A strong and dependable companion.

Technically top of its class. Extremely easy and comfortable to operate. Absolute precision. The PistenBully 400 possesses all the features which are essential for work on the roofs of the world. From its comfortable cockpit to its powerful yet economical engine, to its robust frame structure – the new companion has been designed to cater in the most effective way possible for the demands of the driver and the severe conditions of the mountains.

No finer place of work anywhere in the world.

As soon as you enter the cockpit, you feel on top of the world. The PistenBully 400 is impressive any time you look at it – whether for the first time or for the hundredth time. Our insistence on top quality design and our extensive experience have combined to create a place of work which is absolutely without equal. And the impression lasts!

Details that speak for themselves.

The extremely spacious cockpit has been built using Kässbohrer’s tried and trusted hybrid construction method, is very stable and is ROPS certified in accordance with DIN 30770 and ÖN 9850. The large windscreen extends fully downwards and provides perfect all-round visibility. A pleasant low-noise working atmosphere is ensured by means of numerous sound insulation features in the floor pan, the cockpit ceiling and the external paneling. When the temperature falls below freezing, heat is provided to the floor area and the side windows by means of two separate heat exchangers equipped with blowers.

Robust running gear. For controlled power in the terrain.

The best running features for the best pushing capabilities. This optimally balanced vehicle ensures a pleasant driving experience and produces perfectly prepared slopes, something for the PistenBully 400 driver to look forward to.

Top performance across the board.

The PistenBully 400 combines all the factors which go to ensure trouble-free, safe and precise work. The weight and stability of the main frame have been optimized and the main frame has been constructed using high-strength fine-grain steel that is extremely resistant to cold temperatures. All the carrying axles have long, generously proportioned and shot-peened square flat torsion bar springs, which require minimum levels of maintenance. Optimized axle stops ensure the best driving characteristics.

An illuminating experience.

The PistenBully 400’s lighting concept is an all-round success. Two front headlamps and a twin searchlight are integrated into the roof of the driver’s cab, ensuring clear long-range and working-area illumination. H3 SideFinder lights mounted on the left and right sides of the supporting frame ensure excellent illumination of the slope edges and the side wings of the clearing blade. Two H11 rear spotlights ensure a perfect view of the AlpineFlexTiller and the slope and there is also a service light in the engine compartment which ensures good illumination of the supporting frame area. As an option, it is also possible to have Xenon versions of the front and rear working area spotlights or to have two TreeLine lamps plus two additional Xenon working lights on the support handrail. The overall effect is illumination of the working area which is as good as daylight.