Revamped versions of John Deere 5E- and 5M-series tractors will be introduced to UK farmers, powered by three- and four-cylinder engines now equipped with electronic common rail fuel injection. That helps them meet emissions requirements and, in the case of the 5E-series, it also contributes to power gains on two models. See also: John Deere’s ballasting system wins Agritechnica silver medal With the addition of the 49hp 5050E, the 5E line-up now comprises four models, with power outputs also running […]
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