Deutz Fahr 7250 TTV Warrior: Battling for a place

An attractive price tag wooed our featured contracting business to try a Deutz Fahr 7250 TTV Warrior. After three years and over 3,450 hours how has it fared?

13 Jul 2020

When it was first launched in 2011, Deutz Fahr’s 7250 took the company into a completely new market segment – the 250hp and stepless transmission bracket. Clearly designed to take on the likes of the Case IH Puma CVX and Fendt 828 Vario headon, the new Deutz model had a lot going for it aside from its Italian-esque hot-hatch styling. With a 6.1-litre Deutz engine, stepless ZF gearbox and a distinctive yet comfortable cab interior it gave the competition something to think about. In fact the combination of the lively power-plant and ZF’s S-matic transmission proved to be one of the most economical available as proved by our tractor tests – the 7250 TTV was rated as one of the most fuel efficient tractors in its power bracket in our 2015 DLG Powermix test.