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What makes you choose one piece of equipment over another? If you're like most producers, that final decision comes down to how that machine will benefit your operation and what key features will play an integral part when it comes to getting the most out of a machine.

Available in five models that range from 200 to 275 PTO hp., the Fendt 900 Series Vario tractors are packed with advancements that push the envelope in productivity. Equipped with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology, this 900 Series delivers up to 7% better fuel efficiency than previous models.

A reversing operator station, which is an option available on all machines, allows 180° rotation of the entire front console, driver station, and dash.

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Lift implements with ease thanks to the 19,800-pound maximum rear lift capacity. The front can handle up to 9,000 pounds.

With 22 equipment connections, this Series combines versatility with trouble-free connections to offer optimum compatibility between the tractor and the implement.

Weighing in at just over 23,000 pounds (unladen weight) on all models, these machines are light on their rubber feet and offer a power-to-weight ratio of 64 pounds per horsepower (hp).

Inside the cab, low lines of sight offer better visibility, while the tinted front and side windows provide an inviting working environment.

Cab clutter is reduced with a 10.4-inch Varioterminal monitor. This touch screen terminal puts control of all tractor functions – including all tractor and implement controls, camera functions, operation documentation, and the automatic steering system – in one place. The monitor can display up to four applications at once.

The suggested price for this 900 Series ranges from $238,900 to $314,225.

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