It goes without saying that the introduction of the new 5 Series Deutz-Fahr tractors was dictated primarily by the need to adapt to the current exhaust emission standards, but at the same time it became a bridgehead for introducing several improvements. This practice is used by most manufacturers of agricultural machinery.
The tractor's power unit itself - a proprietary engine called FarMotion - remained the same. It is a 3.9-liter 4-cylinder engine with DPF and SCR catalysts. The SCR system was located in the exhaust pipe, which unfortunately had to significantly increase its diameter. This is an element through which you can distinguish the new "five" from the current one at first glance.
The muffler is located in front of the right front cab pillar and does not significantly restrict visibility. Other elements, such as the DPF filter and the DOC, fit neatly under the hood.
The Deutz-Fahra 5105 GS engine generates 107 HP of maximum power. As in the other models of this series, there is no "power boost" type additional power, so what is available after pressing the gas pedal - is practically available - at any time.
By the way, I must admit that the 107-hp Deutz reacts quite quickly to pressing the gas pedal and is quite flexible. Starting in second gear (in which, after acceleration, work was carried out at a speed of up to 12 km / h) with a lowered disc harrow 2.8 m wide, it was not a major challenge.
Cruise control buttons are also helpful during work. With their help, you can easily program 2 engine speeds and activate or deactivate them. It's a simple yet practical accessory worth having.