JAGUAR

The only choice. The new JAGUAR line-up.

More productivity, more choice, more comfort, more yield: the  JAGUAR 960-930 offers all these qualities - and in so doing represents a class in its own right.

Engines

JAGUAR 980-930 (Type 497)

Powerful MAN and Mercedes-Benz engines.

CLAAS POWER SYSTEMS encompasses the full range of drive technology and matches it with the appropriate engine to form an optimally tuned and integrated drive system. This results in the highest level of efficiency available in the market.

MAN V12 and V8 engines are available for the JAGUAR 980 and the JAGUAR 970. These engines are distinguished by their extremely smooth running characteristics and exceptional efficiency. The JAGUAR 960 to 930 models are equipped with powerful Mercedes-Benz engines.

JAGUAR 980-930 (Type 497)

To meet Tier 4 standards in North America, an exhaust-gas aftertreatment system downline from the engine is used to ensure compliance. This system uses Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) to convert the nitrogen oxides in the exhaust flow into nitrogen and water. The urea solution is carried in a 34 gal (130 l) tank. Urea consumption is about 3.5-4% of the diesel consumption.

JAGUAR 970 – DYNAMIC POWER

JAGUAR 980-930 (Type 497)

The engine is flexibly mounted to the chassis to minimize noise and vibration. This means you get the best of both worlds: immense power reserves plus top driver comfort.

  • Fuel-efficient performance with low noise
  • Compliance with the statutory emissions limits
  • Steady power rise up to the ideal engine speed of 1800 rpm

Model

Engine Type

Horsepower (ECE R120 @ 1,800rpm)

JAGUAR 980

MAN V12

884 hp

JAGUAR 970

MAN V8

775 hp

JAGUAR 960

Mercedes-Benz Inline 6

626 hp

JAGUAR 950

Mercedes-Benz Inline 6

585 hp

JAGUAR 940

Mercedes-Benz Inline 6

516 hp

JAGUAR 930

Mercedes-Benz Inline 6

462 hp

Effective and reliable. The cooling system.

JAGUAR 980-930 (Type 497)

New: Significantly enhanced cooling performance.

Record-breaking performance is no excuse for breaking out in a sweat. In the JAGUAR, horizontal slab radiators provide effective cooling under all harvesting conditions. The large surface area of the radiator screen keeps air speeds down, thereby reducing dirt build-up. The screen itself is kept clean by a rotating extractor arm.

The airflow from the fan is directed past the engine and can escape practically unhindered through the large air outlet at the rear. As a result, the JAGUAR can be counted on to continue operating reliably even in extremely hot weather.

JAGUAR 980-930 (Type 497)

Breathing easy.

Large air filters ensure long and reliable operation. Pre-treated engine air is drawn in directly from the radiator compartment. When necessary, the filters can be removed without the need for tools and can be cleaned straight away in the field. The integrated compressor delivers 600 l of air per minute at 9.5 bar. This is sufficient to also allow air-driven tools to be operated and to supply the optional trailer braking system which is available for the JAGUAR.

JAGUAR 980-930 (Type 497)

Large tank for extended working.

The extremely well thought-out tank concept lends itself to extended working. In forage harvesters with exhaust gas aftertreatment, the urea solution only needs to be replenished during every other refuelling stop.

JAGUARDiesel tankAuxiliary diesel tank (option)Total diesel capacityUrea tank
980-970317 gal. (1200 l)79 gal. (300 l)396 gal. (1500 l)-
960-930277 gal. (1050l)79 gal. (300 l)356 gal. (1350 l)34 gal. (130l)

JAGUAR 980 and 970 models are not subject to Tier 4 emission standards and are not equipped with a urea tank or SCR technology.

 

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