‘Next phase’ of excavator launches from Deere

By Andy Brown08 December 2022

Deere’s P-Tier range of excavators offer advanced features

John Deere has launched its latest P-Tier and G-Tier excavator models to its portfolio of mid-size machines, as well as a new model – the 200 G-Tier.

Deere says that, as part of its Performance Tiering Strategy, it has added the 135, 210, 245, 250, 300 and 345 models to its lineup of P-Tier excavators.

The new 200 G-Tier is powered by a 4.5-liter engine and Deere says it offers, “optimal performance for operators of all skill levels.”

According to the company, the excavator has easy-to-maintain, high-uptime exhaust filters to help decrease downtime for service while the in-monitor adjustable flow and pressure auxiliary hydraulics can be controlled using the auxiliary function lever.

“Every job site is different, and our customers want excavator options that can be personalized by performance, price and operator experience,” said Justin Steger, solutions marketing manager, John Deere Construction & Forestry.

“Our newly expanded lineup of P- and G-Tier excavators, including the brand-new 200 G-Tier, provides machine solutions built for various applications and jobs to enhance profitability and efficiency.”

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