John Deere Unveils New Excavator Models and Future Generation Machines at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2023

Mar 23, 2023

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  • John Deere showcases the new 85 P-Tier and 510 P-Tier current generation excavator models at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2023.
  • John Deere also unveils its future generation excavators, allowing the brand to innovate and deliver customer-first solutions faster than ever before.
  • The future generation John Deere excavators will leverage technology developed from product lines and production systems across the entire John Deere enterprise.

LAS VEGAS — Building upon its long-standing legacy of delivering innovative technology and machines for its customers, John Deere is displaying a variety of new and updated excavator models, highlighted by the new 85 P-Tier and 510 P-Tier current generation excavators, at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2023. In addition to these new model updates, John Deere will also be unveiling the first look at their all-new future generation excavators. Both types of updates are examples of how John Deere can leverage technology from across the enterprise to extend advanced features and smart solutions to its full line-up of John Deere excavators, helping to revolutionize the portfolio and deliver the John Deere customer experience.

"We are beyond excited about the future of our excavator line-up, including the new models available to our customers today and the machines being strategically designed and built for tomorrow," said Aaron Klauer, global product manager, mid-and-large size excavators, John Deere. "We are constantly listening to the needs of the industry, and our future generation excavator models not only leverage what we've learned from our customers, but also utilizes John Deere's decades of global excavator experience to bring the most innovative and game-changing machines to market."

Compared to the 85 G-Tier model, the new 85 P-Tier boasts an 18% engine horsepower increase and the addition of a turbo for high altitude performance. Hydraulic performance improvements include increased pump torque and improved dig forces. The larger, redesigned cab is equipped with an eight-inch monitor with Bluetooth and a 270-degree camera system integrated into the main monitor. Improved service access and optional features, such as angle blade with float and continuous flow auxiliary hydraulics, round out the updates that improve the performance and versatility of the 85 P-Tier machine.

Coming in at 51-metric tons, the 510 P-Tier is a replacement of the current 470 P-Tier model. Including a variable undercarriage and the ability to handle buckets five yards and above, this new model will continue to deliver exceptional performance and capability in its class, while specifically targeting customer enhancements in operating costs and reliability. By using a more efficient powertrain, including the integration of E-fans, this new model provides customers up to 25% lower maintenance costs, 15% lower repair costs and 20% lower fuel consumption. This machine is designed to deliver exceptional performance to customers in mass excavation or deep underground applications while providing significant improvement in the cost of ownership.

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