Deutz-Fahr launches all purpose tractors

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Rollover Protection System a feature on one of two new 4E range tractors

The 85hp 4090.4E ROPS model is one of two new models in the range
The 85hp 4090.4E ROPS model is one of two new models in the range
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Deutz-Fahr has added a rollover protection system tractor (ROPS) and a new, more powerful cab model to its 4E series, which it says will help it provide ‘unequalled versatility’ in the field.

The new 95 horsepower (70.8kW) 4100.4E model will be the most powerful in the range, complementing the 62hp (46kW) 4065E and the 80hp (60kW) 4080.4E, while the new 4090.4E ROPS model is 85hp (63kW).


Check out our report on the 2017 launch of the 4065E and the 4080E here


Anthony Darvienza, Deutz-Fahr tractor specialist for Australian distributor PFG, says the new models are powerful, yet compact.

"With a Creep-Speed of just 280m/hr and a top speed of 40km/h, these tractors are a good fit for any job from large life style blocks, to the challenging and precise applications required by grape growers and horticulturalists," he says.

"In addition, these tractors are so easy to operate and maintain that numerous operators can jump on and be driving within minutes."

Both models are equipped with a compact Deutz-Fahr  4-cylinder, 4000 CC (4.0 litre) turbocharged, inter-cooled engine, while the transmission comprises 30 forward and 15 reverse gears in five synchronised speed gears and three range gears.

The range gears include creep and synchronised shuttle, which lets both forward and reverse be selected through the simple movement of a lever, when using a front-end loader. 

Deutz-Fahr says the tractors also come equipped with true 4-wheel braking, with the front brakes engaging together with the rear to ensure positive stopping when towing heavy loads.

With hydrostatic steering from an independent 17 litre per minute pump, the tractors have a 55 degree turning circle thanks to a 4WD front axle, while the featured centre line drive eliminates the need for universal joints, which the company says will decrease maintenance costs.

The tractors’ hydraulic system has a dedicated 45L/min pump to supply the lifting ram and auxiliary valves, while the ‘Easy Lift’ button which enables the operator to lift the three point linkage up and down – one of series of ergonomic controls Deutz-Fahr says covers every aspect of operation.

On top of this, the 4100.4E is fitted with digital climate control, similar to a car, while the 4090.4 ROPS model features a 2 post, foldable frame with sun canopy, in place of air-conditioning.

PFG says the new 4E models are in stock and available now. 

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