John Deere unveils G-tier compact wheel loader models


The brand-new 184 G-tier is the most economical model in the line-up while the 304 G-tier is the largest

John Deere has extended its line-up of compact equipment with three new G-tier wheel loader models.

The 184 G-tier, 204 G-tier and 304 G-tier machines have been designed to complete everyday tasks in applications such as landscaping, site development, agriculture, snow removal and rental.

According to the manufacturer, these G-tier models offer “optimal performance with lower maintenance costs” and come with limited slip differential that automatically engages if one wheel loses traction, providing enhanced safety for the operator and the machine.

There is also an optional ride-control that can be set to engage and disengage at certain speeds. This helps reduce spillage from the bucket when travelling over rough terrain and minimises job site clean-up.

In all G-tier models the cab design is offered in both a canopy and enclosed cab configuration. The redesigned enclosed cab features a frameless, fully glass door, floor-to-ceiling front windshield and remounted machine display, providing a clear line of sight to machine surroundings. Additional features include an adjustable steering column, slip-resistant steps, and an optional LED lighting package.

“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,” said Luke Gribble, Solutions Marketing Manager, John Deere Construction.



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