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Deutz Argentina S.A.
Predecessor DECA
Successor Deutz AGCO Motores
Founded 198X
Defunct 1996 (merged in a joint venture with AGCO)
Headquarters Haedo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Products agriculture machinery tractors, trucks
Parent Deutz AG
Website http://www.deutzargentina.com.ar/

Deutz Argentina was a manufacturing company based in Haedo, Buenos Aires, Argentina. They manufactured tractors, engines and trucks.

In 1988, an agreement was made with Agrale of Brazil to provide tractors and larger engines technology in return for their technology on trucks and smaller engines. The Agrale-Deutz brand was launched for tractors, and Deutz Argentina built trucks under the Deutz-Agrale name.

In 1992, after a productive break of more than 10 years, the Deutz-Agrale Dynamic was presented, a product developed jointly with the Brazilian company Agrale, responsible for the design and provision of the cabin. For its part, Deutz Argentina was responsible for the development of the engine, chassis and other mechanical elements. In 1995, his successor came, the Deutz-Agrale Stark and in 1998, the Deutz Stallion, the latter being the last vehicle produced by the brand, leaving the line in 2001. Currently, Deutz Argentina produces diesel engines at its Haedo plant for various applications besides automotive, including agricultural, construction, mining and generator sets.

In 1996, the Deutz Argentina operations was sold to AGCO of the USA, and the Deutz-Allis brand was renamed AGCO-Allis in 2001.

Model rangeEdit

Truck models built by Deutz Argentina
Model Year(s) Produced Horsepower Engine Type Misc Notes Photo
Deutz-Agrale Dynamic 198X-199X Deutz Dynamic in Camión Argentino
Deutz-Agrale Stark 199X-199X Deutz Stark in Camión Argentino
Deutz Stallion 12-130 199X-199X Deutz Stallion 12-130 in Camión Argentino
Deutz Stallion 15-160 199X-199X Deutz Stallion 15-160 in Camión Argentino
Tractor Models built by Deutz Argentina
Model Year(s) Produced Horsepower Engine Type Misc Notes Photo
Deutz-Fahr AX 80 198X-198X Deutz AX 80 in Pesados Argentinos
Deutz-Fahr AX 100 198X-199X Deutz AX 100 in Pesados Argentinos
Deutz-Fahr AX 110 198X-199X Deutz AX 110 in Pesados Argentinos
Deutz-Fahr AX 120 198X-199X Deutz AX 120 in Pesados Argentinos
Deutz-Fahr AX 160 198X-199X Deutz AX 160 in Pesados Argentinos
Deutz-Fahr AX 3.100 198X-199X Deutz AX 3.100 in Pesados Argentinos
Deutz-Fahr AX 3.120 198X-199X Deutz AX 3.120 in Pesados Argentinos
Deutz-Fahr AX 4.60 198X-199X Deutz AX 4.60 in Pesados Argentinos
Deutz-Fahr AX 4.75 198X-199X Deutz AX 4.75 in Pesados Argentinos
Deutz-Fahr AX 4.100 198X-199X Deutz AX 4.100 in Pesados Argentinos
Deutz-Fahr AX 4.120 198X-199X Deutz AX 4.120 in Pesados Argentinos
Deutz-Fahr AX 4.125 198X-199X Deutz AX 4.125 in Pesados Argentinos
Deutz-Fahr AX 4.140 198X-199X Deutz AX 4.140 in Pesados Argentinos
Deutz-Fahr AX 4.145 198X-199X Deutz AX 4.145 in Pesados Argentinos
Deutz-Fahr AX 4.160 198X-199X Deutz AX 4.160 in Pesados Argentinos
Deutz-Fahr AX 4.170 198X-199X Deutz AX 4.170 in Pesados Argentinos
Deutz-Fahr AX 4.190 198X-199X Deutz AX 4.190 in Pesados Argentinos


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