New and exciting 2016 John Deere tractors were recently announced, including the 6E and 9RX Series and 9RX Series. After years of extensive design, field trials and valued customer feedback, John Deere introduces its first-ever 4-track tractor (9RX), as well as a more versatile and powerful 6 Series Tractor (6E).
Customers and fans are anxious to learn more about these products and find out how they can improve their daily operations. For this reason, we’ve put together a video gallery explaining some of the key features and benefits of these 2016 John Deere tractors. Enjoy!
You asked for it – and John Deere delivered. With the new John Deere 6E Series, you’ll experience upgraded ease and operating convenience with more cab controls and comfort. Switch tasks throughout your day without wasting time, go from moving bales to pallets, then mowing and back again quickly and easily. From cutting and baling to mowing your hay, the 6E delivers the reliable performance and uptime you have come to expect from John Deere.
You know what they say – a tractor is only as good as the implement attached to it, which is why the 6E Tractor can power a wide range of implements. Watch this video to find out how John Deere took the best of the John Deere 6D Series and made it even better!
The new 9RX Series Tractor is about innovation not imitation. This starts with the right balance of power and performance. The 9RX embodies a combination of power, performance and intelligence all wrapped up in a 4-track. This series incorporates models ranging from 470 to 620 engine horsepower, proven Final Tier 4 engines, integrated technology and increased hydraulic flow of 115 gallons per minutes.
The 9RX Series is built to cover large acreage and pull big implements with accuracy and efficiency. Learn how you can extend your window and improve yield potential and profitability pass after pass with the new 9RX Series Tractor.
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