The challenges facing agriculture are becoming larger and more complex. To solve them, you need more than a new tractor; you need a partner to help you make smart decisions. It should be more efficient, reliable, provide great features at a reasonable price. Offering uncompromising performance, outstanding power and superior fuel efficiency, Kubota's M-Series range of agricultural tractors and implements is world-class.
Kubota has earned a solid reputation for advanced technology, innovation, reliability and excellent service.
Kubota's M series combines high torque and low fuel consumption with advanced intelligent technology. The result: high performance and versatility for any task in the field or on the farm.
From the compact Kubota M4002 utility tractor to the class-leading M7002 with its extraordinary power, new technology and Stage V engine - M Series, the company offers a wide range of tractors (66-170 hp) to meet the demands of today's sustainable and profitable agriculture. .
Powered by a 6108L V6,1 four-cylinder engine under a sparkling orange hood. To comply with Tier 4 final, the company went to great lengths: a passive particulate filter was placed under the hood, an SCR catalytic converter with an eAdBlue injection module was placed under the exhaust.
The spring-loaded, rigid Dana axle contributes to driving comfort. It leans far back with a long arm and thus provides suspension comfort. The suspension can work automatically depending on the situation, or it can hang in the lowest position if you want to work with a front loader.
As for hydraulics, the M7171 is fully up to date. There are a maximum of six control units in the rear.
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The company presents the third generation M7 tractors
Kubota (UK) Ltd introduced the M7003 tractor series to the UK market. Now in its third generation, the latest M7 models meet EU Stage V emissions regulations and combine further refinements with enhanced functionality and increased operator convenience.
“New features across the lineup include Xpress restart, multi-speed steering, advanced LED lighting package and Tractor Implement Management (TIM),” explains Luke Sellwood, Kubota Agriculture Product Manager. "The M7003 buyer also has access to more additional options."
The M7003 series offers three models - M7133, M7153 and M7173. The power output of the four-cylinder engine remains unchanged at 130 hp, 150 hp. and 170 hp respectively, with an increase of 20 hp. on two less powerful models and 5 hp. on the flagship M7173.
Revised engine specifications provide a constant power range from 1800 to 2100 rpm and a constant torque level from 1200 to 1600 rpm. Full power is reached at 1900 rpm and maximum torque is reached at 1500 rpm.
Compliance with EU Stage V emissions standards is achieved through the combination of an advanced diesel particulate filter (DPF) and selective catalytic reduction (SCR), which eliminates low pressure EGR. The DPF cleaning interval has been doubled from 3000 hours to 6000 hours, helping to reduce operating costs.
Transmission options still include a continuously variable KVT and a powershift transmission that uses six shift speeds in five synchronized ranges. The powershift transmission now has additional features thanks to the development of the Xpress restart.
All models are now equipped with multi-speed steering. This new development allows the operator to select the steering ratio according to the operating speed and application, for example providing more comfort and convenience when turning on the headlands.
“The standard gear ratio is four turns lock-to-lock,” says Mr. Sellwood. “With Multispeed, the operator can choose to reduce the required number of revolutions by 20%, 40% or 60%.”
In its fastest setting, Multispeed achieves full lock in just 1,5 turns forward and 2,4 turns backwards. For safety reasons, the system is automatically deactivated at a forward speed of 18 km/h (12 km/h in reverse) and reactivated when the speed drops below this threshold, i.e. the driving speed decreases. The system is completely disabled when forward speed reaches 25 km/h (20 km/h reverse) and can only be re-enabled when the tractor slows down and the Multispeed selector switch is in a different position.