John Deere announces new smarter 9R Series range

TRACTORJohn Deere, the manufacturing company of agriculture, construction, and forestry machinery, has set forth the new 9R series tractor range with increased connectivity and automation features

The 9R, 9RT, and 9RX machines are stronger, more efficient, and more intelligent. It is to make the tractors beneficial to operation and firm managers by its increasing connectivity and automation feature.

The new flagship machines are powered by a 15-liter Cummins engine, while the rest of the 9R range features the same 13.6-litre John Deere engine as the X9 combine harvesters. 

The new auto setup allows the farmers and contractors to pre-schedule the jobs in the customer’s personalised operation centre. After completing the job, all data can be transferred wirelessly to the operations centre. The autosetup is time-saving as well it provides clear documentation and avoids errors and data losses.

To make the ride comfortable to the field operators, John Deere’s exclusive HydraCushion front axle suspension is available for all 9R Series models.

The all 9R series model holds the second generation ActiveSeat, top quality 6.5in DAB+ touchscreen radio with 6.1 sound system provides infotainment. Apart from the extra performance, automation and comfort, the new 9R Series tractors hold the e18 transmission, axles, track drives, and chassis to maximise reliability, productivity and reducing operating cost. Many service intervals have been extended for reducing maintenance effort and cost. Additionally, the optional PowerGard Protection/Plus warranty extension terms become more cost-effective, reaching up to eight years to 8000 hours.

The new 9R Series tractors ensure maximum uptime. The Expert Alert can predict the potential machine damage so that expensive repair can be reduced and longevity can be increased.

 

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