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Seeing is believing. The stunning new Deutz-Fahr Warrior Series is now available in Australia and its mission is simple: maximum comfort and productivity underpinned by exceptional bottom-line figures.
In 2018, Deutz-Fahr launched a range of six-cylinder tractors, featuring the latest technology and design.
As ever the industry leader, Deutz-Fahr has taken the next evolutionary step with the Warrior Series; the ultimate tractor with unique styling and design, paired with the latest in performance and driver comfort.
Designed and built specifically for the Australian market, the new 6, 7, 8 and 9 Series tractors range between 171 to 336 HP and embody all that is synonymous with Deutz engines, perfectly engineered to be AdBlue and DPF technology free.
The Warriors have a brilliant finish, with matching performance, and customers are going to love the ability to customise the tech, specs and cabin options in their Warrior.- PFG's general manager ag division Doug Robinson
The new Warrior series has enabled the Australian farmer to use straight diesel once more.
"We are thrilled with this release," said PFG's general manager ag division Doug Robinson.
"The Warriors have a brilliant finish, with matching performance, and customers are going to love the ability to customise the tech, specs and cabin options in their Warrior, as well as choose RC-Shift or TTV transmission. The ergonomically designed cab, outstanding visibility and deluxe comfort options means operators can go further for longer.
"Intuitive controls, precision farming systems and attachment points for the heaviest equipment combinations round off a truly remarkable package."
Each model is backed by a generous three-year/2500-hour warranty and for the very first time, Deutz-Fahr is offering a three-year/2500-hour capped price service solution to match, as well as an introductory zero per cent finance offer (also over three years).
The new Warrior Series from Deutz-Fahr has evolved.
"With a style that's as impressive as its performance in the field, seeing really is believing," Mr Robinson said.