John Deere Announces the 326 P Compact Wheel Loader

The 326 P-Tier is a new compact wheel loader with a telescopic boom.

Compact Wheel Loaders are a fast-growing equipment segment on farm and ranch applications. Their versatility and capabilities give them a wide range of functions on most farm applications, making them an ideal investment for the farmer or rancher looking to maximize their investment. Knowing this, John Deere and Coastline Equipment are excited to offer the new 326 P-Tier Telescopic Compact Wheel Loader, a machine that has a purpose-built and powerful toolkit for your application.

The 326 P-Tier offers a telescopic boom with 16 feet of reach, which is more than enough for most farm duties, including bale stacking, but still compact enough for working in tight spaces like pens, and barns. Safety was a top priority for the 326 P-Tier development; the telescopic arm controls are managed with a joystick lever allowing the operating to maintain control of the steering wheel, and the Load Torque Indicator System provides the operator with visual and audible alarms if the machine becomes overloaded, and can only be over-ridden if the load weight is reduced.

Be sure to check out the attached images with comments from Coastline Equipment Sales Manager Shane Boettcher in latest issue of "Ag Proud Idaho."

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Key Takeaways:

  • Perfect for ranch and farm applications

  • Maximizes your investment by doing more

  • Multi-purpose workhorse that can take on most farm duties

  • 16 feet of telescopic reach

  • Focus on safety with joystick controls and overload protections

  • Expert support from Coastline Equipment

To learn more about the new 326 P-Tier Telescopic Compact Wheel Loader, reach out to your local Coastline Equipment location and learn how the 326 P-Tier can improve your farm or ranch operation.

AN image of the John Deere 326 P-Tier Telescopic Compact Wheel Loader. An Image of Ag Proud Idaho, 326 P-Tier Compact Wheel Loader An image of Coastline Equipment Sales Manager Shane Boettcher.