3025E vs. 3032E

When comparing models in the John Deere 3 series, there are a lot of similarities and a few key differences that are worth considering before you make an investment. Take a look at the side-by-side spec comparison table below.

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HP 24.7 31.2
PTO HP 19.4 25
Transmission Type Hydrostatic - 2 Range Hydrostatic - 2 Range
2WD or 4WD 4WD 4WD
3PT Hitch Category 1 Category 1
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The Similarities

The John Deere 3025E and the John Deere 3032E are built on the same frame, weigh the same, and have a lot of features in common. Both tractors are 4WD, have a 2-range hydrostatic transmission, and a category 1 3-point hitch with 1,356 lb. lift capacity.

The Differences

The 3025E and 3032E are very similar in appearance and capability but have a few key differences to note.

Engine Horsepower – The 3025E offers a 25-horsepower engine and the 3032E offers a slightly higher 32 horsepower engine.

PTO Horsepower – The lower 19.4 PTO horsepower on the 3025E can make getting enough power to certain attachments a challenge. The 3032e offers 25 PTO horsepower which will make doing certain jobs faster or require fewer passes.

Which one is right for you?

These two models are more alike than they are different. If you need a tractor that can do more than mow, but don’t need a tractor capable of hauling round bales, either of these models are going to suit you well and be a versatile piece of equipment for property management. We recommend opting for the extra horsepower if your budget allows because, at the end of the day, no one has ever regretted having additional power.