Upgrade your business operations with an E Series tractor. Manufactured by John Deere, these machines won’t let you down when the going gets tough. With tractors that range from 50hp to 75hp, it’s easy to find a model that matches your requirements.
These machines are best suited to large-scale applications and their durable design enables them to tackle difficult tasks effortlessly. If you’re looking for robust tractors for sale, you can browse through John Deere machines on Truck & Trailer.
Following on our John Deere E Series Tractor Part 1 blog post last week, let’s take a look at the rest of the machines in the E Series range.
The John Deere 5076E, 5076EN
The 5076 Utility Tractor comes with a two-year or 2 000-hour warranty. With 21 versions to choose from, you can customise this powerful machine to match your requirements to a T. This capable workhorse boasts 4-cylinder PowerTech motors, which deliver an impressive torque without compromising on fuel efficiency. With more power under its hood, you can expect an efficient performance from this machine.
This E Series Tractor is fitted with a synchronised transmission that offers you nine forward gears and three reverse gears. The advantage of this transmission is that it decreases operating time while accomplishing more work than during the usual hours.
Maintenance work translates into more downtime, which can eat into your profits. The 5076E solves this problem with its tiltable hood, which gives you easy access so that maintenance tasks can be completed quickly. An ergonomic control layout decreases operator fatigue and facilitates improved accuracy.
Set your business up for success with a 5082E tractor. This exceptional machine comes with a two-year or 2 000-hour warranty. With 21 variations to choose from, these tractors are built to accommodate your needs. Their flexibility and strength make light work of difficult tasks.
With their durable design and powerful performance, these machines are sure to exceed your expectations. The 5082E is fitted with 4-cylinder PowerTech motors, which have a 4.5-litre displacement. The economic fuel consumption of this E Series tractor helps to decrease the running costs of your business. We like the PowrReverser transmission, which features an electro-hydraulic PTO coupling, as it makes operating the tractor easier.
The durability of this machine is enhanced by its wet-drive clutch. The clutchless reverse function is a particularly useful feature since it makes the 5082E easier to manoeuver. As it has come to be expected of John Deere tractors, this machine boasts advanced technology.
5090E, 5090EN & 5090EH
Leading the E Series tractor range is the 5090E and this utility tractor is a worthwhile investment for any farmer. Its climate-controlled cab creates a pleasant environment for the operator, which helps to boost efficiency.
With their 12F/12R PowrReverser transmission, these machines are well-suited to the completion of challenging tasks. The middle-mount selective control valves play a role in increasing productivity on your farm. This capable workhorse boasts economic fuel consumption as well as reduced noise levels.
Their flexible performance makes them suitable for a wide range of applications. The 5090E is fitted with 4-cylinder PowerTech motors, which has a 4.5-litre displacement. Another great highlight of this model is its wet clutch. The 5090E series models offer you the versatility that has come to be associated with multi-use machines without compromising on its features. These machines put cutting-edge technology in easy reach of every farmer.
Now that you know more about the E series tractor range, you can find tractors and other machines for sale online on Truck & Trailer. The durability of John Deere machines makes investing in second-hand models a great option. Reliable second-hand tractors offer you outstanding value for money even if you are on a tight budget.
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