People who have used John Deere equipment may note that the company is looking to continually improve its line of tractors, as the agricultural firm is devoted to its customers and includes the latest advances in the industry in its new products.
According to a company release, the company has introduced 12 new models in the 105 to 170 horsepower range for the 2013 season. Each piece of equipment is designed to provide the power, comfort and performance that meet the needs of a variety of people in the agricultural sector.
"The new 6M tractors have additional transmission options, increased hitch and hydraulic capacities, and provide IT4 emission compliant engines," said Rachel Wayson, who works for the company's Tractor Works arm. "The new 6170M model, for example, offers customers a higher horsepower tractor at a mid-range specification level."
The company has also noted that its economical 6D Series Tractor lineup, originally introduced in 2008, would be updated with four new models with horsepower ranging from 105 to 140.
"The new 6D models provide all the power, performance and comfort customers demand to complete a broad range of jobs on the farm and ranch," Wayson added.