The power packed into the Claas Xerion 5000 is obvious at first glance. Its shear force becomes apparent by merely looking at its design and the wheels which are all of the same size. However, when developing the original of this vehicle, the manufacturer sought to combine this power with intelligent solutions that make the vehicle versatile enough to be used for a variety of applications. This is why the Xerion is described by Claas to possess intelligent power. As you have come to expect from BRUDER Spielwaren, the model of this original possesses the exact same properties. True to our objective, we developed features for this model - just as for our other models. These features include the wheels that BRUDER designed in such a way that they can be steered through the sliding cab roof and clip-on steering column, while the cab can be rotated without interrupting the transmission connection. Just as in the original, it is possible to steer all 4 wheels simultaneously. During normal use, all wheels are steered while counter-rotating to achieve the smallest possible turn radius. Another unique feature is the offset driving (crab steering) of the original which can be re-enacted by operating an adjusting mechanism attached to the chassis. Apart from these particularities, this tractor stands out from the crowd by features one has come to expect from large BRUDER tractors and which include the glazed cabin with doors that can be opened or the height adjustable rear coupling. For ages 3 years and over. Size H42, W19, D22.5cm. WARNING(S): Only for domestic use. To be used under the direct supervision of an adult. This toy does not provide protection. To prevent possible injury by entanglement remove this toy when the child starts trying to get up on its hands and knees into a crawling position.
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Price Drop City has been tracking this product since Monday 3 August 2015. Since then, the lowest price it has sold for is £35.88 (first seen on Saturday 27 August 2016) and the highest price it has sold for is £55.99 (first seen on Saturday 29 July 2017).
The median price over the time we have been tracking it is £49.99.
This product has changed price seven times since we started tracking it, giving it a price volatility rating of 1.