PFG have launched two new tractors to its Deutz-Fahr 4E series lineup.
Clocking in at 70 kilowatts (95 horsepower), the 4100.4E features a new cabin, while the 63kW (85hp) 4090.4E ROPS is the first European style Deutz Fahr Roll-Over-Protection tractor made available to the Australian market.
On release the company said the all-purpose tractors have demonstrable power, manoeuvrability and excellent loader capabilities.
PFG, Deutz-Fahr tractor specialist, Anthony Darveniza said both tractors were powered by a compact Deutz-Fahr 4-cylinder, 4000 CC (4.0 Litre) turbocharged, inter-cooled engine, the design of which allowed the minimalist dimensions and reduction in weight.
"These powerful yet compact tractors will provide unequalled versatility in the field and on the road," he said.
"With a CreepSpeed of just 280 metres an hour, and a top speed of 40 kilometres an hour, these tractors are a good fit for any job from large life style blocks, to the challenging and precise applications required by grape growers and horticulturalists.
"In addition, these tractors are so easy to operate and maintain that numerous operators can jump on and be driving within minutes."
Mr Darveniza said the transmission provides 30 forward and 15 reverse gears in five synchronised speed gears and three range gears, including creep, and synchronised shuttle.
He said the synchronised shuttle enables forward and reverse to be selected through the simple movement of a lever, when using a front-end loader.
The tractors also feature four-wheel braking, a 4WD front axle to increase manoeuvrability and hydrostatoc steering.
The new tractors join the 46kW (62hp) and 60kW (80hp) 4E models.