The John Deere 6R 185 tractor is leading in transport with the lowest fuel consumption* in the DLG-Transport-PowerMix-Test 2.0. below 250 hp
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* The 6R 185 reached the lowest fuel consumption with 355 g/kWh Fuel + 14 g/kWh DEF in the DLG-Transport-PowerMix-Test 2.0 (Road transport at heavy transport and light transport condition at 40 km/h), in the Segment below 250 hp. DLG Test report 7237 01/2022
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