The MAN D3876 was presented as a completely new and standalone engine series from MAN in 2014. This 15.26 l in-line 6-cylinder engine has replaced the previous MAN D2868 16.2 l V8 engine in the commercial vehicles sector and will also gradually replace the V8 engine in off-road applications with the introduction of the new emission categories.
MAN Engines is debuting its new straight-six, 145-mm stroke, 115-mm bore engine at Agritechnica, the MAN D1556, which has applications in agricultural machinery. With a power unit that has been developed from the ground up, MAN Engines is making a foray into the 9.0 litre class.
All units are designed for the currently valid US Tier 4 final/CARB and EU stage IV emission standards. With the use of modular exhaust gas aftertreatment, the entire engine range is optimally equipped for the future EU stage V without intervention in the basic engine.
MAN Engines will display its D3876 LE12x 6-cylinder engine at the Agritechnica in Hannover. The power unit was mainly developed for agricultural purposes. The motor satisfies the tight emission standards US EPA Tier 4 final/CARB and EU IV, but is also ready for EU Stage V.
MAN Engines will present its D2862 LE13x 12-cylinder engine for use in agricultural technology applications at the Agritechnica in Hanover. It complies with the strict emissions standard US EPA Tier 4 final/CARB and it's ready for EU Stage V.
The D2676 LE13x in-line six-cylinder engine made by MAN is the new benchmark for powering forage harvesters, combine harvesters and tractors. High flexibility in the widest range of applications as well as appreciably high efficiency convince machinery manufacturers and end users of the quality of the compact power pack.
As a manufacturer and developer of diesel engines, MAN is affiliated with the agricultural industry since the early 20’s. The innovative power units were first installed in its own farming machines, ranging from motorised plough to tractors, but were later mostly sold to other manufacturers