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Fendt Trisix Vario

Fendt TriSix Vario

The Fendt's six-wheeled Trisix tractor concept is powered by a 12.5-litres Man truck engine, which meets the first stage of Tier 4 engine emissions standards, it has a maximum output of 540 HP. The the Trisix is fitted with 38 inch tyres, it is driven with three axles or, respectively, six individual wheels, it is suitable for a wide range of applications independent of the prevailing ground conditions. Stability against sliding sideways on slopes is better than in standard tractors, even in poor ground conditions, in which track vehicles would hit their limits. »

Fendt Dieselross F 28 PH II

Fendt Dieselross F 28 PH II

Dieselross Typ: F28 PH II »

Fendt F 230 GT

Fendt F 230 GT

The Fendt F 230 GT Agricultural tractor »

Fendt Grasmäher

Fendt Grasmäher

Real German Craftmanship, the Fendt Grasmäher. It is also the first Fendt tractor ever constructed, and it was then only built by the 17-year-old Hermann Fendt on suggestion of his father, Johann Georg Fendt. »

Fendt Xylon

Fendt Xylon

The Fendt Xylon is a universal System tractor for communities and enterprises in the countryside, ideal for the construction and industrial companies. The comfortable spacious cabin is fitted in the middle of the vehicle, that way the driver has an excellent overview of the entire machine. The engine is fitted under the cab. »

Fendt 936 Vario

Fendt 936 Vario

The newly developed 936 Vario is the new flagship of Fendt. The 936 is a tractor in the heaviest hp class and has a top speed of 60 km / hr. The FSC (Fendt Stability Control) guarantees a maximum safety and comfort. The new X5-cab with air suspension and the Vario-Center, unite a multi functional armrest and steering column, and offers the driver maximum comfort. The 936 Vario is equipped with a 7.14 ltr Deutz engine which has a maximum power of 360 hp (265 kW). »

Fendt Farmer 310 LSA

Fendt Farmer 310 LSA

Fendt Farmer 310 LSA »

Fendt F 12 GT

Fendt F 12 GT

Fendt F 12 GT »

Fendt Farmer 309 LS LSA

Fendt Farmer 309 LS LSA

Fendt Farmer 309 LS LSA »

Fendt Farmer 2

Fendt Farmer 2

Fendt Farmer 2 »

Fendt Farmer 200 S

Fendt Farmer 200 S

Fendt Farmer 200 S »

Fendt Agrobil S

Fendt Agrobil S

Fendt Agrobil S »

Brief history of Fendt tractors

The history of Fendt tractors began in Germany in the early 1900's. The Fendt brothers build their first tractor in a blacksmith's shop. With a dedication to advanced technology, profitability, and reliability, they soon introduced the Dieselross - a small tractor with a 6 HP engine, mounted plough, and independently driven mower. The Dieselross was the first affordable replacement for horses that small farmers had in Europe.

By 1938, 1000 Dieselross machines had been produced, and Fendt was set to grow. The company expanding rapidly after World War II, Fendt continued to win awards for their tractor designs and had leadership of the German tractor market by 1985. The Dieselross line was followed by the Favorit line, and in 1996 the Vario series was introduced with a revolutionary step-less transmission design, the Vario CVT.

Since 1997 Fendt belongs to the Agco corporation, a global supplier of tractors and agricultural machinery. Fendt was poised for global expansion and is now one of the most reliable, technologically advanced tractors on the market today. Fendt's Vario CVT transmission is still the bar by which other "step-less" transmissions are measured. Considered to be the Mercedes Benz of the tractor world, standard accessories such as mechanical front wheel drive, front axle suspension, infinitely step-less transmission, and cab suspension are still only options on the competition

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