2018 John Deere 2025r Specs

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2018 John Deere 2025r Specs

2018 John Deere 2025r Specs welcome to our website for the latest compact tractor reviews, ratings, prices and comparisons.  As I said before, the new 2025r is very similar to the 1025r. In fact, from my point of view it is more like a series 1 than its larger siblings framed in 2 series. Over the last few years, there hasn’t been a smooth ‘ upgrade path ‘ for the owners of a series. The series 2 was outdated, missing most of the creature comforts we have come to expect from the John Deere line. Owners of 1-Series who want to update needed to sacrifice on things like auto-connection cover, tilt direction, up-to-date seat, etc, or move all the way to 3 Series tractor. This made the decision of the improvement difficult.

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Deir to resolve this problem began a year ago with a view of the large tractors from Series 2. The New 2025R completes the this effort, which provides comfort engineering dealer features on all models of the sub-compact compact tractors. The Video (above) will show good overview of 2025R. so, let’s use the rest of this article to show some of the similarities and differences in their large and small brothers more.

Of course, a single response to each situation will not apply. However, the upgrade process should be much easier now than before. You will gain ground clearance, perhaps a few centimeters of loader lifting height due to larger tires, easier access to some controls, additional 300 pounds, along with the opportunity to add even more weight via the liquid ballast of the Tire on the larger tires. The top seat position will improve the visibility of the front end loader. Larger tires should improve the ride. It is possible to see a marginal improvement in the hydraulic lifting capacity.

2018 John Deere 2025r Specs

You’ll lose a turning radius. Other than that, I can’t see any downside to the upgrade. I think Deere has introduced a very interesting product here. One that tackles many of the short circuits of a sub-compact tractor maintaining a relatively small footprint. This tractor fits very well in the general line of compact Deere tractors.

Fuel: 6.1 gal [23.1 L]
Hydraulic system: 2.6 Gal [9.8 L]
Front Axle: 0.9 QTS [0.9 L]

Manufacturer: John Deere
Factory: Augusta, Georgia, USA
Original Price (USD)
$14,434 (2013)
$15,348 (2014)