1966

Versatile Founded

Versatile was the first company to mass-produce articulated four-wheel drive tractors, starting in 1966 with the D100 and G100. Those groundbreaking tractors were primitive by modern standards, with a 6-cylinder diesel or 8-cylinder gas engine producing 100 horsepower. 1966 models sold for less than $10,000.

Versatile has the claim of being the first North American manufacturer to mass-produce and market articulated four-wheel drive tractors. Since Versatile opened more than 40 years ago, the plant on Clarence Avenue in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada has built over 100,000 tractors. Currently, the plant builds fixed-frame front-wheel assist tractors from 265 to 365 horsepower and articulated four-wheel drives from 380 to 610 horsepower, designed on the cornerstones of reliability, durability, and ease of service and maintenance.


Versatile’s corporate headquarters is Winnipeg, Manitoba where a 700,000 square foot facility is home to the Tractor line and final assembly for the Combine line. Facilities in Vegreville, Alberta (140,000 square feet) and Willmar, Minnesota (135,000 square feet) manufacture the Precision Seeding and Tillage; and Self Propelled Sprayers, respectively. All locations feature product specific manufacturing, assembly, engineering, research/development and test site facilities.

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