Kubota intros new compact tractor series

April 24, 2019 -  By
Kubota B01 Series (Photo: Kubota)

Kubota B01 Series (Photo: Kubota)

Kubota Tractor Corp. introduced the B01 Series compact tractors with the B2301 and the B2601.

The series is ideal for first-time operators as well as seasoned professionals, the company said.

“The B01 Series pays tribute to Kubota’s long history of delivering quality and value to our compact tractor customers,” said Jacob Sherman, Kubota product manager, compact tractors. “This new series is the essence of flexibility and ease of use, with many features such as the Swift-Tach front-end loaders with one-lever quick coupler and drive-over midmount mower decks. This series truly offers a compact tractor that can handle real work every day, easily and effortlessly.”

The B01 Series models include the B2301 and B2601. Both models feature the Goodyear R14T crossover tires, with a new versatile hybrid tread design. This tire is only offered on the Kubota B01 Series compact tractor in that horsepower category, the company reported.

The single-lever quick coupler allows for swift and easy attachments without spilling hydraulic oil. The quick coupler is compatible with the LA425 Swift-Tach Loader, which operators can remove in less than 70 seconds, without all having to leave the operator platform.

The B2301 and B2601 models deliver 20.9 and 24.3 hp, respectively. They are equipped with liquid-cooled Kubota engines and the 3-Range hydrostatic transmission, giving the tractors smooth shifting and powerful performance for heavy-duty loader usage. Smooth and dependable HST transmission allows for increased maximum speed and easy-to-use range selection, optimizing power output to meet operator needs, the company added.

Additional attachments include Kubota’s drive-over mower deck, landscape rake, post hold digger, rear-mount snow blower and BH70 backhoe, among others. The B01 Series is designed to work with a variety of attachments.

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