John Deere 5075E vs. 5075M

The 5075E and the 5075M are both fantastic pieces of equipment. They share a number of similarities but have a few key differences, too. We’ll go over those differentiators to help you make the right decision for you and your property.

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SPECS John Deere 5075E John Deere 5075M
Key Specs - Rated engine power At 2100 rpm: 55 kW
73 hp
At 2200 rpm per ISO 97/68/EC: 55.1 kW
73.8 hp
Key Specs - Rated PTO power (hp SAE) @ 2100 rpm
Open Station - 45 kW (60.3 PTO hp)
Cab - 43 kW (57.6 PTO hp)
At 2100 rpm per SAE: 43 kW
57.7 PTO hp
Key Specs - Transmission type Standard: 9F/3R Syncshuttle
Optional: 12F/12R PowrReverser
Standard: 16F/16R PowrReverser
Optional: 12F/4R SyncShuttle Plus
32F/16R PowrReverser Plus
Key Specs - Rear hitch category (SAE designation) Category 2; convertible to 1 Category 2; convertible to 1
Key Specs - Hydraulic pump rated output Standard: 66.1 L/min
17.5 gpm
Standard: 94 L/min
24.7 gpm
Front hitch - Standard lift capacity 1931 kg
4257 lb
Dimensions - Wheelbase 2WD and MFWD: 2050 mm
80.7 in.
2WD and MFWD: 2350 mm
92.5 in.
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The Similarities Between the 5075E and the 5075M

Both machines come from John Deere’s family of 5 series tractors and feature a powerful 73 horsepower engine. With exceptional maneuverability and visibility, these tractors are efficient and easy-to-operate. Both offer optional MFWD along with a variety of tire options to increase safety and stability out in the field. Buyers will also have the option of upgrading to the  PowrReverser™ transmission for improved speeds and more precise speeds.

Differences Between the 5075E and the 5075M

Transmission - The 5075E does not come standard with the PowrReverser™ transmission, while the 5075M does. Owners can also choose between additional PowrReverser™ transmission options on 5075M.

Tire options - The 5075M offers a wider selection of front and rear tires, putting more customization control in your hands.

Electronics - The 5075E is not JDLink™ compatible*. The 5075M is compatible, but requires additional purchase and installation upon use.

Additional Attachments - The 5075E offers additional attachments for your tractor, while many come standard with the 5075M. The 5075M also offers a wider selection of these attachments.

Price - The 5075E is a more economic choice than the 5075M. However, when additional features and attachments are added to match what comes standard in the M series, the prices of the two become quite similar.

*JDLink™ allows you to track your machines in the field, capture field and fleet data, and monitor the health of individual machines. 

Which one is right for you?

Ultimately, the M series offers the option of adding on more bells and whistles to your tractor. With more customization available, your machine can be specifically tailored to fit your needs — improving efficiency and productivity. Yet, for those looking to save a little money without sacrificing quality and power, the E series might be the perfect machine for you.

If you still need help deciding which machine is right for you, get in touch with our equipment experts by calling or visiting your nearest Papé Machinery Agriculture & Turf location.