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Maxion
Defunct 1996
Headquarters Canoas City, Brazil
Industry agriculture machinery tractor, Combine harvester
Parent Iochpe-Maxion s.a.
AGCO de Brasil


Maxion tractors, backhoes and Combine harvesters were built in Canoas City, Brazil by Iochpe-Maxion s.a., a diversified industrial company that is involved in the automotive, railroad and other industries. In 1996, Iochpe-Maxion sold its agricultural divisions to AGCO de Brasil, AGCO's Brazilian subsidiary. At the time, Maxion was the Massey Ferguson licensee in Brazil, manufacturing and distributing Massey Ferguson tractors, backhoes and combines; Maxion backhoes and tractors, and IDEAL combines.[1]

ModelsEdit

Maxion Tractor and backhoe Models
Model Year(s) Produced Horsepower Engine Type Misc Notes Photo
Maxion 720 backhoe 75 hp (56 kW) Perkins
Maxion 750 backhoe 82 hp (61 kW) Perkins
Maxion 9070
Maxion 9075
Maxion 9090
Maxion 9110 Perkins
Maxion 9130 Perkins
Maxion 9150 Perkins Maxion 9150 MFWD-1994
Maxion 9170 160 hp (120 kW) Maxion 9170 MFWD-1994


Combine HarvesterEdit

Maxion Combine harvester Models
Model Year(s) Produced Horsepower Engine Type Misc Notes Photo
Maxion MX 90 combine same as IDEAL 9075 International Maxion MX 90 combine
Maxion MX 90 Turbo combine same as IDEAL 9075 International

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