The Tucano range represents the mid-range as an example for the status of the world-class acting sponsor, Lexion. The Claas Tucano 320 combine harvester is the smallest model of this premium-middle class and was introduced in 2007. Since 2009 the reliable Mercedes-Benz OM 936 LA was built into it and met the exhaust emission standard tier 4. The high performing 6-cylinder engine with 7.7 l cubic capacity in series brings it to a maximum performance of 180 k/W (245 PS). The 300 series of the Tucano unfortunately has to do without the tried and tested APS system. In the Claas Tucano 320 combine harvester, a 1320 mm drum threshes with a rotation speed of between 650 and 1500 revolutions a minute. The residual grain separation system is based on five straw walker racks which are arranged in four steps and brings it to a separation area of 6.78 m2. The purification takes place in the Claas Tucano 320 combine harvester through a radial fan, which can be controlled and monitored out from the driver's cab. The Special Cut II chopper, known from the Lexion, also allows for optimal use in the Claas Tucano 320 combine harvester. It is optimally fitted out with 69 or 52 closely lying double-sided ground knives. The grain tank has a capacity of 6.500 l and an unloading capacity of 75 l/s. The Claas Tucano 320 combine harvester's driver's cab offers the driver a comfortable and air-conditioned view. The monitoring and altering of current operations is effected by means of the CEBIS Bordsoftware and a 9,4“ large colour screen. For working at night, the Tucano has up to eight work lights available.