Five reasons why you should secure yourself a Fendt 200 Vario, while you still can

With more than 12,000 units sold, the 200 Vario Standard has been astounding farmers for 11 years – wherever compact conditions in terms of low height, manoeuvrability and weight are key factors. Whether grassland farming, in Alpine conditions or for farmyard or front-loader work.

The Vario series is convincing with its versatility, reliability and exceptional value stability. Anyone who has ever experienced a Fendt 200 Vario, does not want to miss its benefits – both out on the field and on the books. The current series is entering its final sales season before the next generation arrives. So it's well worth a closer look at this treasured and stably Fendt series.

The Fendt 200 Vario will make quite an impact on your farm! Get ready to be impressed:

1. Benefit from the Vario's added boost

Independent publications* show that this saves you up to 7% in working hours* and up to 9% diesel* compared to shift gears*, depending on the type of farm. For a 50 ha forage farm*, that's up to 34 working hours a year. Additional 6,500 litres of diesel are saved in 5,000 operating hours.

In terms of cash benefits with the continuous system, that's over €12,000**!

Basic data:
*Landwirtschaftliches Wochenblatt Westfalen-Lippe, 5-2001; 50 ha forage farm;
**Our own calculations based on: 100 hp tractor, 500 operating hours per year – runtime of 10 years and 5,000 operating hours; average consumption 11 litres of diesel / operating hour;
***Saved operating costs: rental costs for a 100 hp tractor – €16.50/operating hour*** – 340 operating hours = €5,610/5,000 operating hours; (machinery syndicate rates for 100 hp – https://www.mr-bayreuth.de/images/inhalte/ verrechnungsheft2018.pdf;

2. Premium quality for outstanding value stability

A glance at the current used machinery market and independent reviews in Agrartechnik (3/2020) confirms the unique value stability of a Fendt as a sought-after and highly valued machine. A safe investment with premium quality and future-proof technology as a real asset.

3. Level-controlled front axle suspension for more area output and driving comfort

The level-controlled front axle suspension with anti-roll control guarantees with permanent ground contact the best traction and increases your area output up to 7%. Due to the built-in anti-roll control, driving is perfectly safe and comfortable even on hillsides or with front-loader use.

4. Incredibly manoeuvrable and lightweight, slope-proof by its low centre of gravity.

Dimensions to get excited about: the 200-series with wasp waist starts under an unladen weight of 3.9 tonnes, a minimum height of 2.46 metres and a turning circle of just 9.35 metres. The 200-series wins wherever narrow conditions and precision are key factors; whether front-loader use, work in alpine conditions or soil-friendly crop care.

5. VarioActive halves the steering wheel rotations

With the VarioActive superimposed steering system, you can reach the full steering angle with half the turns, which pays off at front-loader work and in the farmyard, as well as on headlands.

Customer Voices

Gerard Healy, Stuart Bowman, Don Murray & Duncan McNeil, farmers & contractors, Australia - 200 to 900 Vario

Gerard Healy, Stuart Bowman, Don Murray & Duncan McNeil, farmers & contractors, Australia - 200 to 900 Vario

Olive harvest = snail speed, working speed 0.4 km/h
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Dominique Marcelli, entrepreneur on Corsica, France - 210, 939 Vario

Dominique Marcelli, entrepreneur on Corsica, France - 210, 939 Vario

With Fendt, I found attentive people who support my projects with a truly constructive approach without imposing their opinions on me.
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Eivind Hellum, fruit grower from Vestfold, Norway - 211 Vario F

Eivind Hellum, fruit grower from Vestfold, Norway - 211 Vario F

The combination of being physically small and strong at the same time makes it a little powder keg
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Walter Bernard, responsible for wine-growing at the Cloister Muri-Gries, South Tyrol - 207 V, 209 V, 211 Vario

Walter Bernard, responsible for wine-growing at the Cloister Muri-Gries, South Tyrol - 207 V, 209 V, 211 Vario

The Fendt is like no other machine!
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René Messer, farmer and contractor, Kanton Argau, Switzerland - 211, 716, 939 Vario

René Messer, farmer and contractor, Kanton Argau, Switzerland - 211, 716, 939 Vario

Since we live and work in a very hilly region, we passed over the 200-hp category and went straight to the tractors from the 300-hp class.
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Andrea Wirsching, fruit- and wine-grower, Germany - 313, 210 Vario

Andrea Wirsching, fruit- and wine-grower, Germany - 313, 210 Vario

For us, the key factor is machine reliability, in other words, not prone to breaking down.
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Jan Kalbitz, CEO of the fruit producer company Obstland AG Dürrweitzschen - 200 P Vario

Jan Kalbitz, CEO of the fruit producer company Obstland AG Dürrweitzschen - 200 P Vario

There's a level interplay of operational requirements, product and service
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Jacob van den Borne, arable farm, Netherlands

Jacob van den Borne, arable farm, Netherlands

The technology sounds complex, but it's so easy to use.
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Rachel & Benoit Billeter-de Montmollin, Montmollin Estate - 200 V, 200 Vario

Rachel & Benoit Billeter-de Montmollin, Montmollin Estate - 200 V, 200 Vario

We can save ourselves having to buy another tractor.
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Rainer Weil, winemaker - 209 V Vario

Rainer Weil, winemaker - 209 V Vario

Tractor development then gave us the gift of the Vario gearbox for vineyard tractors, making it easier to work comfortably in the cab.
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Strickhof Education and Competence Centre, Switzerland - 211, 312, 716 Vario, 250S

Strickhof Education and Competence Centre, Switzerland - 211, 312, 716 Vario, 250S

The Fendt 200 series can more than hold its own in this weight class
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Damiano und Paolo Cazzola, owner of an agricultural company, Salizzole, Italy - Katana 65/85; 30 Fendt tractors

Damiano und Paolo Cazzola, owner of an agricultural company, Salizzole, Italy - Katana 65/85; 30 Fendt tractors

The cultivated areas are increasing, and with it the work. This is where Fendt is a help.
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Stefan Fünfschilling, fruit- and wine-grower, Germany - 200 Vario V/F/P, 500 Vario

Stefan Fünfschilling, fruit- and wine-grower, Germany - 200 Vario V/F/P, 500 Vario

One of my friends mows my lawn with the 200er, just for relaxation.
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Clive Chandler, fruit grower from Kent, England - 207 Vario V

Clive Chandler, fruit grower from Kent, England - 207 Vario V

We have what I would call a Fendt system, I've been buying Fendts for many years now and everything fits a Fendt that I have
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Tim Kemp, avocado farmer from New South Wales, Australia  - 209 Vario P

Tim Kemp, avocado farmer from New South Wales, Australia - 209 Vario P

The Fendt performs impressively for every task I use it for, between mulching, spraying and muck spreading I have averaged 5.8 litres per hour
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