The new John Deere integrated tractor cab designed for use by large property owners, farmers and landscape professionals, and the 3000 Twenty Series compact utility tractor have earned recognition from the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE).
Both the ComfortGard cab â€” available on the John Deere 3000 Twenty and 4000 Twenty Series Compact Utility Tractors â€” and the 3000 Twenty Series compact utility tractor earned the AE50 Award, presented each year by ASABE. The AE50 Award program recognizes companies for introducing new technologies, or advancing existing technologies, that can have a broad impact on areas or industries served by agricultural, food and biological systems engineering.
The ComfortGard cab features an intuitive automotive-like interior and is designed to maximize operator comfort. An unobstructed foot deck allows for comfortable entry, exit and operation. Cabs are sealed and pressurized to maintain a comfortable dust-free operator environment.
The 3000 Twenty Series Tractors feature an engine horsepower range from 29.5 to 44, making them as much as 20 percent more powerful than existing tractors in the same chassis size. They also feature an electronically controlled hydrostatic transmission with cruise control that can maintain constant ground speeds as low as 0.1 mph. This transmission also delivers a top speed of 19 mph for faster movement from one job to the next.