In 1969, the Japanese brand Kubota launched the first mini-tractor in the history of agricultural mechanization on the American market of special equipment. The model was named L200 and quickly brought fame to the company, hitherto marked only by the production of cast-iron pipes for water pipes.
Recently, the range of Kubota has expanded significantly. Equipped with the latest technology “novices” took their place among the time-tested “veterans”. Now the ambitious Japanese have tractors that can satisfy the needs of the most demanding and demanding farmers.
The powerful Kubota L1-R26 mini tractor equipped with a 4-cylinder 4-stroke engine with 26 hp with forced liquid cooling and electric starter, designed for the most difficult and time-consuming work. All-wheel drive Kubota A-155D with 8-speed manual gearbox and 4-stroke 3-cylinder engine with 15 hp will become an indispensable assistant in performing a whole range of agricultural tasks - from plowing and planting any agricultural crops, to their subsequent processing.
Economical and easy to maintain, the Kubota B1402 DT Mini Tractor is equipped with a robust 19-horsepower 3-cylinder 4-stroke water-cooled diesel engine. and a volume of 831 cm cubic meters, with a modest fuel consumption (3 l / h), which can significantly save on fuel. Almost all models are equipped with a hinged floating mill S900 (1.0 meters) with a manipulator for the hydraulic drive for lifting and adjusting the working level of the attachment, depth and angle of attack. You can also note the possibility of differential lock, 3-speed mode of operation of the power take-off shaft (PTO), as well as the presence of a brake pedal on each rear wheel and manual adjustment of the rear wheels along the furrow.
At the moment, Kubota has more than 80 types of mini tractors in its assortment. They are all very different in terms of power, configuration, equipment and even color. A common feature of all Kubota models is a wide range of functionality, manufacturability and attention to detail.