John Deere 3320 Earns Positive Reviews Among Compact Utility Tractors
Representatives from Tractor.com recently took the John Deere 3320 out for a test drive to compare the smaller compact utility tractor (CUT) to its larger counterpart, the John Deere 3720, and were pleased with its overall performance, appearance, and safety features.
From the review, “The 3320 is the least powerful model in the 3000 Twenty series line up. But don’t let that fool you.” The 3320 is equipped with Yanmar’s three-cylinder 1.6L TNV direct-injected powerplant, producing up to 32.8 gross horsepower with torque reserve to assist when in tough working situations. The PowrReverser transmission allows clutch-less shifting from forward to reverse, a system that will ease loader work.
Also from the review, “PowrReverser models are equipped with foot and hand throttles for convenience. To avoid interfering with clutch operation, the differential lock pedal has been relocated to the right side. View over the sharply sloping one-piece composite hood (fenders are composite) is excellent and several of our testers noted how much they liked the styling.” The 3320 compact tractor also features classic John Deere safety, with its rollover protection system, which cuts power to the machine if the machine has sensed the operator has come out of the seat.
“Everyone knows John Deere 3000 Twenty tractors are regarded highly among the medium-sized chassis compact utility tractor (CUT) segment,” the review states, and the 3320 is no different. This smaller compact utility tractor is nimble with the power and performance to get a multitude of jobs done.