AGCO Corporation has introduced the MF 6S Series. The new tractor delivers up to 180 HP — the highest from a four-cylinder on the market. It pairs power with intuitive controls and advanced technology for high performance in a wide range of applications.
The MF 6S Series is available in four models based on horsepower — 145, 155, 165 and 180 — and features a 4.9-liter AGCO Power engine. Operators can choose from two transmission options for maximum productivity that meets their particular power requirements. The Dyna-6 transmission offers maximum fuel efficiency through 24 forward and reverse speeds up to 31 mph. AGCO says the Dyna-VT transmission enables operators to select the exact speed without compromising engine RPM for optimal output in any situation. This transmission option is also available with a 50 gal/min load-sensing hydraulic system. With a maximum lift capacity of 21,164 lb., outstanding towing capacity and an increased gross vehicle weight of up to 27,558 lb., the MF 6S Series excels with heavy loads and demanding implements.
In keeping with the overall S Series design introduced with the MF 8S Series, the cab layout uses simple color coding on all controls for quick identification and easy operation. AGCO says deluxe models also feature a new ergonomic armrest with the customizable MultiPad lever and E/H Multifunction joystick for intuitive, effortless control of all major functions. The optional Datatronic 5 terminal features an easy-to-navigate digital dashboard that can be customized for operator preference. This cutting-edge technology also makes operation quick and easy, allowing producers to change setups on hydraulics, transmission, and engine from one convenient terminal for maximum efficiency in any application, the company says.
The MF 6S Series is available with fully integrated loader provisions and factory-installed live third function with proportional command. The tractor boasts a lifting capacity of up to 5,070 lb., and a height of over 13 ft., making it ideal for heavy-duty applications in hay and livestock operations.