To expand its offerings of compact equipment for everything from landscaping to agriculture, John Deere is rolling out three new models of compact wheel loaders. The 184, 204, and 304 G-tier models will be equipped with the features customers need to accomplish everyday tasks on the job site.
The G-tier Compact Wheel Loaders are all easy to operate. They have limited slip differential, which is designed to automatically engage if one wheel happens to lose traction. Customers can also opt for ride control, which reduces bucket spillage while working on rugged terrain.
"As we learned from launching our performance tiering strategy on our utility loader line-up last year, customer's needs are unique and they require personalized solutions to meet their diverse set of tasks," said Luke Gribble, solutions marketing manager at John Deere's Construction and Forestry Division. "That's why we chose to expand our performance tiering strategy with the introduction of the G-tier Compact Wheel Loader models. These machines are not only rugged, but they boast simple and intuitive machine controls that are a great fit for operators of all experience levels, while also offering options that promote operator comfort and productivity."
The 184 G-tier and 204 G-tier are the smaller models of the line. Their size allows them to be used in tight workspaces. The larger 304 G-tier machine is ideal for road building, snow removal, site development, and more.
The cabs of the G-tier machines come in either a canopy or enclosed configuration. They are all frameless with fully glass doors, as well as floor-to-ceiling front windshields for optimal visibility. Customers can also add features such as an adjustable steering column, slip-resistant steps, and an LED lighting package. All cabs come with amenities which include air conditioning and ergonomic low-effort controls for the utmost comfort.
Contact your local John Deere Dealer today for more information on Compact Wheel Loaders.