Automotive news / / Thursday, 27-Mar-14 23:10:44 /
Product updates for John Deere 2014 Gator announced
News from John Deere states that the upgrades have been lined up for the 2014 John Deere Gator to improve the quality and enhance the user experience for the owners of the job site or on trails. Using the customer feedback and ample market research John Deere has come up with performance enhancing tweaks, winch enhancement and operator side retention to each of its model segments.Photo 1:
The evolution of John Deere Utility portfolio permits the company to collect customer feedback from job sites, farms, trails and other places where the Gators are being utilized quoted Gigandet, the marketing manager of John Deere’s Gator UVs. He further quipped that understanding the customer’s needs allow them to design and build better machines each year regularly.
The Gator utility vehicles which have the OPS (Operator Protective Structure) would regularly have the Operator Side Retention or OSR. The base configuration of the HPX, XUV heavy-duty, and mid-duty model vehicles would be having net as a part an in certain models one can order stylish poly doors in place of the nets. With the net the visibility is greater allow the operators to have clear sighting and make the entry and exit from the vehicle easy. The stylish poly doors are fitted with handles of automotive style, matching color panels and a 90o revolution for easy entrance and exit for the operator.Photo 2: Product updates for John Deere 2014 Gator announced
The brand new Warn ProVantage winch with 3, 500 or 4, 500lbs has tremendously increased the pulling capacity to 1, 500 pounds. This is an advantage over the earlier models and provides the grunt and reliably that are required to tackle hard trails and work on the job site.
The XUVs of heavy-duty line up now features a new digital display update on operator station. It includes the flashing water temp icon, a glow plug indicator light (diesel), indicator for power steering if the vehicle is having one. The illuminating switches offer better visibility to the operator during night time. For more update details you can visit the John Deere website.