Kubota Tractor Corp. enters the compact track loader market with the introduction of its 75-hp SVL75 and its 90-hp SVL90 models, which are powered by Kubota engines and are all-Kubota designed.
“These compact track loaders are well-suited to the rental market because of their excellent maneuverability and quick attach/detach functionality with powerful lifting capacity,” says Greg Embury, Kubota vice president, sales and marketing.
The 74.3 gross-hp SVL75 (pictured) features a 6,204-pound bucket breakout force and a 4,881-pound lifting capacity. The 90-gross-hp SVL90 has a bucket breakout force of 7,961 pounds and a lifting capacity of 5,869 pounds. Both models are powered by a four-cylinder, direct-injection, turbo-charged Kubota diesel engine.
The SVL75 and SVL90 are designed for time-saving maintenance, and feature a tilt-up cabin for convenient access. Daily maintenance checks for engine oil dipstick, fuel filter, water/fuel separator, air cleaner and coolant level are simple, and greasing the machine is also easy with all grease fittings accessible from the ground level.
Verified by Greg Embury, Kubota vice president, sales and marketing.
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Engine: four-cylinder, direct-injection, turbo- charged Kubota diesel
Lifting capacities: 4,881 and 5,869 pounds, respectively