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Superior performance. Perfection in detail.

Fundamental innovations have found their way into the Fendt 800 Vario, ones that further improve the efficiency of the tractor series. Lively handling up to 60 km/h through greater dynamics, higher torque and improved power availability. At the same time, intelligent solutions, such as the tractor management system TMS, ensure low consumption of both fuel and AdBlue. The VarioGrip tyre pressure regulation system provides efficiency that is transferred directly to the ground.

Integrated enhanced performance

More dynamics and more stable speeds thanks to twin turbochargerFendt twin intercooler

With a maximum output of up to 287 hp, the Fendt 800 Vario delivers high performance. The sixcylinder Deutz engine, featuring a common rail highpressure injection system and a 6.06 litre cubic capacity, provides liveliness and dynamics. A high injection pressure of 2,000 bar ensures fine atomisation and therefore the best combustion in the engine.

Fuel efficiency thanks to low rated speed

The engine performance allows the rated speed to be reduced to 2,100 rpm. This not only further improves fuel efficiency, but also provides for a pleasantly low noise level.

Optimal solution for emissions Stage 4 / Tier 4 final

The intelligent solution for compliance with the new Stage 4 / Tier 4 final emissions standard is decisive for the economy of the drive train. That is why Fendt has equipped the engine with an exhaust after-treatment that enables the lowest fuel and AdBlue consumption. Exhaust after-treatment is a combination of SCR technology, the passive diesel particulate filter and the external AGRex exhaust gas recirculation.

The high-grade solution for extremely low operating costs: the combination of external exhaust gas recirculation (AGRex), passive diesel particulate filter (CSF) and SCR technology.

Environmentally friendly and intelligent

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AGRex external exhaust gas recirculation

The external exhaust gas recirculation ensures that the nitrogen oxides NOx are already reduced before they reach the exhaust line. That is more economical, because less AdBlue is required in the exhaust line to further reduce the nitrogen oxides.

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    AGRex external exhaust gas recirculation

    The external exhaust gas recirculation ensures that the nitrogen oxides NOx are already reduced before they reach the exhaust line. That is more economical, because less AdBlue is required in the exhaust line to further reduce the nitrogen oxides.

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    Diesel particulate filter Coated Soot Filter (CSF)

    The passive coated soot filter is regenerated while driving and does not need to be actively started. No additional fuel is required for regeneration. The coated soot filters in Fendt tractors are designed for a long life, replacement is not necessary.

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    SCR engine technology

    With SCR technology, exhaust is after-treated with Adblue, a 32.5 percent solution of urea, which converts nitrous oxides NOx into non-toxic nitrogen and water.

Can do more with twin intercooling

The air that has been pre-compressed in the turbocharger is cooled down by an additional charge-air intercooler, before it is further compressed in the highpressure turbocharger. Thus the engine can take in a larger air mass with the same volume, which also means more oxygen. This results in more efficient fuel combustion and improved performance.

The reversible fan can reverse the air stream automatically – now as a headland management sequence – so the cooler elements are effectively blown clean. What's special: Depending on the cooling requirements, the position of the fan blades is adjusted to increase the cooling efficiency. That saves fuel.

Engine characteristics – Fendt 828 Vario

Through the well-rounded torque curve, more power is already available in the lower speed range. Furthermore, the constant power range provides a broader engine speed band over which the maximum power can be called up. In this range, the rated speed is equivalent to the maximum power.

Steplessly efficient. Fendt Vario transmission.

Continuously variable Vario transmission ML 220

For years now, continuously variable transmissions have proven their leading efficiency and performance and have become the first choice. Operators are always in the position to work at the optimal speed, which means considerable savings potential. You save valuable working time in different operations through higher area coverage and also profit from low fuel consumption. With separate transmission and hydraulic oil supplies, means that dirt cannot enter the transmission.

Perfect settings and driving strategies

Thanks to intelligent pre-settings, it is easy to perform work. For example, engine speed and cruise control speeds can be pre-programmed in the Varioterminal and easily activated during operation using the multifunction joystick – especially practical for PTO work, for example. The different driving strategies are also adapted to operations and individual preferences. Drivers can control the speed with either the joystick with four acceleration rates or the foot pedal.

Automatically at the optimum

Important automated functions are included with the stepless drive, ones that further optimise the coordination of the engine and transmission and reduce the operator’s workload. The most important function for this is the fully automatic maximum output control 2.0. It regulates the transmission ratio dependent on the preset speed and the power demand, so that the engine speed is lowered into the range of optimal fuel consumption. There are different optimum values that can be set as the load limit for different types of work, such as transport, heavy-duty pulling or for work with PTO-driven implements. The tractor sets the ideal load limit automatically. Operators therefore do not need to actively adjust the maximum output control to each operation. And the interplay between the engine and transmission is just right for every operation. Alternately, operators can also set the maximum output control manually.

Continuously variable Vario transmission ML 220

The Fendt Vario transmission is a hydrostatic-mechanical power split drive. With increasing speed, the share of the mechanical power transmitted through the planetary set increases. The hydrostats can be swung 45 degrees and have a high operating pressure of max. 550 bar – this ensures exceptional efficiency.

The inner housing of the transmission unit has been strengthened. It stands up to higher pressure and is designed for increasing demands.

Fast, versatile – superior.

Nine features ensure an exceptional driving sensation:

  • the self-levelling front axle suspension
  • the Fendt Stability Control (FSC)
  • the Fendt Reaction steering system
  • VarioActive superimposed steering system
  • the shock load stabilising
  • the cab suspension
  • the seat suspension
  • the automatic steering axle lock
  • the intelligent brake light control

Haul 37 tonnes more a day

The Fendt 800 Vario has a top speed of 60 km/h at an engine speed of only 1,750 rpm, which gives it an up to 16% higher transport capacity* and lower fuel consumption. Those are advantages that make the difference at the end of the day: for example, a Fendt 800 Vario with a transport capacity of a total of 230 tonnes in ten hours moves 37 tonnes more thanks to the higher speed. When the Fendt 800 Vario is driven at a top speed of 50 km/h, it drives even more econmically at just 1,450 rpm.

*in-house measurement

Maximum on-road and in-field driving safety

The chassis guarantees optimum operability on the road and in the field. With the unique Fendt Stability Control FSC you always have a safe feeling when driving, even when negotiating curves. At the same time, the practically maintenance-free braking system, comprising wet disc brakes on the cardan shaft and the rear wheels, increases driving safety. The chassis design provides the best ride comfort as well as optimum ergonomics.

Fendt Stability Control (FSC) provides additional stability and steering precision when driving above 20 km/h on the road. When the driving speed drops below 15 km/h, compensation between the left and right side is possible again, which guarantees the best ground contact.

Pulling power through self-levelling front axle suspension

The coordination of the front axle suspension of the Fendt 800 Vario has been optimised for heavy draft operations. This enables a 7% higher transfer of traction than an axle without suspension, since the wheels adapt themselves ideally to the ground, which prevents inefficient power-hopping.

The Fendt 800 Vario has a self-levelling front axle suspension as standard. It has a120-mm suspension travel, plenty to level uneven surfaces. The +/- 8° swing angle ensures stability while driving. The 50° maximum steering angle on the front axle guarantees maximum manoeuvrability. The entire suspension travel can be run through manually when standing still, e.g. for picking up a front weight without front linkage.

Driving dynamics with safety and comfort

In relation to the standard setting, with VarioActive one only needs approx. 60% fewer turns of the steering wheel for the same wheel angle. With VarioActive, you profit through the faster reaction of the steering during tight turning manoeuvres at the headlands. For reasons of safety, it can only be used from 0 – 25 km/h.