Since Kubota first launched its farm tractors in 1960, the “Made-in-Japan” Kubota tractors have always leading the market. Today, Kubota offers a full selection of products from small to large-sized tractors for diverse applications and scales. Moreover, Kubota’s tractor-mounted implements are designed for plowing, harrowing and many other tasks. Kubota’s high levels of performance and reliability have helped the company establish a strong reputation in the world.
And now, we are planning to introduce larger tractors, starting with the new M7 series for large-scale commercial farming. While opening up new horizons for large-scale commercial farming, Kubota will uphold its commitment to research and development, carefully listening to local needs. Kubota will continue to advance and empower the agricultural sector.
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Kubota Diesel Engine
Kubota quickly responds to each country’s strict emissions regulations and provides clean and powerful engines that meet respective environmental standards. In addition to high fuel efficiency made possible by our unique E-CDIS, we have realized low vibration, low noise, and high output in common rail systems. Installed with our diesel engine, our tractors deliver stable and powerful performance.
Because Kubota designed and manufactured the main components, each part functions with optimal efficiency, resulting in enhanced overall product quality.
Product Development Based on Local Needs
Requirements for tractors differ in each market. For European markets, they are used for farming, and for countries such as Japan, they are used on rice paddies. Kubota is highly recognized around the world for developing products based on local needs.
Kubota offers a full lineup of tractors. Our compact utility tractors, used in domestic, agricultural, and industrial settings, excel in power, performance and compactness. Our agricultural tractors maintain the performance and maneuverability of compact tractors, while being capable of handling heavy traction work required in farms.
We have a wide variety of transmissions with a broad range of horsepower allowing for more efficient performance, including Mechanical Transmission, HST (Hydro Static Transmission), GST (Glide Shift Transmission), Powershift Transmission, CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission), etc.
When the turning angle of the front wheels exceeds approximately 35′, Kubota’s Bi-Speed Turn rotates the front wheels nearly twice the speed of the rear wheels. The result is a smoother, tighter turn, allowing the tractor to turn into the adjacent row on the first attempt or easily maneuvering around livestock yards and buildings.
Ergonomically Designed Cab
Kubota tractor’s advanced cabin is designed for enhanced comfort. All displays, levers, and controls, including those for audio and air conditioning, are strategically located on the right-hand console or around the steering wheel for easier access and intuitive operation.
More Possibilities Combined with Kverneland Implements
Leveraging the strengths of the Kverneland Group, which became our wholly owned subsidiary in 2012, Kubota is developing new tractor implements for large-scale farming. Kubota tractors are thus broadening its application in order to serve more customers.
"AgriRobo" Unmannded Autonomous Agricultural Machinery
AgriRobo is Kubota’s autonomous agricultural machinery which is capable of unmanned, automatic operation in order to realize higher efficiency, greater precision and further labor-saving. Farmers can start or stop operate AgriRobo machinery through remote control instructions, and its advanced GPS and automatic driving technology can perform highly accurate cultivating and puddling.
KSAS for Precision Farming
In order to improve efficiency and add more value to agricultural crops, Kubota developed the Kubota Smart Agriculture System (KSAS). We will continue to research and promote precision agriculture by applying information and communication technology (ICT) in the fields.