TAG: G-Series

John Deere’s EH Boom Performance package available on select machines

August 23, 2018By

John Deere added the EH Boom Performance package to its G-Series large-frame skid-steers and compact track loaders (CTLs). The feature is available as a factory-installed option on the 330G and 332G skid-steers, as well as the 331G and 333G CTLs. “Our EH Boom Performance package automates repetitive tasks and improves job site efficiencies and safety,” said Gregg Zupancic, product marketing manager,... read more

JDLink now available on select large-frame Deere models

December 7, 2016By

John Deere made its JDLink available as a factory-installed option on all new John Deere large-frame G-Series skid-steers (330G, 332G) and compact track loaders (331G, 333G). JDLink allows users to remotely connect with their equipment for diagnostic, safety and efficiency checks. “John Deere has invested heavily over the last decade to become a leading technology solutions provider, not just a manufacturer that produces... read more

John Deere releases large-frame skid-steer, compact track loaders

August 22, 2016By

John Deere expanded its G-series lineup with the addition of the 330G and 332G large-frame skid-steer and the 331G and 333G compact track loaders. “There has never been a better time to own compact equipment,” said Gregg Zupancic, product marketing manager for John Deere Construction & Forestry. “Demand for compact machines that maximize productivity and uptime at low daily operating... read more

John Deere adds skid-steers, compact loader

February 5, 2016By

John Deere released four EPA Final Tier 4 G-Series skid-steers and one compact track loader. The new skid-steers models include the 312GR, 314G, 316GR and 318G, and the 317G is the new compact track loader in the series. According to the company, the G-Series machines feature an optimized boom design that enables lift heights over 10 feet on the vertical lift models and... read more

John Deere upgrades G-Series with two compact excavators

March 3, 2015By

John Deere rolled out its 17G and 26G compact excavators, which boast Tier 4 diesel engines and were designed for the rental, commercial/residential building, landscaping, underground and site development industries. Both excavators include 14.5 hp and 20 hp Tier 4 engines without the complexity of an after treatment system, says the company. The 17G cab remains the same as the... read more