From baling hay to snow removal, the 6 Series Row Crop Tractors can take on a wide array of tasks out in the field. These tractors operate from 140 to 215 horsepower and can be used for both commercial and municipal applications. With 20 percent more interior space and a slew of new features, the 6 Series Row Crop Tractors are some of the most versatile from John Deere.

Let’s take a look at the 6 Series Row Crop Tractors and how they can potentially help you with your tasks on the job.


The 6155R comes with a durable John Deere 6 cylinder, 6.8-liter PowerTech Final Tier 4 Engine. It also comes with a wide range of transmission options, including AutoQuad PLUS, Direct Drive, or Infinity Variable Transmission. The ComfortView cab means that you have all day comfort directly from within the cab.


The 6175R also comes with a 6.8-liter PowerTech Final Tier 4 engine. Triple-Link Suspension Plus is standard with this machine, and operators have the option of either standard 20 speed AutoQuad PLUS transmission, Direct Drive or Infinitely Variable Transmission. The 6175R comes available with CommandPRO as well, giving operators control of the entire tractor at the palm of their hand.


Similar to the other tractors in the 6 Series Row Crop Tractor family, the 6195R comes with a John Deere 6.8L PowerTech Final Tier 4 engine. Rear mounted selective control valves release levers, making disconnecting hydraulic hoses easy. Relocated vales improve operator’s visibility to the rear hitch, and up to six rear SCVs give operators total flexibility.


In addition to having a John Deere 6.8-liter PowerTech Final Tier 4 engine, the 6215R also has the options of either a standard 20 Speed AutoQuad PLUS transmission, Direct Drive, or Infinitely Variable Transmission. There are also various lighting packages that come with this tractor in addition to its base lighting, which is designed to provide an ample amount of illumination after dark for even more productive workdays.


The 6145R has the John Deere 6.8-liter PowerTech Final Tier 4 engine that comes standard on 6 Series Row Crop Tractors, but that’s not all. The Tractor-Baler Automation feature manages most of the baling process and gives the operators peace of mind, knowing their bales will be of consistent quality. The tractor’s Generation 4 CommandCenter display also enables operators to monitor their productivity directly from within the cab for even more convenience.

If you have any questions about the 6 Series Row Crop Tractors, you can contact your local John Deere dealer.

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