speed with AutoShift
  • No clutch or shifting gears
  • Standard Mechanical Front Drive (MFD) axle with optional suspension provides excellent traction in the field
  • Reverse speeds up to 19 mph
  • Creeper speed as low as 66 ft/hr
  • Optional 19th EconoGear economy transport gear reduces engine speed in 19th gear for additional improved fuel economy at top road speeds
  • Diesel Saver Auto Productivity Management (APM) automatically works to reduce engine speed and fuel use when you don't need power


PowerDrive Powershift Transmission

  • 18x6 PowerDrive Powershift Transmission, available on all Puma models, operates from 0 to 30 mph
  • Robust, proven and reliable transmission providing longer life
  • Nine gears in the field working range 0 to maximize on productivity
  • Speed matching allowing best match of travel speed to engine RPM


Productive CVXDrive Transmission

  • Saves fuel and allows operator to focus on other operational needs
  • Maintains power to the ground. Shifting of gears is done automatically and never under a load
  • Ease of stopping and starting tractor. Most beneficial on inclines.


Productive CVXDrive Transmission

  • Saves fuel and allows operator to focus on other operational needs
  • Maintains power to the ground. Shifting of gears is done automatically and never under a load
  • Ease of stopping and starting tractor. Most beneficial on inclines.


Make Case IH
Model Puma 220 PS or CVT (2014-2017)
Engine Performance  
Advertised Engine Power, Rated, hp (kW) 220 (162)
Maximum Engine Power, hp (kW) 260 (191)
Rated Engine Speed, rpm 2200
Power Boost, hp (kW) 40 (29)
Fuel Tank capacity, gal (L) 103 (390)
Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) tank capacity, gal (L) 12.7 (48)
PTO Performance  
PTO Horsepower, Basic / Optional Transmission, hp (kW) 190 (142)
PTO Speeds, rpm 540 / 1000 FPS; 1000 / 1000E CVT
PTO operational Type (Independent; Live; Continuous) Independent
Basic Engine  
Engine Make Case IH FPT
Engine Model 6.7 L
Number of Cylinders 6
Displacement, cu in (L) 411 (6.7)
Engine Bore, in (mm) 4.095 (104)
Engine Stroke, in (mm) 5.20 (132)
Block Design, Replaceable Liners Parent bore
Aspiration, Turbocharged or Naturally Aspirated Turbocharged, air-to-air aftercooled
Fuel System  
Fuel System Description High Pressure Common Rail
Fuel System Control, Electronic or Mechanical Electronic
Fuel Injection to combustion chamber, Direct or Indirect Direct
Emission and Exhaust Treatment  
Emission Level, US EPA Tier Tier 4B / Final
Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) w/Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) SCR w/ DEF
Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) No
Cleanup Catalyst (CUC) CUC standard
Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC) DOC standard
Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) No
Exhaust Pipe, Vertical stack or Horizontal Vertical stack
Cooling System  
Fan Drive Type BorgWarner Visctronic std; Reversible opt.
Electrical System  
System Rating, Volts 12
Alternator Rating, Amps 150 std. / 200 opt.
Basic Transmission Configuration  
Manufacturer's Description 18 x 6 Full Powershift
Transmission Type Full powershift
Number of Forward / Reverse Speeds 18F / 6R
Maximum Speed Forward, mph (kph) 25 (40)
Creeper Range Available Optional 29F x 12R
Shuttle (Forward-Reverse) Available Yes
Optional Transmission 1  
Manufacturer's Description 40 or 50 kph ECO CVT
Transmission Type Continuously Variable (CVT)
Number of Forward / Reverse Speeds Infinite, 4 ranges
Optional Transmission 2  
Manufacturer's Description 19 x 6 Hi-Speed Gear, 30 mph (50kph)
Transmission Type Full powershift
Number of Forward / Reverse Speeds 19F / 6R
Wheel or Track Configuration  
Drive Wheels or Tracks; 2WD, 4WD, 2WD / 4WD, 2 Tracks or 4 Tracks 4WD
Steering Configuration: Front Steer, Frame Articulated, or Track-type Steer Front Steer
Rear Axle Assembly  
Final Drive Location and Description Planetary / Inboard
Axle Output End, Flange or Bar Bar
Axle Bar Diameter, in (mm) 4.13 (105)
Front Axle  
Suspended Front Axle Available Optional
Service Brake Type Wet disc
Hydraulic System  
Hydraulic System Type Closed Center, Pressure Flow Compensated (PFC)
Main Hydraulic Pump Type Variable Displacement
Implement Pump Flow, gpm (Lpm) 31.7 (120) FPS; 39.6 (150) CVT
Optional Pump Flow, gpm (Lpm) 39.6 (150) FPS; 44.9 (170) CVT
Number of Standard Remote Valves 3 std; 4th & 5th opt.
3-Point Hitch Features  
3-Point Hitch Category Category 2 / 3
Optional Hitch Category No option
Draft Sensing or Lift Control Electronic Draft Control (EDC)
Draft Link Ends Telescopic Yes
3-Point Hitch Lift Capacity  
Standard Lift Capacity 24 Inches behind pin, lb (kg) 9,450 (4286)
Optional Lift Capacity 24 Inches behind pin, lb (kg) 15,000 (6804) w/110 mm cyl.
Standard Lift Capacity at lift pin, lb (kg) np
Optional Lift Capacity at lift pin, lb (kg) np
Drawbar Description Swinging
Wheelbase / Trackbase  
Wheelbase, 2WD, in (mm) No 2WD
Wheelbase/Trackbase, MFD/4WD or Track, in (mm) 113.6 (2885)
Length, 2WD, incl. Hitch/Drawbar, in (mm) No 2WD
Length, MFD/4WD or track, incl. Hitch/Drawbar, in (mm) np
Vertical Dimensions  
Height to Top of Cab, in (mm) np
Height to Top of ROPS raised, in (mm) No open ROPS
Width w/Tires or Tracks  
Overall Width, with standard wheels or tracks, in (mm) 112 (2845) bar axle ends
Weight (w/Tires or Tracks)  
Weight, 2WD w/ROPS, lb (kg) No 2WD
Weight, MFD/4WD w/ROPS, lb (kg) No open ROPS
Weight, 2WD w/Cab, lb (kg) No 2WD
Weight, MFD/4WD or Tracks w/Cab, without ballast, lb (kg) 15,900 (7212) FPS; 16,800 (7620) CVT
Weight, Total allowable, w/maximum ballast, lb (kg) 28,660 (13000)
Tire / Track Size  
Front Tire Size, 2WD No 2WD
Front Tire Size orTrack Width, MFD/4WD or Track 420/85 (16.9) R30
Rear Tire Size or Track Width 520/85 (20.8) R42
Sales Literature  
Literature Number CIH03131401
Literature Date 3/1/2014
Secondary Literature Source  
Secondary Literature Number --
Secondary Literature Date --
Other Documentation  
Document Number Website features
Document Date 3/1/2014
Status and Entry Dates  
Manufacturing Status, Current or Archive Archive 2017
First Entry Date 3/27/2014
Revision Date 4/23/2014; 12/27/2014; Archived 9/25/2017