MOLINE, IL (Oct. 11, 2022) — John Deere launches its line-up of large wheel loaders as part of its Performance Tiering strategy. Now available in the U.S. and Canada, the 744 P-tier, 824 P-tier, 844 P-tier, and the new 904 P-tier Wheel Loaders offer advanced productivity features, increased job-site reliability, optimal operator comfort, and enhanced serviceability to help improve machine uptime. Expanding on the industry-proven line-up of John Deere wheel loader offerings, the P-tier models are ideal machine solutions for customers looking to tackle even the toughest jobs with ease.
"Whether the machines are working at the face or loading trucks, John Deere customers can be confident that the P-tier machines will provide exceptional performance all day – even in the most rugged applications,” said Luke Gribble, solutions marketing manager,John Deere. ”Building upon the improvements introduced on the L-series loaders in 2019, the P-tier models incorporate even more technology advancements, providing our customers with a line of dependable and strong wheel loaders to meet the demands of the aggregates industry.”
The 744 P-tier, 824 P-tier, and 844 P-tier Wheel Loaders offer exceptional results at high levels with reliable components such as extra-durable axles and high-performing transmission capabilities, helping to boost overall machine efficiency on the job. To improve machine performance while heading into piles, all P-tier loaders include a standard lockup torque converter that adds additional torque during operation and increases shift quality. In addition, the 744 P-tier and 824 P-tier models feature ground-level servicing, including a remote engine oil dipstick and improved electrical and hydraulic routing, to improve serviceability and get your machine back on the job sooner, increasing uptime.
Combining the productivity-increasing features with a redesigned cab and controls, the 744 P-tier, 824 P-tier, and 844 P-tier Loaders provide the muscle needed for operators to work comfortably and efficiently. The redesigned cab gives the operator more space, storage, and enhanced visibility during operation. Additional features that improve operator comfort and performance include adjustable heated and ventilated seats and an upgraded HVAC system.Source : Deere.ca