2018 John Deere 2032r
2018 John Deere 2032r welcome to our website for the latest compact tractor reviews, ratings, prices and comparisons. Christy and I had the opportunity to obtain a detailed path on the New Deere 2025r in their introduction today at the Farm Progress Show close to Decatur in Illinois. If you are impatient, and want a quick recap, I would summarize it like this: “A 1025r with larger tyres”.
In addition to a more detailed discussion in this article, be sure to watch our video from the day of release here, where John Doyle, Product Marketing Manager John Deere walks us all the way around the new 2025, showing the features Detailed from one end to the other.
As I said earlier, the new 2025 is very similar to the 1025r. In fact, from my point of view it is more similar to a series of 1-than its 2-series larger brothers framed. Over the last few years, there has not been a smooth “update path” for owners of a series. The 2-series was outdated, lacking most creature comforts that we have come to expect from the John Deere line. 1-series owners who want to upgrade needed for any sacrifice on things like the automatic connection deck, tilt direction, enhanced seat, etc., or move all the way to the 3-series tractor. This made the decision to update difficult.
Deere began to solve this problem a year ago with the introduction of the 2-series large-rack tractors. The new 2025R completes this effort, providing the features of Deere designed comfort and convenience across all compact and tractor models. The video (above) shows a good overview of the year 2025. Therefore, we will use the rest of this article to see the similarities and differences to your older brothers and sisters and the smaller.
2018 John Deere 2032r
- Things in common with the 1025R
- Front End Charger
- Mid Mounting mower Cover
- Medium Mount Mower Cover Height Control
- Seat Bell
- Fast Forward Hitch
- Steering wheel/tilting mechanism
- Front axle (including rated capacity)
- Differential lock still needs Ken’s differential lock pedal
- Differences of the 1025R (much) larger tires–will result in better ground clearance, and better ride
- Different ROPS hinges
- Tiny toolbox on the front frame of the tractor.
- Optional side fender Lights (Standard on 1025R)
- The medium-mount mower seems to rise higher (Woohoo!)
- PTO Range Change Controls (select mid/rear) and HST located more conveniently
- PTO hitch button Changed (caliper will no longer disable Rio)
- Higher hydraulic pump Flow (7.0 gpm vs. 6.3 gpm) However, it seems that this improvement can be dedicated to the direction, which would make sense given the larger tires
- Slightly higher nominal hydraulic pressure of pump. must provide greater marginal lifting capacity in Fel and 3 PT Hitch
- Wheelbase (63 ″ vs 57 for 1025R
- Turning radius (8.7 ft vs. 7.4 ft)
- Weight (heavier ~ 350lb) is the fuel filter in line no longer under the fender?