John Deere is expanding its lineup of 6R Series Tractors with three new models for the farm or ranch. The trio includes the 6105R with 105 engine horsepower; 6115R with 115 engine horsepower; and the 6125R with 125 engine horsepower—all in a premium package that replaces the 6030 Premium Tractors.
According to Scott Hessel, product marketing manager with John Deere, the new 6R Series Tractors are designed to be a do-it-all utility tractor with the versatility, power and comfort never before seen in a tractor in this horsepower range.
"We've made the cab 20% larger and added the GreenStar 3 Command Center with touchscreen display," says Hessel. "We've also included Triple Link and Adaptive Hydraulic Cab suspension to make the new 6R models the most comfortable and easy-to-operate tractors in its class. In addition, we've increased the hydraulic lift capacity by 20% and added new 50K (31 mph) transmission options that give this spacious utility tractor the functions of a much larger machine."
All three 6R models come standard with John Deere 4.5L PowerTech PVX Interim Tier 4 diesel engines with Intelligent Power Management that provides an additional 20 hp during transport and non-stationary PTO applications. Transmission options include a 24-speed AutoQuad Plus ECO Transmission (standard), or 16-speed PowerQuad Plus (optional), or IVT Transmissions (optional). IVT and AutoQuad Plus configurations are available with up to 50K (31 mph) transport speed.
The compact design of the new tractors, combined with the power, comfort and control features, make these 6R models a perfect match with new H-Series Loaders and hundreds of other John Deere and Frontier attachments. The tractors also come with Cat. 2/3N lift capacity, Cat. 2 drawbar, three lighting package options and two-wheel drive and mechanical front-wheel drive configurations.
The new John Deere 6105R, 6115R and 6125R Tractors will be available at local John Deere dealers starting later this summer. For more information on these and the entire lineup of John Deere tractors, see your local John Deere dealer or visit www.JohnDeere.com.