AGCO releases limited-edition Challenger tractor

AGCO unveiled its limited-edition Challenger tractor featuring a midnight-black paint scheme, Rigid Industries LED Lighting package and other custom attributes at the Farm Progress Show 2015.

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Challenger, a worldwide brand of AGCO Corporation, announces its introduction of the X-Edition Challenger MT700E/MT800E Series track tractor with a stunning midnight-black paint scheme at the Farm Progress Show last week.

“The X-Edition track tractor stands apart from any tractor you have ever seen with unique features, such as a custom, midnight-black finish,” states Ash Alt, AGCO Tactical Marketing Manager for High-Horsepower Tractors. “But we didn’t stop there. The X-Edition has a unique logo, exclusive limited-edition serial number plate, custom Rigid Industries LED Lighting package, deluxe embroidered heated-and-vented leather seats, specialized diamond plate debris deflectors, and diamond plate floor mats. Customers should act fast and talk to their local Challenger dealer, as there only will be 50 X-Edition track tractors produced.”

In addition to its custom attributes, the X-Edition tractor also has the enhanced features of the 2016 Challenger models, including a deluxe cab, premium Kicker sound system, Delphi radio with Bluetooth and integrated microphone, infotainment hookups, adjustable monitor bar with RAM mounts with power strip and AgCommand Standard Plus.

The X-Edition Challenger is available for United States and Canadian residents to pre-order through dealers on a first-come, first-served basis until December 31, 2015. Those interested will have opportunities to see it in person before the end of the year at regional farm shows and dealer events across the country. Follow the X-Edition on the Challenger website, Facebook page, and YouTube channel, as well as Twitter and use #ChallengerXEdition to get updates on where and when the X-Edition will be on display to see it first hand.