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Agrale S.A.
Predecessor AGRISA
Founded 1962
Headquarters Caxias do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Products agriculture machinery tractor, trucks, buses
Parent Francisco Stedile Group

Agrale is a Brazilian manufacturer of agricultural tractors, commercial vehicles, engines, off-road vehicles, chassis (for buses), motorcycles, and scooters. They are based in Caxias do Sul, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul. Established in 1962, the brand's current model line-up consists of the Marrua SUV and pick-up truck. The tractor range include both self-developed models, and ones based on Zetor designs.[1]

The company was originally called AGRISA, and built AGRISA-Bungartz tractors under license of the German-based Bungartz company. Later alliances included Deutz-Fahr, when they built some tractors and trucks under the Agrale-Deutz name, and later with Zetor. In 1965, AGRALE became a part of the Francisco Stedile Group and the name changed to AGRALE. Francisco Stedile Group includes the Lavrale, Fazenda Três Rios, Germani Foods and Yanmar - Agritech tractor companies.

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AGRISA-Bungartz Tractor Models
Model Year(s) Produced Horsepower Engine Type Misc Notes Photo
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Tractor Models built by Agrale for AGCO-Allis
Model Year(s) Produced Horsepower Engine Type Misc Notes Photo
AGCO-Allis 6.65 F 63 hp (47 kW) Deutz by Agrale
AGCO-Allis 6.65 V 63 hp (47 kW) Deutz by Agrale AA 6.65V MFWD (green) - 2002
AGCO-Allis 6.85 F 84 hp (63 kW) Deutz by Agrale


  • 6000 - MWM 4.10 TCA engine - 115 hp
  • 8500 - MWM 4.10 TCA engine - 115 hp
  • 8500 CD - MWM 4.10 TCA engine - 115 hp
  • 8500 CE - MWM ACTEON 4.12 TCE engine - 150 hp
  • 9200 CE - MWM ACTEON 4.12 TCE engine - 150 hp
  • 13000 - MWM 6.10 TCA engine - 173 hp
  • 13000 6x2 - MWM 6.10 TCA engine - 173 hp
  • Fugovan 6000 - MWM Sprint 4.07 TCE engine - 140 hp
  • Fugovan 8000 E-mec - MWM Sprint 4.10 TCA - 115 hp
  • Agrale Marruá - Sport Utility line, also used for military

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