Monday, 08 June 2020 12:13

More grunt added to Deutz-Fahr 5-Series range

Written by  Mark Daniel
Duetz-Fahr have expanded the 5 series range to include a 127hp flagship model – the 5125.4. Duetz-Fahr have expanded the 5 series range to include a 127hp flagship model – the 5125.4.

Deutz-Fahr has recently expanded the 5-Series range to include a 127HP flagship model.

Dubbed the 5125.4 – along with the extra horsepower and standard frame size – this tractor features a new hydraulic system with a maximum flow rate of 90 litre/min. This is delivered by an open centre hydraulic system, feeding the three adjustable rear remotes offered as standard.

Operator comfort is also enhanced with the addition of hydro-block cab suspension, which the manufacturer suggests is a cost-effective alternative to a full mechanical suspension system, helping to absorb harsh bumps and shock loadings.

Well specified, the Deutz Fahr 5-Series also includes as standard, the Stop and Go clutch-less braking system. It also includes the SDD quick steer system, that reduces the number of turns of the steering wheel from lock to lock, as well as 4-wheel braking delivered by integral disc units in the front axle hubs. 

Additionally, the electronically-governed engine offers improved throttle response and smoother power delivery – with an engine-speed memory function with push button resets. A 4-post cabin layout delivers enhanced visibility in all directions.

Moving from winter into spring, Power Farming will be offering an extensive demonstrator programme, showcasing all models in the Deutz Fahr ranges, throughout its nationwide dealer network.

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