Claas Arion 620 C
The Arion 620 C 4wd tractor model is manufactured by Claas. Find and download detailed specs and data sheets for this machine here... Read more
The Arion 620 C 4wd tractor model is manufactured by Claas. Find and download detailed specs and data sheets for this machine here.
Equipped with a powerful John Deere engine, this Arion 620 C 5.95t machine can provide 96kW or 128 horse power for the 4wd tractor. The Claas Arion 620 C can be grouped in the biggest machine segment in the 4wd tractors category. The Arion 620 C’s size is 0m x 5.16m x 3.01m.
Since 2007, this model has included Cabin and ISO Bus. Aircondition, Front PTO and Air brakes are not provided on this model as of 2013. There are more detailed specifications and machine descriptions available in the original Claas Arion 620 C specs data sheet. You can download it for free in English, French, Polish, German, Italian, Russian and Spanish on LECTURA Specs.
The production stopped in 2013, where this Arion 620 C was available at a new list price between €82000 and €105000. For more detailed information about pricing and current residual values, check out the LECTURA Valuation system.
Claas currently produces 131 other 4wd tractors, which range from 55kW up to 390kW - the most visited on LECTURA Specs are Axion 930, Arion 550, Axion 950. Throughout the production cycle of this Arion 620 C 4wd tractor, there have been around 131 models that average a price of €38900 for an age of 6 years Want more detailed specifications? Download the latest Claas Arion 620 C specs data sheet on LECTURA Specs today!
Notice: Every data listed is verified by LECTURA Specs team experts. However, incomplete data and mistakes might occur. Contact our team with any change suggestion.
|Engine power||96 kW|
|Transport length||5.16 m|
|Transport height||3.01 m|
|Travel speed||40 km/h|
|Control unit||-/3 ew/dw|
|Engine manuf.||John Deere|
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