Deutz-Fahr releases Warrior tractor range

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Ranging from 171-336 horsepower, Deutz-Fahr’s new tractor range aims to impress with high-tech features and a straight diesel engine

German manufacturer Deutz-Fahr has released a new series of six-cylinder tractors which the company says has been specifically designed to suit Australian farmers.

Tractors in the Warrior range, which comprises seven models ranging from 171 to 336 horsepower, are fitted with Deutz engines and run on straight diesel without the need for AdBlue or Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF).

One big feature of the 6165 and 6215 Warrior models is RC-Shift transmission which Deutz-Fahr says "enables the driving experience of a variable transmission at a fraction of the cost".

Deutz-Fahr has launched its new range of Warrior tractors

The RC-Shift models can run as a fully automatic tractor, with a separate mode available for road driving rather than in a paddock, or they can be operated as a manual with 54 forward and 27 reverse gears.

Both the 6165 and 6215 models also offer an alternative – TTV transmission – which is also the transmission on Deutz-Fahr’s larger 7250, 8280 and 9340 models in the Warrior range.

TTV, which stands for Tractor Transmission Variable, has been a feature of Deutz-Fahr’s tractors for two decades and works as the name suggests.

The company says TTV "combines the efficiency of mechanical components with the comfort and smoothness of a hydrostatic system" with the percentage of mechanical components used being about 80 per cent for field work and 90 per cent for transport work at a faster speed.

Easy-to-use technology and operator comfort has been the company's aim with the cabin

Cabin comfort and in-built technology are two other areas where Deutz-Fahr aims to make the Warrior series stand out.

Inside the Maxivision cabin, operators will find a host of features and touches that show attention to detail.

These include a MaxCom armrest control with the majority of tractor functions able to be controlled from the joystick, Bluetooth MP3 player with acoustic technology, digital display, automatic climate control with completely reworked and optimised air conditioning plus other touches such as carpet floormats and a fridge compartment for a drink bottle.

The Deutz-Fahr Warrior tractors run on straight diesel without the need for AdBlue or Diesel Particulate Filter

All of Deutz-Fahr’s Warrior tractors are fitted with Trimble-powered Guidance technology and ISOBUS connectivity as standard.

Trimble’s GFX-750 and NAV-900 precision agriculture technology makes use of the features the popular ag-tech company is known for such as positioning and guidance control plus cloud-based data exchange, while ISOBUS is also a crucial element as the ‘common language’ of tractors.

Now available in Australia, each model is backed with a three-year or 2,500 hour warranty and a capped price service offer for the same period, local distributor PFG says.

The 9340 is the biggest tractor in Deutz-Fahr's Warrior range

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