An Overview of the 2018 John Deere S760, S770, S780 and S790 Combines

June 12, 2017

John Deere has rolled out a new line of S700 combines to suit a wide variety of needs through “smart” technology features. The S760, S770, S780 and S790 provide the superior field performance customers expect, along with new concepts for efficient grain harvesting.

John Deere S700 Combine

With new state-of-the-art CommandCenters™ and a host of other shared smart features, these combines are some of the best yet. Let’s take a look at each of the combine models and what customers will get when they invest in these Deere machines.

John Deere S760

John Deere S760

The John Deere S760 comes with a Final Tier 4 engine that boasts 320 horsepower. It also has a 10,600-liter grain tank size, and a fuel capacity of 950 liters for productivity all day long.

John Deere S770

John Deere S770

Similar to the other S700 models, the John Deere S770 comes with Combine Advisor™ and the Dyna-Flo™ Plus cleaning system. It also boasts a 9-liter engine and 391 horsepower for the utmost efficiency out in the field.

John Deere S780

John Deere S780

One of the key highlights of the John Deere S780, as well as the S790, is Active Concave Isolation. This increases throughput in tough threshing small grains and rice. In turn, operators have the ability to harvest, even when conditions aren’t optimal, resulting in more productivity. The S780 also has a 13.5-liter engine that provides 473 horsepower, and a grain tank that can hold 14,100 liters of material.

John Deere S790

John Deere S790

In addition to having Active Concave Isolation, this machine has a 13.5-liter engine with 543 horsepower. It also has the ActiveYield™ feature, similar to the other S700 series machines. ActiveYield accurately monitors the yield as producers work. It senses the weight of grain in the grain tank as it fills. Afterward, it utilizes the information to calibrate the yield system throughout the entire harvest. This means less work for producers and more data at their fingertips.

If you have any questions about John Deere S760, S770, S780 and S790 or other combines, contact your local John Deere dealer.

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