Fendt 300 Vario (MY2020)113 hp - 152 hp
The Fendt 300 has been a unique success story since 1980, with 140,000 vehicles sold. This series is perfect for most farms in terms of performance, quality, versatility and outstanding residual value. The 4th generation Vario features the all-new driver’s workstation with FendtONE as well as the high-end model 314 with 152 hp max. output. The concept seamlessly unites machine and office. With this, the 300 Vario is again a pioneer among compact standard tractors.
|Engine||311 Vario||312 Vario||313 Vario||314 Vario|
|Maximum power to ECE R 120||kW/hp||83/113||90/123||98/133||104/142|
|Maximum power with DP ECE R 120||kW/hp||112/152|
Armrest control panel with ingenious colour guidance
Here you will find all functional groups in one place, in colour-coded control panels for gearboxes, power lifts, hydraulic valves and PTOs. There are also 5 freely assignable buttons, so you can customise the controls. The button allocation is set with the Individual Operation Manager (IOM) on the terminal. A clever colour concept helps the driver to quickly find their way around and avoid operator errors. The driver immediately sees whether buttons have been re-allocated by the colour concept. In the IOM you can also reprogram the 19 preset buttons, for functions like pre-activating the steering system (On/Off), the all-round indicator lights (On/Off) and valves.
New 12″ terminals – more functions and display area
The 314 Vario now features the 12″ terminal, which includes all the assist systems, such as Contour Assistant, SectionControl and VariableRateControl. The ever-increasing number of terminal
applications means you need more display room in the tractor.
Together with the new operating philosophy, the new Fendt 314 Vario features an optional second 12″ terminal in the roof on the right-hand side. Up to 6 freely configurable screens are shown on the terminals. The terminals can be operated using the pushdial but also via touch, for easier control. You can also assign the use of the keys in the Individual Operation Manager (IOM) on the terminal. A clever colour concept helps the driver to quickly find their way around and avoid operator errors. Linking the terminals, drivers can customise the display areas and get a better overview.