Class is the ᴍᴀɴufacturer of the Lexion 770 TerraTrac combination harvester type. The potent Mercedes-Benz engine in this combined harvester is designed to deliver up to 431kW or 577 horsepower to the 17.95t Lexion 770 TerraTrac machine. The Claas Lexion 770 TerraTrac belongs to the combined harvesters category’s stronger machine section.
In contrast to the former models’ 360 rpm to 1,050 rpm range, the rotor speed of the 770 ranges from 450 rpm to 1,250 rpm. Now, hydraulic pressure is used to move the rotor cover plates rather than an electric actuator. The yield monitoring system’s calibration takes place in a detachable container that is part of the sampling window. A big cab, a top road speed of 40 km/h, improved hydraulics, quicker electronics, a new generation of tracks, a colour CEBIS display, a new line of headers, and numerous other improvements to increase productivity and operator comfort are all features of the new Lexion line. As Claas wants to grow its range of machines, the new flagship 770 provides lots of potential for higher numbers in the series, so keep an eye on this space.
The list price for this model ranges from €450000 to €572000. In 2012, Lexion 770 TerraTrac ᴍᴀɴufacturing came to an end. Check out the Lectura Valuation system for more precise pricing and current residual values. The most popular models on Lectura specs are Tucano 320 and Avero 420, which Claas presently makes in 27 additional combine harvesters with power outputs ranging from 116kW to 460kW. There have been about 27 units of this Lexion 770 TerraTrac combine harvester produced over its 5-year lifespan, with an average cost of €227300.
Let’s see CLAAS LEXION 795 TT – Claas Lexion 770 Grain harvester at the wheat harvest in the ᴀᴡᴇsome video below.
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Video resource: Norbert Schindhelm