Many of the major OEMs have come out with new combine models or feature upgrades for 2016. To save you some time in comparison shopping, here are some company links that will give you roundup of what’s new. The company has made some major enhancements to its Axial-Flow 140 series combines for 2016, including these:. New two-speed electronic shift New lightweight concaves Higher-capacity cleaning system A larger clean grain elevator with improved delivery Better residue management system Intuitive user interface John Deere S-series combines. For model year 2016, John Deere is adding performance boosting features to its S-Series Combines, 600C Series Corn Heads and 600F HydraFlex Draper Platforms, as well as introducing a new 12-row folding corn head. 12 percent larger cleaning sieve and a new shoe drive system with a beefed up, wider belt with double the tensile strength. Active Terrain Adjustment, now a factory-installed option New Active Yield automated calibration attachment Onboard air compressor for combine cleaning and maintenance in-field. New 12-row corn head (612FC model) with an improved row unit slip clutch and drive shaft interface Expanded line of HydraFlex Drapers with new streamlined end dividers, a wider center-feed section, and 30 percent stronger reel.