John Deere 2032R
Compact Tractor

  • Standard LED headlights and fender lights
  • Comfortable, marine-grade seat stays in top condition
  • Larger, heavier frame for added stability
  • Up to 72" AutoConnect™ mid-mower deck can be installed or removed in under 5 minutes

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John Deere 2032R

Compact Tractor

  • Standard LED headlights and fender lights
  • Comfortable, marine-grade seat stays in top condition
  • Larger, heavier frame for added stability
  • Up to 72" AutoConnect™ mid-mower deck can be installed or removed in under 5 minutes

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Powerful, high-torque diesel engine delivers superb efficiency
Yanmar 3-cylinder, TNV series diesel engine Yanmar 3-cylinder, TNV series diesel engine


The 1.642-L (100.2-cu in.) displacement, liquid-cooled 3TNV88C-NJT Yanmar® diesel engine provides 22.9 kW ( 30.7 hp) to the 2032R.



Number of cylinders

Engine displacement


Gross engine power*

Gross engine PS*

Power take-off (PTO) power*



1.642 L (110.2 cu in.)


22.9 kW (30.7 hp)

31.2 PS

18 kW (24.2 hp)


*Engine kW (hp), gross SAE J1995:  22.9 (30.7) at 2500 rpm, PS

Displacement, L (cu in).: 1.642 (100.2)


The 1.568-L (95.8-cu in.) displacement, turbocharged liquid-cooled 3TNV86T-NJT Yanmar diesel engine provides 27.4 kW ( 36.7 hp) to the 2038R.



Number of cylinders

Engine displacement


Gross engine power*

Gross engine PS*

PTO power*



1.568 L (95.8 cu in.)


27.4 kW (36.7 hp)

37.2 PS

22.7 kW (30.4 hp)


*Engine kW (hp), gross SAE J1995: 27.4 (36.7) at 2500 rpm, PS

Displacement, L (cu in.): 1.568 (95.8)


The engine uses the latest technologies to optimize fuel economy, improve control and accuracy, and reduce environmental impact.


The common rail system (CRS) optimizes fuel economy and reduces operating costs. High-pressure injection atomizes fuel into finer particles which burn more completely. It results in improved fuel economy and a lower cost of operation.


The electronic control unit (ECU) provides optimum fuel control and accuracy. ECU monitors and controls the engine. It continuously monitors engine conditions and adjusts the fuel delivery accordingly to ensure optimum performance and emissions.


The engine comes with an aftertreatment system.  The system operates automatically. The exhaust filter consists of a diesel particulate filter (DPF) which captures particulate matter (PM) contained in the exhaust gas. Using a natural cleaning process, most of the PM trapped in the exhaust filter is eliminated by the heat of the exhaust stream generated by normal use. In situations of low temperature, engine speed or load factor, an active cleaning cycle is initiated.  In this cleaning cycle, the exhaust gas temperature is raised by injecting additional fuel during the exhaust stroke of normal vehicle operation to the diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC).


After many hours of use, the exhaust filter may require an ash removal service.


Depending on the load that the tractor is under, as well as ambient temperature, humidity, and engine speed, the DPF may build up with particulate matter, thus requiring cleaning. Filter cleaning is determined by one of three conditions:

  • A prescribed time-based estimation of needed filter cleaning
  • DOC/DPF pressure sensors
  • A particulate matter buildup estimation based on load conditions


Once one of the three conditions have been met, filter cleaning will occur. There are three different types of filter cleaning processes:

  • Passive filter cleaning
  • Active filter cleaning
  • Parked filter cleaning
Passive filter cleaning

Passive filter cleaning occurs naturally when the engine is generating enough heat to oxidize particulate matter. This automatic process occurs continuously during normal operating conditions. No tractor icons or symbols appear on the display during passive filter cleaning.


NOTE: Passive filter cleaning requires no operator involvement, and there is no interruption to tractor operation.

Active filter cleaning

If conditions (temperature, load, or speed) for passive filter cleaning cannot be achieved, then particulate matter is removed using active filter cleaner.


To achieve the required conditions, exhaust temperature management (ETM) manages the initiation and duration of active filter cleaning. ETM can adjust numerous engine parameters and/or inject a small quantity of fuel into the exhaust stream for a short duration. The fuel turns to vapor and chemically reacts with the catalysts in the DOC to create heat to oxidize particulate matter.


It is important to note that at no time is fuel in the DOC/DPF ignited, and there is no interruption to tractor operation.


Like passive filter cleaning, active filter cleaning requires no operator involvement, and there is no interruption to tractor operation.

Parked filter cleaning

In some instances where passive and active filter cleaning have not fully cleaned the particulate matter from the system, a parked filter cleaning may need to take place. Most likely, the only time a parked filter cleaning will need to occur is when automatic filter cleaning has been disabled for an extended period of time and multiple warnings to engage filter cleaning were ignored or if the tractor has been used during light load conditions. Additionally, when the automatic filter cleaning process has been deliberately interrupted multiple times, or if active filter cleaning has failed numerous times due to a failed component, a parked filter cleaning may be requested. In these rare instances the operator will have to park the tractor and start the filter cleaning process.


The parked filter cleaning process needs to be activated based on usage and operation of the tractor. The process will take approximately 30 minutes. See operator’s manual for more details.


The emissions system on this engine constantly monitors the soot level of the tractor, making sure the tractor is always in peak performance condition. This ensures high performance at all times.


NOTE: Number of hours since last regeneration and soot level percentage viewable on LCD display.


For more information regarding Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations and the technology behind John Deere Integrated Emissions Control systems, click here.

Yanmar TNV Series engine offers these features:

  • Economical cast-in-block cylinder design for good cooling and long life
  • Direct fuel injection
    • Improves starting
    • Injects fuel directly on top of pistons for more efficient combustion
    • Develops more horsepower per gallon of fuel than indirect injection engines
  • Aluminum alloy pistons are lightweight to reduce connecting rod bearing loads and provide good heat transfer characteristics
    • Design permits tighter tolerances and neutralizes expansion of the piston, which reduces blow-by and noise from piston slap
    • Top rings are higher on the piston and a thinner head gasket is used to greatly reduce the volume of unburned waste gases and increase combustion efficiency
  • Timing gears and injector drive gears have a helical profile to reduce engine noise
  • Auto-bleed fuel system
    • There is no need to prime the system if the tractor runs out of fuel
    • The system self-primes the injection pump, lines and injectors, providing fast fuel recovery for easier starting
  • High-capacity lubrication system provides filtered oil, under pressure, to all engine bearings for long life 
  • Fuel filter with replaceable element
  • Water separator with additional replaceable filter element
  • See-through coolant recovery tank permits operator to check coolant level without removing radiator cap
  • Dry-type air cleaner with safety element
    • Dual element design for added engine protection
    • Air cleaner service indicator is standard equipment on all models and alerts the operator on the instrument panels
  • Easy access to engine check and fill points on the right-hand side of the tractor by removing the side panels 


Yanmar is a trademark of Yanmar Co., Ltd.

Easy-to-use hydrostatic transmission (HST) increases productivity

The 2032R and 2038R Tractors are equipped with a two-range hydrostatic transmission (HST) incorporated in a die-cast aluminum transmission case. Fluid under pressure transmits engine power to the drive wheels via a closed-loop pump and motor arrangement. Infinite ground speeds allow the operator to match the speed of the tractor to the job.

  • No clutching for fast and easy direction changes
  • Twin Touch™ foot pedals for quick and easy forward/reverse operation
  • Transmission oil cooler cools transmission oil for longer transmission life


Safety features of the HST transmission include:

  • The tractor will only start with the range lever in neutral
    • If the range lever is in gear when the key is turned to the start position, the instrument panel instructs the operator to shift to neutral
  • The engine will shut off if the operator leaves the seat and the power take-off (PTO) is engaged
Twin Touch foot controls
Twin Touch foot controls Twin Touch foot controls

Key John Deere advantages – John Deere’s Twin Touch foot controls offer several key advantages over competitive HST models tractors.

  • Some competitive hydrostatic tractors use a treadle pedal (toe-heel) design foot control for operation of the HST
    • Requires the operator to use both toe and heel to change direction, resulting in increased operator fatigue
    • The Twin Touch configuration also makes it easier to inch the tractor forward or rearward (i.e., when attaching to implements)
Integrated hydrostatic pump and motor
  • Sauer-Danfoss® manufacturer provides the integrated pump and motor; this assures that the components are matched to each other, providing maximum efficiency
  • Provides strength and durability needed for operating such attachments as loaders and backhoes
  • One reservoir (with one check-point and fill point) for the transmission, differential, and hydraulic system speeds up daily maintenance
  • Mechanically actuated by Twin Touch foot pedals allow the operator to select both directions of travel and speed with the touch of a toe
Cruise control

An electronic cruise control is standard equipment on the 2032R and 2038R Tractors. Cruise control is electronically engaged and disengaged using a toggle switch located on the right-hand console.

  • Maintains desired forward speed without having to touch the forward pedal
  • To disengage the cruise control, either apply pressure to the brake pedal or disengage the cruise control switch

Sauer-Danfoss is a trademark of Sauer-Danfoss Incorporated.

Operator station is comfortable and convenient
Operator Station Operator Station

The operator station has been designed to allow for greater operator comfort and increased visibility. The ergonomic layout and convenient color coded controls allow for easy identification and operation. The design of the operator station allows operators to sit “in” as opposed to “on” which provides comfort and increased stability.


Below are other key features of the 2032R and 2038R Tractor operator’s station:

  • Sloping hood design provides improved visibility
  • Plenty of room for comfortable operation
  • Cup holder, multiple storage compartments and a 12V outlet ensures an organized operator station
  • Rubberized floor mat design to reduce vibration and noise
  • Step-through operator platform makes getting on and off the tractor easy
  • Fender-mounted handrails, large and easy to grab, assist the operator when getting on and off the tractor
  • Controls have been raised and integrated into the fender for operator comfort and ease of use
  • Large, easy to read decals provide clear instructions for experienced and even non experienced operators
  • Front horizontal exhaust for increased operator visibility
  • If the operator leaves the tractor seat when the transmission, mid PTO, or rear PTO is engaged, the engine will shut down
    • For applications where out-of-seat PTO operation is required, the following criteria must be met: transmission in neutral, park brake engaged, and PTO selector set to rear only. See operator's manual for specific instructions.
  • Specially designed panels route hot air flow from the engine compartment under the tractor instead of directly onto the operator
Left-side step
Left-side entrance step Left-side entrance step
  • The left-side step allows for easy access on and off the tractor
  • Foot platform has a non-skid surface
Premium seat
Premium high-back seat Premium high-back seat

The thick, soft padding on this seat provides a smooth and comfortable ride with added weather resistance from marine grade vinyl that is easy to clean. A high, scalloped back makes it easier for the operator to turn to view rear implements.

  • Seat adjusts fore/aft for operator convenience
  • Seat flips forward for protection from the elements
  • High seat back and armrests are in base equipment and allow for a more comfortable operation
  • Retractable seat belt feature prevents the seat belt from becoming tangled in the seat suspension and controls


Key features of the operator’s station include:

  • Tilt steering wheel design in base equipment on the 2032R and 2038R Tractors
    • Allows the operator to adjust the steering wheel to the most comfortable position
    • Provides additional clearance for the operator to enter and exit the tractor
    • Provides easy return to the fully raised position
    • Provides plenty of room for comfortable operation
Tilt steering lever Tilt steering lever
  • Easy-fold ROPS allows tractor to be used or stored in low clearance environments
Optional iMatch™ Quick-Hitch feature allows for easy implement hookup
iMatch Quick-Hitch (LVB25976) iMatch Quick-Hitch (LVB25976)

One of the greatest operator concerns involves difficulty in attaching tractor implements. John Deere has addressed this issue with the iMatch Quick-Hitch.

The iMatch Quick-Hitch provides easy hookup and a guaranteed fit for all Category 1 implements that are designed to meet the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) Category 1 Standard S278.6 for quick-attach hitches.

  • All implements require a set of bushings in order for the attachment to fit and work properly with the iMatch Quick-Hitch. One set of bushings comes with the iMatch Quick-Hitch.

NOTE: The bushing set can be seen in the picture above. These bushings allow the hooks on the iMatch and the pins on the implement to fit together properly. All other implements (box blades, tillers, rear blades, etc.) will require a set of bushings to enlarge the pin to fit with the iMatch hooks. Bushings of different lengths can be found in the parts system or through a bushing supplier (see dimensions below).

  • Upper bushing
    • Inside diameter: 1.93-1.95 cm (0.76-0.77 in.)
    • Outside diameter: 3.15-3.18 cm (1.24-1.25 in.)
  • Lower bushings
    • Inside diameter: 2.24-2.26 cm (0.88 to 0.89 in.)
    • Outside diameter: 3.63-3.66 cm (1.43 to 1.44 in.)
CommandCut™ controls allows quick and accurate height of cut adjustments
Instrument panel Instrument panel
CommandCut™ controls CommandCut™ controls

The 2032R and 2038R tractors features the CommandCut™ mower deck lift system, which allows quick and accurate adjustments of the mower deck with the turn of a dial and the bump of a lever. Control callouts make operation simple and repeatable. The height of cut setting dial and raise/lower lever are conveniently located on the right-hand console and easily accessible by the operator. Some of the key benefits of this system are:

  • Installing CommandCut™ only requires a simple calibration after installation. It is a true “plug-and-play” system as no controller programming is required.
  • Inhibits PTO operation when mower deck is in the install position to prevent PTO driveling and mower deck blade damage
  • Eliminates the need for hydraulic power and components, thus dedicating all hydraulic capacity to other implements or tract functions
    • Fewer hydraulic components means fewer hydraulic leaks, especially when working on sensitive turf
  • Precise height of cut with no drift or leakdown
    • System can be calibrated to different tire sizes to maintain precision
  • Minimum effort required to set height of cut and to raise/lower the mower deck which reduces operator fatigue
  • Easy to read graphical interface on the instrument panel allows operator to glance at the desired height of cut while staying focused on mowing
  • Built in transport lock can be activated from the seat by turning the height of cut dial to position 6 and raising the deck to the highest position 
Excellent serviceability and diagnostics reduce operational cost and improves productivity

Regular service and maintenance are essential to the performance, productivity, and longevity of the tractor.

  • Tractors are equipped with extensive onboard self-diagnostic capabilities and are fully compatible with the John Deere-exclusive ServiceADVISOR™ system.


  • Four quarter turn fasteners allow operators to easily remove the engine side panels without tools to access to the engine compartment.
Quarter turn fasteners Quarter turn fasteners
Right tractor side panel removed Right tractor side panel removed
  • Easy access to regular service points minimizes service time
  • Daily service checks, such as checking the engine oil or water separator, can be done without opening the hood or removing the tractor side panels
  • Tractors are equipped with an electronic air filter restriction indicator that alerts the operator when the air filter needs to be cleaned or changed
Air filter restriction sensor Air filter restriction sensor
  • Daily service requirements are minimal and simple to accomplish. Most service interval requirements can be performed with a basic understanding of procedures and common tools.
  • All external engine, fuel and transmission filters are easily accessible
  • Increased service intervals lessen overall cost of ownership
  • Hydraulic oil service interval increased to 1200 hours when using Hy-Gard™ products
  • Hydraulic oil filter will need to be changed every 400 hours
  • Fuel tank is located on the rear of the tractor to allow for easy access when fueling
Fuel Tank Fuel Tank
  • Gas-lift hood support eliminates the need for a mechanical prop rod
Gas-lift hood shocks Gas-lift hood shocks

All items in the daily service schedule can be performed without the use of tools:

  • Engine oil, hydraulic oil, coolant level, and the water separator can be conveniently accessed
  • The engine can be easily accessed by simply raising the hood for more periodic maintenance checks


NOTE:  Always refer to the operator’s manual for complete maintenance and service recommendations.

Specs & Compare


Key Specs

Current Model
Engine power (gross)SAE J1995 rated power: 22.9 kW
30.7 hp
31.2 PS at 2500 rpm
Power take-off (PTO) power18 kW
24.2 hp
Steering hydraulics15 L/min
4 gpm
Implement hydraulics20.2 L/min
5.3 gpm
Hitch typeCategory 1
Lift capacity, 24-in. behind link arms615 kg
1356 lb
Standard transmission; forward/reverseHydrostatic transmission (HST)
Cruise controlStandard
Approximate shipping weight (open-station; cab)Open station: 1306 kg
2879 lb
Cab: Not applicable
Wheelbase1723 mm
67.8 in.


Engine model3TNV88C-NJT2
Engine power (gross)SAE J1995 rated power: 22.9 kW
30.7 hp
31.2 PS at 2500 rpm
Power take-off (PTO) power18 kW
24.2 hp
Rated engine speed2500 rpm
TypeDirect Injection
Injection pump typeDirect Injection
Emissions complianceFinal Tier 4
Cylinders/displacementThree cylinders: 1.642 L
100.2 cu in.
Number of cylindersThree
Cylinder linersCast-in-block
Bore and stroke88x90 mm
3.46x3.54 in.
Compression ratio19.1:1
Cooling systemWater pump
Air cleanerDual element
Engine torque at rated speed87.5 Nm
64.5 lb-ft
Fuel tank capacity32 L
8.5 U.S. gal.


Battery size500 CCA
Alternator (12-V)85 amp
Starter size1.4 kW
1.9 hp

Fuel system

TypeDirect Injection
Fuel consumption


Standard transmission; forward/reverseHydrostatic transmission (HST)
Optional transmission; forward/reverse
Left-hand reverser
Transmission gear ranges
Final driveSpur gear
BrakesWet disc
SteeringPower steering
Clutch, wet/dry
Clutch disk diameter wet clutch
Axle capacityFront
880 kg
1940 lb
1800 kg
3968 lb
Cruise controlStandard
Differential lockYes
Drawbar maximum vertical load


TypeOpen center
Pump rated outputSteering
15 L/min
4 gpm
20.2 L/min
5.3 gpm
35.2 L/min
9.3 gpm
Pump typeDual gear
Maximum operating pressure172 bar
2495 psi
Draft control sensingPosition control
Remote control valves availableUp to three

3-point hitch

TypeCategory 1
Lift capacity, 24-in. behind link arms615 kg
1356 lb

Power take-off (PTO)

StandardRear: 543 rpm
Mid: 1998 rpm
ClutchWet disc
Brake (for mid and rear PTO)Wet disc
Engagement method

Fluid capacities

Crankcase with filter4.5 L
4.8 gal.
Transmission and hydraulic system

Final drive

TypeSpur Gear
Differential lockYes

Operator station

Rollover protective structureType
Platform - flat/straddleSemi-flat
Gear shift location - console/floor


Air conditioning, temperature differential
Noise rating
Seat equipment


Wheelbase1723 mm
67.8 in.
Front axle clearance
Turning radius with brakes2.46 m
8.07 ft
Turning radius without brakes
Limited slip differential
Approximate shipping weight (open-station; cab)Open station: 1306 kg
2879 lb
Cab: Not applicable


FrontR1 Ag 7.00-12
R3 Turf 23x8.50-14
R4 Industrial 23x8.50-14
R3 Turf Radial 200/60 R15
RearR1 Ag 12.4-16
R3 Turf 14-17.5
R4 Industrial 14-17.5
R3 Turf Radial 300/70 R20
Front tread range
Rear tread spacing


Tilt steering wheelYes
12-V OutletYes

Additional information

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Location: Ohio
Length of Ownership: 3months
Usage: Monthly
Love It!

Does everything I could need. I don't farm but I live on 5 acres of land with a new built home so I've had a ton of work to do to the yard to get it looking good. This tractor has been able to do everything needed! Best advice to anyone looking...spring for the loader. Had a neighbor tell me the same even though I didn't need it, and in the first few months, I've used it at least a dozen times. Seems to sip gas so far and has more than enough power for any medium to small-sized heavy duty job. Excited to finally use rear PTO this fall on a tiller. 72" mower deck is pretty boss, although it was very annoying that they couldn't get in the R4 tires requested due to shortages. A great investment that will last for decades if taken care of properly!

Location: Northern ny
Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger
Usage: Weekly
Constantly broken

Hydraulic pump failed at 200hrs, has had 6 lift deck actuators, hydraulic pump over pressurized bucket and blew both bucket cylinders.

Cal Fire Mom
Location: Turlock, California
Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger
Usage: Weekly
A perfect fit!

I bought a package deal, tractor, loader, mower and scraper. We have larger tractors and a John Deere backhoe that we could not do without. I saw a display of the package deal at a nearby feed store and had to inquire. So glad that I did! We have horses and cattle and use this tractor for feeding, moving equipment (heavier that you would think), mowing pasture, scraping our arena and loading work equipment for our business onto a flatbed trailer. I seriously don't think that we could or would do without it. We are seniors and just love the convenience of having it. Things my husband used to be able to lift by hand and can't anymore, are a piece of cake for us. It has a nickname "Little Johnny" and "sleeps" in our shop. It gets more baths than our pickups.

Location: ohio
Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger
Usage: Weekly
good machine,, but

I have had a 650 with extratrak tires that i bought new over 30 years ago. always able to get it out of the mud and difficult areas. 4 wheel drive and able to lock both back tires when it go bad. the 2032 is not like that. going up a gentle slope in the snow, in "4 wheel drive" i had one front wheel turning and one back wheel turning. have been very nearly stuck multiple times. with out being able to have positive traction which i asked for and was told it had when i bought the tractor. It is a good tractor so far, just don't use it in the mud, snow, soft ground. or on a hill.

Location: Napoleon, Ohio
Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger
Usage: Weekly
Great tractor, Worthless poorly designed loader.

I "upgraded" from a 2001 4110 FEL and 60" belly mower. It was a lighter tractor and mowed exceptionally well designed loader. I purchased the re-designed 2018 2032R with an FEL and 60" mower. The features on this tractor with the AutoConnect mower deck are light years beyond the competition and have gotten even better in 2022 with the self leveling loader and newly available 3rd function. As the non-self leveling loader is absolute rubbish in design and function, I'd highly recommend the self leveling model just because there is no way it could be worse than the 220R! The loader cylinder geometry renders bucket control to a rattling clunky affair that you cannot keep level to the ground you are working. My loader lacks the lift capacity of the old 4110. Get the fast coupler option for the loader as well. The 4 separate Pioneer connectors are poorly mounted, hard to couple, and undersized. The tractor could certainly benefit from more hydraulic gpm's. The front axle is a carryover from the miserable performing 4200 from the 90's. It won't turn as tight as a 3R series and will scuff on all but the driest of lawns. I wish the deck lift were hydraulic instead of hydraulic. The electric affair has already died on me once (warranty thank God).If they would update the 3R series with the available options on the 2R that would be a better option. You cannot believe how easy to use and pleasant this tractor is! The loader is just worthless.

Location: fairbanks Alaska
Length of Ownership: 1week
Usage: Daily
Good, but could use some refinements

I have had this tractor for a week now, and have used it daily. This was a replacement unit for my Kubota B2650. The performance seems great. A few little things I don't care for include the placement of the key, and the lack of room around the differential lock. The lock, the 4wd selector, and the parking brake are close together, and there is insufficient room when wearing snow boots. I can live with these things, and the hydrostatic transmission is much quieter than the Kubota.

Location: Greenville NC
Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger
Usage: Daily

I bought this tractor in 2014 and now have over 1400 hours of operation on it. It is a high quality product, remarkable engine and hydraulics, and very powerful for its size. I mow about 7 acres a week with a 6 foot finishing mower. I also have a belly mower but opted out for a 3-pt hitch finish mower last year because of the terrain I mow. Both mowers worked great, but I prefer the 3-pt hitch mower for ease of removal and hookup since I also use the tractor for garden work. It handles a 5 ft tiller with ease, and all other rear implements as well. I recommend it highly and my next purchase will be another John Deere, . . . perhaps one with an air conditioned cab.

Location: wisconsin
Length of Ownership: 6months
Usage: Weekly
Extremely capable tractor suitable for serious use

After a lot of research and talking to individuals with small acreages to contractors that use small tractors for landscaping work, I purchased a 2020 JD 2032R. Every guy that makes a living with small tractors recommended buying a John Deere if I could afford it. When I got a price for a comparable Kubota (not a stripped down Kubota), the JD 2032R was $50 more than the lowest JD dealer. JD dealers do vary a lot in price so shop around. The layout of the controls and the features built into the JD reflect a lot of refinement over older JD tractors and everything else on market. The FEL and mower detachment/attachment are amazingly well designed features. I immediate put my tractor into heavy use and over loaded the 220 FEL moving pallets of bricks. The 2032 repeatedly picked up in excess of its rated capacity and my contractor told me his orange tractor is lucky to lift 80% of its rating. The rest of the experience with the unit has been the same. Performing better than I expected. Mowing with the electric 60" deck is a premium experience and the tractor did not even notice running a 60" tiller through sod. Of special note, the emission regen system works perfectly and this is not a small matter. Many tractors with orange paint are failing to regenerate and spending a lot of time at the dealership rather than working for the owner. With the Deere, you just use it and the harder you work it, the better. The tractor takes care of the rest. The only real negative is this tractor is heavy and it leaves prints in my house yard after a good rain. I did buy a small rider for around the house to keep my wife happy. For mowing large areas, the 2032R is excellent. One caution is do not let your wife use it. My wife thinks its her tractor now.


  • serious equipment that exceeds its ratings
  • easy to use fel and mower deck
  • well laid out controls
  • emission regen works without intervention
  • easy to operate

  • heavy for mowing on wet ground

Location: Ok
Length of Ownership: 3months
Usage: Weekly
John DEERE 2032R all round is great

New to using tractors I Like this one cause of the ergonomics paid all cash for it and all attachments. 33k I believe. Human error on using imatch and bushings I didn’t need. Just great all round Just need a grapple. I went with John Deere attachments cause I just wanted to make sure it fits. They are a bit over priced but John Deere service is the greatest. On explanation and repairing etc. It took them forever to get some of my attachments during lock down of 2020 coronavirus. But got them all. Still learning all the ins and out but I love it. I match was a bit tricky but I think I had wrong bushings


  • best trac all around

  • the manuals are a bit difficult for beginners



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