John Deere adds skid-steer, compact track loaders to E-Series

December 18, 2013 -  By
John Deere's new 323E compact track loader is added to its E-Series line. Photo: John Deere

John Deere’s new 323E compact track loader is added to its E-Series line.
Photo: John Deere

John Deere added two skid-steer models, 318E and 320E, and two compact track loader models, 319E and 323E, to its E-Series line introduced earlier this year.

The machines include upgrades based on customer feedback aimed at improving operator and machine productivity, uptime and lower daily operating costs.

“The introduction of the mid-frame models provides contractors more choices when choosing a skid-steer loader or compact track loader that is right for them,” said Gregg Zupancic, the company’s product marketing manager.

John Deere offers all major control patterns on these models to meet customers’ specific needs. This includes:

  • Traditional hand and foot controls;
  • Hand only controls;
  • Low-effort, electro-hydraulic joystick controls in both the ISO and “H” patterns;
  • Easy switch between all three industry control patterns;
  • Optimized boom design;
  • Connect-under-pressure auxiliary hydraulic couplers;
  • Courtesy lighting that stays on up to 90 seconds after the engine is shut down, illuminating the way for easier exists out of dark barns or after-hour jobsites;
  • Keyless-start sealed-switch;
  • Anti-theft system; and
  • Ride control option that features shock-absorbing boom cylinders that cushion bumps, helping retain full bucket loads to the intended destination and help navigation over rough terrain.

 

 

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