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John Deere rolls out midsize excavators

By |  December 6, 2022
The lineup of John Deere G- and P-Tier excavators can be equipped with a full line of buckets. Photo: John Deere

The lineup of John Deere G- and P-Tier excavators can be equipped with a full line of buckets. Photo: John Deere

John Deere debuted a new round of midsize P-Tier and G-Tier excavator models.

The 135, 210, 245, 250, 300 and 345 models joined John Deere’s P-Tier lineup, and the 200 model is now in the company’s G-Tier.

Offering improved front-joint durability, John Deere says the P-Tier midsize models promote better performance and operator stability. With grease points at the arm tip for easy greasing, extended uptime and better torque retention at the clamp, the company says the new P-Tier models were designed to provide optimal performance and easier serviceability. Also, John Deere says the redesigned boom-foot bushings offer enhanced durability for an extended machine life span.

The 200 G-Tier, meanwhile, features a PowerTech 4.5-liter engine that delivers optimal performance for operators of all skill levels, according to John Deere. Additionally, the company says the machine’s exhaust filters help decrease downtime for service while an in-monitor adjustable flow and pressure auxiliary hydraulics can be easily controlled using an auxiliary function lever.

“Every jobsite is different, and our customers want excavator options that can be personalized by performance, price and operator experience,” says Justin Steger, solutions marketing manager at John Deere Construction & Forestry. “Our newly expanded lineup of P- and G-Tier excavators, including the brand-new 200 G-Tier, provides machine solutions built for various applications and jobs to enhance profitability and efficiency.”

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