145 to 250 hp. Throttle up a 6 Series tractor to meet any need, from baling hay to snow removal, and from commercial mowing to municipal applications. Row crop and hay producers won't find a more versatile tractor.
210 to 330 engine hp. Multi-functional. Multi-talendted. The redesigned 7R Tractors deliver a refined cab, plus integrated intelligence and high-power density.
230 to 410 engine hp. Take the next leap forward with the 8 Series Tractors, now available with wheels, two tracks and the all-new four-track configuration. These tractors are designed to provide the hydraulic capacity and horsepower to handle large planters and implements. Powered by the PowerTech™ PSS 9.0L engine, the 8R is a champion in the field, delivering uncompromised performance while meeting Tier 4 emission requirements.
John Deere tractors leave other brands in the dust, with more options to match your needs and budget.
Power and torque: Ask your John Deere dealer how you can have it all!
The John Deere 8 Series Tractors let you power through tough conditions by providing the power and torque you need at the right RPMs. Some tractor brands make you choose between high power or high torque, giving you less capability to handle those tough conditions. In addition, John Deere’s Intelligent Power Management (IPM) gives you additional horsepower when you need it.
John Deere provides the transmission options to match your needs and budget, unlike other tractor brands. The cab suspension provides adjustable ride settings, and the front axle suspension gives you the ability to optimize ride quality.
You’ll notice the difference in John Deere technology, as well. JDLink? Connect provides you with ease of use and one point of contact for service and questions. AutoTrac? provides seamless hands-free guidance integrated with the tractor, whereas other brands rely on third-party technology.
When it comes to power, choice and technology for row-crop tractors, it’s clear Nothing Runs Like a Deere?.
Our integrated approach to meeting Final Tier 4 regulations allows us to focus the performance of the engine on its power, torque, efficiency, and responsiveness, rather than just emissions compliance.