John Deere updates 5G Series specialist tractor range

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John Deere has announced that it is updating its 5G Series specialist tractor line-up. The new range includes four models featuring 3.4-liter Stage IIIB engines with rated power outputs of 75hp to 105hp (97/68/EC).

This newly updated series has been specifically designed to provide high levels of comfort, power, hydraulic performance and maneuverability to customers who operate in orchards and vineyards, or for other applications which require a narrow tread width.

The 5GF, 5GN and 5GV Series tractors offer customers the choice of an open operator station or a new cab interior and controls layout. Cab features include an electronic hand throttle and new reversing lever, new left and right-hand consoles, a new display, 10% more space and an optional deluxe air suspension seat.

In addition, the tractors have an improved turning radius of up to 15% and an increased hydraulic capacity of up to 126 l/min, utilizing three hydraulic pumps.

The 5GL Series 75, 90 and 100hp four-wheel drive models feature a new ex-factory low-profile cab, a narrow width of 1.4m and a new 24F/12R PowrReverser transmission. These tractors are particularly suitable for pergola-style vineyard plantations and also feature the same increased hydraulic capacity as the other models in the 5G specialist range.

January 13, 2017

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