New Versatile tractors debut in Australia

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Leading farm machinery distributor PFG Australia has launched a new range of Versatile broadacre farming tractors into the Australian market.

Watch the video from the launch

The new line-up includes three MFWD Rowcrop tractors ranging from 270hp to 320hp; six articulated four wheel drive models ranging from 395hp to 620hp and four tracked Deltatrack models ranging from 460hp to 620hp.

All the new tractor models are powered by Cummins engines and Caterpillar transmissions.

The Versatile brand, which was established in Canada in 1966, has gone through several ownership changes over the years by the likes of Ford and New Holland before it was acquired by Russian agricultural company Rostselmash in 2007.

Versatile product manager Ryan Shust says the brand has maintained its philosophy of simplicity, serviceability, vision and comfort with the new tractors.

"This is what gave Versatile such a good name in regards to reliability and ease of operation and we will not deviate away from this direction," he says.

"We have made the tractors bigger and stronger than ever before, easier to operate, service, have improved visibility and are more comfortable.

"The new Versatile tractors have features that no other manufacturer can match."

Watch out for a detailed review of the Versatile 620hp tractor in the February 2014 issue of NewFarmMachinery magazine.

Look out for the tractor specifications coming soon on NewFarmMachinery.com.au

Click here to find Versatile tractors for sale.

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