For the 2023 model year, the three-cylinder versions of the 5E Series offer a new Premium Cab option, an engine that doesn’t require emissions-related regeneration, larger tyre options, an option for a true intermediate valve third function to facilitate loader operation, and three new model numbers.
June 8, 2022 – John Deere has announced updates to its versatile 5 Series tractors that include additional options to make it easier for rural property owners, farmers, ranchers and fleet owners to find the right tractor for the many jobs they need that tractor to do day in and day out.
“Across the entire 5-Series lineup, customers now have more options to choose the tractor that fits their needs and budget, and to customize configurations according to the tasks they need to perform,” said Greg Christensen, John Deere marketing manager, in a report.
“If it’s their first tractor, regular service and maintenance notifications give customers added confidence when they connect to their tractor through the TractorPlus app.”
For model year 2023, the three-cylinder versions of the 5E series offer a new Premium Cab option, an engine that requires no emissions-related regeneration, larger tyre options, an option for a true intermediate valve third function for loader relief. and grip operation, as well as three new model numbers.
The 5E three-cylinder range offers four models, including the 5050E, available with an open operator station, and the 5060E, 5067E and 5075E available with an open operator station, standard cab or Premium cab.
The Premium cab is equipped with a redesigned right-hand console for easy operation and includes electronic quick-lift/lower buttons that allow the operator to raise or lower the attachment to a pre-set depth at the touch of a button. More operator comfort is provided by an adjustable air-powered seat, factory-installed instructor seat, Bluetooth radio, USB port and in-cab microphone for hands-free control of mobile devices.
“These easy-to-use tractors are ideal for rural property owners who need to move earth, stones, logs or snow, and have enough power for part-time farmers and ranchers who need to make hay, move bales and feed cattle,” Christensen said. “Now, with additional comfort and convenience features, increased work efficiency and the elimination of the need for an engine regeneration process, the 5E helps get the job done quickly and allows customers to focus back on what matters most to them.”
John Deere is also upgrading its 5M Series tractors.
“We have revised what customers can expect from a versatile tractor by adding an integrated AutoTrac system and additional transmission options to the 5M model year 2022,” Christensen said. “For the 2023 model year, we’ve taken those expectations to the next level by adding more horsepower and versatility.”
The engine from the larger 6M universal tractor will now be used in the four-cylinder versions of the 5M and will bring five extra horsepower with the new model variants: 5095M, 5105M, 5120M and 5130M. The 5075M remains in the lineup with a 74 horsepower three-cylinder engine, available with either a cab or an open station. High-performance and low-profile models will also receive a power boost, including the 5105MH, 5105ML, 5120ML and 5130ML.
The versatility of the 5M mower is enhanced with the available bar axle option, which gives customers the option to adjust the tyre spacing up to 90 inches, which can reduce crop damage when baling wide swaths or increase stability when mowing on hillsides. The tyre spacing can also be narrowed to match the row spacing when working with row crops.