More horsepower and comfort are offered from the latest line of John Deere tractors that the agricultural giant has released, according to a company release.
The new 6R Series Tractors are being released for the 2012 season, as the row-crop tractors will replace the John Deere 7430 Premium and 7530 Premium models.
Three new models have been released to replace the farm equipment, as the 6170R, 6190R and the 6210R versions will have 170, 190 and 210 horsepower respectively.
New improvements in the technology that John Deere uses has allowed for increased hydraulic flow, more hitch-rate capacity and larger cab spaces. These upgrades allow for a more heavy-duty tractor that helps farmers with haying jobs and row-crop operations.
"These are the most powerful, feature-rich 6 Series Tractors yet and are built to provide years of reliable service," said Chris Borgman, product manager for midsize tractors for John Deere.
The new models are not the only vehicles that can provide dependable service, as the vintage tractors that John Deere has made over the years are a staple of the agricultural industry.