Price and range, combined with ongoing O’Connors support, means second-hand is a great option for many.
Nothing beats that new car feeling, and the same can be said for farm machinery. We love rolling out the latest and greatest from Case IH but our real job is finding the right machine for our customers’ needs and budgets.
For many customers, the right solution could actually be a used machine, and if you’re searching for a combine harvester, now is a great time.
A lower price is definitely the driver for used combine sales, but the advantages are more than just a number on the page.
Depending on your preferences you can definitely get better bang for your buck with a recent model second-hand. Engine size, grain tank capacity and unload rates are just a few examples. And don’t forget the all-important in-cab features for long days behind the wheel.
Everyone manages cash flow differently, based on their own circumstance. Buying a combine outright might be the best option for some growers and is made achievable thanks to a lower-priced second-hand option. For others, finance is the preferred options and fortunately, we can offer great finance deals on our used machines. Finance for used combines currently starts from 1.99% – combine this with the lower price and your repayments are super cash-flow-friendly!
When it comes to used machinery, we offer a very comprehensive range. Our used combines are not just limited to Case IH, with John Deere, New Holland and Massey Ferguson also in the yard.
Furthermore, it doesn’t matter whether you’re after the latest and greatest or you prefer “the good old days when things were simpler”, as our model years stretch from 2017 right back to the late nineties.
Service and Support
An O’Connors used combine is definitely not a set-and-forget prospect. Regardless of the make and model bought, every customer still enjoys the O’Connors experience, with local expertise and support, and factory trained technicians, plus attendance at training days for select models, new or used.
To view the current range of used combines, click here.