Kubota Tractor Corporation revealed two models to its MX-Series utility tractor line – the MX4800 and the MX5200.
Both tractors offer two- and four-wheel drive and HST models. Additionally, they deliver 49.3 or 54.7 horsepower, as well as are Tier 4 Final compliant.
Both machines feature a Kubota diesel engine, as well as a Common Rail System (CRS) and Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF).
Each model features hydraulic servo HST systems that increase pedal responsiveness and shifting ease regardless of load size.
Kubota’s synchro shuttle transmissions on the gear drive models – with 8 forward and 8 reverse speeds – help productivity with simple shuttle lever shifting for maximum control.
Both the two- and four-wheel-drive models come equipped with hydrostatic power steering, and a touch and turn, electric PTO switch has been repositioned to the right side of the console for operation with a push and turn start.
Users will find a new suspension seat on both tractors, and the fully flat deck helps with safe mounting and dismounting with 30 inches of space between fenders.
Additional features include a cup holder, behind-the-seat toolbox and newly designed LCD dash panel with larger gauges.
The models also feature a larger fuel tank with 13.5-gallon capacity.
The redesigned, one-piece slanted hood is made of steel and can fully open for maintenance.