John Deere has made a few changes to its 5M model lineup.
The updates include the addition of aftertreatment systems to meet Final Tier 4 compliance, as well as other comfort, convenience and performance features.
The changes will affect the entire range of 5M Utility Tractors, ranging from 75-to-115 horsepower.
The three-cylinder 5075M model will have John Deere’s diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) and diesel particulate filter (DPF) solution with no diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) required.
The 5075M will also feature new styling with chrome headlight bezels, a full range of isolated open operator stations and cabs, and factory-installed options such as front fenders and cab fender extensions.
The four-cylinder 5Ms, 5085M, 5100M, 5115M will have a DOC/SCR (selective catalytic reduction) solution using DEF to meet Final Tier 4 emissions standards. They also feature a compact cooling package and a new, low sloping hood that will improve efficiency in loader applications. The 4.5-liter John Deere PowerTech engines are designed with an increased power bulge of up to 4 percent and a 30 percent torque rise for improved performance under load.
As for maintenance, operators can use the slide out condenser, sliding oil cooler, tiltable charge air cooler and removable radiator screen. Optional LED work lights are also available.
The premium cab on four-cylinder 5M features a new sound system that includes an updated radio and speaker system with two front-mounted 4×6 coaxial speakers and a subwoofer behind the seat. The cab also features an updated front sunshade and sunroof design.
The machines include the 16F/16R PowrReverser and 32F/16R PowrReverser transmissions, heavy-duty hitch capacity and hydraulic capacity.