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Puma 4.0

Puma 4.0




Meet the world leader in the 4-row self-propelled harvester range: the Puma 4.0.

You can confidently rely on AVR's self-propelled harvester to help meet your current farming challenges. This heavy-duty, reliable and user-friendly machine will process up to 100 tonnes of potatoes per hour with all the correct settings. Even in wet weather conditions, this gentle giant will soldier on. Your Puma can now also be connected to the web. This will enable you to capture your machine data on the AVR Connect platform to work even more efficiently after an initial assessment.

Ensure an optimal use of your Puma 4.0! In an instant, the digging unit can be converted for harvesting carrots or picking up onions.

AVR Connect: next-level harvesting


This machine can be connected to the internet which allows for machine data to be transmitted to AVR Connect.

AVR Connect is an online reporting tool for your machine activities, and an online collection system for all your machine data, both on and off the field.

AVR Connect offers you more data and consequently a more effective use of your machine and resources.

  • Applying precision farming techniques makes your work more efficient, leading to lower costs.
  • Statistics provide insight into improvement opportunities.
  • Easy access using your e-mail address and password.
  • Personal, safe and user-friendly platform.

AVR Comfort Drive on Puma 4.0 ACC


With the All Conditions Control digging unit, users can harvest either using diabolos or using probes, i.e. without exerting any pressure on the ridge. The advanced control technology responsible for depth control when harvesting using probes, the AVR Comfort Drive, works with great accuracy, which means the digging unit, and as a consequence the whole machine, can be operated more stable than ever.


Immediate advantages for the user:

  • More comfortable for the driver
    • The control performs very well under all circumstances (also in case of spray tracks, on inclined terrains, etc.), meaning manual intervention is no longer necessary.
  • A precise control also improves the harvesting quality
    • A potato harvester’s performance is largely determined by an accurate harvesting depth. Harvesting should not be too deep, nor should it be too shallow. The less soil enters the harvester, the less processing is required. This means less load on the machine, resulting in a higher harvesting speed, less wear and a lower fuel consumption per hectare.
  • Also at higher speeds, the control – and as a consequence the whole machine – remains remarkably stable.

Specification item Technical Specifications

Puma 4
Rows 4
Inter row distance (cm) 75 or 90
Dimensions (l x w x h in m) 15.45 x 3.50 x 4.0
Weight (kg) 23.500
Bunker capacity (tons) 8
Maximum discharge height -
Power (hp) 469
Drive Hydraulic
Offset/in-line -
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