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Valtra N Series

Productivity demands versatility

The Valtra N Series represents Nordic practicality at its best, encouraging year-round use even in the most demanding conditions.

The N Series with its compact design and power range up to 163 horsepower offers the ideal solution for most tasks on livestock and crop farms – as well as for municipal and forest applications in keeping with Valtra’s philosophy.

N Series benefits in a nutshell

  • Outstanding front-loader tractor
  • Reliable AGCO Power engine in all models
  • Spacious and ergonomic cab offers excellent visibility in all directions
  • Valtra Arm - ergonomically located controls in Versu and Direct models
  • Very quiet working environment with noise levels as low as 70dBa
  • TwinTrac reverse drive controls as option in all models
  • AgCommand™ telemetry system as option

Four types of tractors for demanding users

Versu - Driving with comfort

  • Five powershift gears - 30 speeds in both directions
  • Ergonomic Valtra Arm -armrest with easy access to powershift, cruise control, hydraulics, linkage controls and U-Pilot headland management system
  • Easy and comfortable driving with automated transmission functions and brake assist
  • Load sensing hydraulics with 115 l/min or 160 l/min output
  • Separate transmission and hydraulic oils
  • Automatic steering and telemetry systems available as options


Model Max. Power hp (kW)
standard/boost
Max. torque Nm
standard/boost
Hydraulic output l/min
standard (option)
N123 135 (99) / 143 (105) 540/560 115 (160)
N143 152 (112) / 160 (118) 600/650 115 (160)
N163 163 (120) / 171 (126) 650 / 700 115 (160)

Direct - Stepless Power

  • Efficient continuously variable transmission made in Finland
  • Excellent fuel economy: the tractor automatically adjusts the engine speed to the load and runs at the lowest possible revs.
  • Full control and high pulling power even at speeds as low as 10 m/h.
  • Ergonomic Valtra Arm -armrest with easy access to CVT lever, cruise control, hydraulics, linkage controls and U-Pilot headland management system
  • Load sensing hydraulics with 115 l/min or 160 l/min output
  • Separate transmission and hydraulic oils
  • Automatic steering and telemetry systems available as options


Model Max. Power hp (kW)
standard/boost
Max. torque Nm
standard/boost
Hydraulic output l/min
standard (option)
N123 135 (99) / 143 (105) 540/560 115 (160)
N143 152 (112) / 160 (118) 600/650 115 (160)
N163 163 (120) / 171 (126) 650 / 700 115 (160)

HiTech 5 - User-friendly Powershift

  • Five powershift gears - up to 30 speeds in both directions
  • Transmission functions controlled via pushbuttons on an ergonomically located fixed lever.
  • Easy and comfortable driving with automated transmission functions
  • Automated shifting of the four main gears – no gear lever required
  • HiTrol turbine clutch option for smooth start-and-stop
  • Open centre hydraulics, mechanically controlled valves
  • Hydraulics with 73l/min or 90l/min output


Model Max. Power hp (kW)
standard/boost
Max. torque Nm
standard/boost
Hydraulic output l/min
standard (option)
N93 99 (73) /- 430/- 73 (90)
N103 111 (82) / - 465/- 73 (90)
N103.4 111 (82) / 121 (89) 460/490 73 (90)
N113 124 (91) / 130 (96) 510/530 73 (90)
N123 135 (99) / 143 (105) 540/560 73 (90)

HiTech - Reliable Powershift

  • Three-step powershift - up to 36 gears in both directions
  • Easy and comfortable driving with automated transmission functions
  • HiTrol turbine clutch option for smooth start-and-stop
  • Open centre hydraulics, mechanically controlled valves
  • Hydraulics with 73l/min or 90l/min output


Model Max. Power hp (kW)
standard/boost
Max. torque Nm
standard/boost
Hydraulic output l/min
standard (option)
N93 99 (73) /- 430/- 73 (90)
N103 111 (82) / - 465/- 73 (90)
N103.4 111 (82) / 121 (89) 460/490 73 (90)
N113 124 (91) / 130 (96) 510/530 73 (90)
N123 135 (99) / 143 (105) 540/560 73 (90)
N143 152 (112) / 160 (118) 600/650 73 (90)

Valra N Series Northern Ireland
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