First ones I've seen sold at auction.
I'm talking the new John Deere S700 Series combines. On a large retirement auction today for Gene and Greg Crouch in northeast Arkansas (Harrisuburg, AR) a pair of 2018 model John Deere S770 combines sold.
The S770 in the foreground in the picture had 235 engine hours and sold for $320,000. The S770 in the background had 249 engine hours and sold for $290,000. Both were rear-wheel assist models with 900/65R32 R2 tires, folding bin, Contour and chopper.
In case you're wondering, that $320K price is not the highest auction sale price I've seen on a John Deere combine the past year. Nope, actually saw a pair of 2017 model S680 combines sell (with no heads) for $360,000 (8/15/18 auction west-central Michigan, 2017 model, 29 engine hours) and $355,000 (11/20/18 farm auction northwest Illinois, 2017 model, 147 engine hours).
FYI: Current Avg. Dealer Advertised Price on 2018 John Deere S770 Combine = $345,609. Here's a link to view (110) 2018 model S770's for sale today all over, click here to view the list: https://www.machinerypete.com/harvesting/combines/john-deere/s770
This northeast Arkansas auction today also had (6) 2017 model John Deere 8295R tractors. Here's a rundown on what they sold for:
* Data by http://www.MachineryPete.com
Here's link to "Tractor Specs" on John Deere 8295R's made from 2014 on: https://www.machinerypete.com/specs/john-deere/8295r/7692
Here's link to view searchable list of equipment for sale on Upcoming Auctions all over, updated daily, click on link then use search filters on left of side of screen to search by Category/Make/Model: https://www.machinerypete.com/calender/listings