The Unimog has always been a peripheral figure in British agriculture during its 70-year lifespan, but Mercedes hopes a thorough overhaul of its engine and transmission will broaden its appeal. It retains its ability to pull loads faster and more safely than most farm tractors, while beefing up several components has meant the pto can now handle 300hp rather than the previous 170hp. Eight models are split across three chassis sizes, offering outputs of 160-300hp from its four and six-cylinder […]
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