Tractors

John Deere offers two kinds of tractors in California: Compact Utility Tractors (CUTs) – which includes Sub-Compact Utility Tractors – and Utility Tractors (UTs). Compact Utility Tractors are generally much smaller and less powerful than Utility Tractors, which are mostly used for largescale agricultural needs.

Both kinds of tractors are individuated into “families” according to their size-in-class and horsepower. Each family is then tiered into one of three “series” according to their feature sets. The E Series offers entry-level features, the M Series offers mid-ranged features, and the R Series offers the highest tier feature set.

FamilyHorsepower
122.4 – 23.9
224.2 – 36.7
324.7 – 45.3
443.1 – 65.9
550 – 125
6105 – 130

Sub-Compact

22.4 – 23.9 Horsepower

Home of the 1 Family tractors. Two models are available in California.

1 Family
1023E
1025R

Compact

24.2 – 65.9 Horsepower

Home to the 2 Family, 3 Family, and the 4 Family classes of tractors.

Utility

50 – 130 Horsepower

A class of two families: the 5 Family and the 6 Family.

Official John Deere Online Tractor Brochures

Tractors

John Deere offers two kinds of tractors in California: Compact Utility Tractors (CUTs) – which includes Sub-Compact Utility Tractors – and Utility Tractors (UTs). Compact Utility Tractors are generally much smaller and less powerful than Utility Tractors, which are mostly used for largescale agricultural needs.

Both kinds of tractors are individuated into “families” according to their size-in-class and horsepower. Each family is then tiered into one of three “series” according to their feature sets. The E Series offers entry-level features, the M Series offers mid-ranged features, and the R Series offers the highest tier feature set.

22.4 – 23.9 Horsepower

1 Family
1023E
1025R

24.2 – 65.9 Horsepower