Canadian-built Buhler Versatile tractors are a rare sight on European soils.
But increasing interest from European punters – and the fact it’s now owned by Russian combine builder Rostselmash – has prompted the maker to start upping its presence. So much so that it decided to show off its machines at Agritechnica for the first time this year.
Interest has been particularly high since the launch of the firm’s Quadtrac rival earlier this year. The 550hp Delta Track has a very similar setup to the Case IH alternative, but should be a bit cheaper.
Versatile says it is already talking to dealers in Europe and the UK, and we will no doubt see more of its machines in the next few years.