Fendt has launched a new range of four-cylinder tractors to the market.
The new 500 Vario series, ranging from 125-165 horsepower, features the well-known Fendt operating interface and the VisioPlus cab with numerous updates.
Besides compliance with the legal emissions standard Tier 4 Final, Fendt said it had designed its 500 Vario tractor range for more efficiency and equipped it with more optional features adopted from the high-horsepower tractors, such as the new VarioGuide guidance system, the full glass front terminal, the 1000E PTO, a 300 degrees front wiper, LED work lights, optional immobiliser and a flange or stub axle, to name a few.
The new range also features electronically-controlled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) with map-controlled AdBlue injection and an auxiliary engine oil heat exchanger.
The ProfiPlus variant of the new 500 Vario series features the Fendt’s new VarioGuide guidance system, which has only been available in high-horsepower tractors until now.
Depending on the guidance system and correction services, VarioGuide is said to work with an accuracy of between 20cm and 2cm.
Fendt said the new range also featured its Varioterminal, which enables operation of all tractor and implement functions from one terminal.