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Steer quicker with the VarioActive steering system. With its introduction into 200 Vario, Fendt also offers the VarioActive steering system in the compact tractor class. With activated VarioActive steering, the number of steering wheel turns from full lock to full lock is halved. Using the superimposed steering system, a greater steering ratio can be activated by the touch of a button. It adapts to the steering movement and road speed, resulting in enhanced operating comfort, especially for front loader work in small farmyards or on headlands.

The VarioActive superimposed steering

The VarioActive superimposed steering system allows you to achieve full steering lock with just one turn, which pays dividends when working with front loaders and in farmyards, and on headlands.

Let someone else do the steering

Well thought-out to the last detail, but always with an eye on the big picture – all Fendt tractors offer you intuitive operation combined with functionality across all ranges. Pioneering technologies are also installed in the smallest Fendt tractors.

The new Fendt 200 Varios come ready for automatic steering systems. Various options are available for track recognition with GPS receivers up to RTK accuracy. The preinstalled module includes the hydraulic steering valve and the required sensors,allowing you to focus on your implement.

The guidance system enables maximum operating efficiency, as overlapping or damage to your crops is prevented.

The Fendt 200 Vario offers you interfaces to automated steering systems with GPS receivers up to RTK accuracy.

The Fendt 200 Vario has a TIM guidance-ready interface which enables communication with an automated steering system via the ISOBUS standard.

The VarioActive superimposed steering system allows you to achieve full steering lock with just one turn, which pays dividends when working with front loaders and in farmyards, and on headlands.