|Compact Utility 2000 Series||Compact Utility 3000 Series||Compact Utility 4000 Series|
Estate Owners /
Up to 10 acres
Up to 20 acres
Up to 30 acres
|Horse Power Range||20HP – 30HP||25HP – 35HP||30HP – 60 HP|
|Loader Capability||Light Material Lifting||
Medium Lifting /
Heavy Lifting /
|Mowing Capability||Up to 6′ Wide||Up to 7′ Wide||Up to 9′ Wide|
|Price Range||$13,000 – $20,000||$15,000 – $30,000||$20,000 – $50,000|
John Deere Compact Tractor model comparison chart by Mutton Power of Fort Wayne Indiana
The 2000 Series tractors are classified as a small frame compact utility tractor. They are a durable yet affordable tractor for larger estate owners and landscapers looking to get daily use out of their equipment.
Their small size makes them maneuverable enough for residential mowing but with more HP and faster loader speeds they are more efficient than the small sub-compact tractors for loader and implement work.
John Deere’s 3000 Series compact utility tractors are built on a medium size frame and offer many options. These tractors are ideal for hobby farmers and municipalities needing a tractor to meet their specific needs.
The larger frame gives these tractors more weight for handling heavier loader work and attachments. Their ability for numerous order options also gives these compact tractors the versatility needed for more specialty uses.
The 4000 Series John Deere is a built on a large frame for the farmers and commercial users looking for a tractor to handle a variety of larger implements.
The heavier frame makes these tractors ideal for heavy lifting with the front loader and running attachments that demand more HP. The 4000 series tractors are much more efficient in ground engaging activities than the other compact utility tractors by John Deere.