Updates announced for Deere 7 to 9 series tractors

John Deere has added 20 horsepower for all 9RT two-track tractors. (Courtesy photo.)

John Deere, Moline, Illinois, has announced marketing year 2024 updates for its lineup of 7, 8 and 9 series tractors that will help prepare them for the future of precision agriculture.

Key updates include the new StarFire 7000 integrated GPS position receiver and an all-new G5 CommandCenterDisplay. Both will be included as base equipment.

The StarFire 7000 receiver features five years of repeatability and 73% faster pull-in times, and is 17% more accurate when using SF-RTK when compared to previous models using SF3 signal. In addition, signal stability and reliability were improved.

They provide the highest level of guidance and accuracy ever offered by John Deere. SF-RTK gives farmers year-over-year repeatability without the need for base stations.

Inside the cab, farmers will find the all-new G5 CommandCenter Display (and optional G5extended monitor). It features a larger screen, increased processing power and faster file transfer times compared to previous displays. G5P features a 35% larger viewing area and 1080p high-definition video resolution.

The 12.8-inch touchscreen display and higher video resolution provide farmers with clear, bright and easy access to machine controls. AutoTrac guidance, and Section Control are now included in base equipment.

John Deere is also offering an Autonomy Prep package for 8 and 9 series tractors that ensures these machines have the known components needed to operate autonomously in the future.

A new right-hand cornerpost display was added inside the cab of all 7, 8 and 9 series tractors. The easy-to-read display features digital readouts and an illustration area to help ensure these tractors can take advantage of advanced features as they become available.

A factory-installed rear-window tint is also available for John Deere CommandView 4 cabs to help keep operators comfortable while providing better visibility to display screens on the brightest of days.

For more information, see a dealer or visit www.deere.com.