Machinery Review - New Kubota tractor aims to improve efficiency


The new Kubota M7002 has been released and lays the claim of having improved efficiency, as well as improved features to allow for easier operation. Read more below.

Machinery Review - New Kubota tractor aims to improve efficiency

  • ADDED
  • 1 year ago

The new Kubota M7002 has been released and lays the claim of having improved efficiency, as well as improved features to allow for easier operation. Read more below.

Japanese machinery manufacturers, Kubota, have recently launched their latest large-scale upland tractor to the market, which comes with up to 170 horsepower.

The M7002 lays the claim of having greatly improved most features, which makes it easier to use and manoeuvre. The design was launched at the end of last year and comes in 130HP, 150HP or 170HP.

What’s new? -

The most innovative part of the new design is the six-speed powershift transmission, which comes in both premium and standard models.

Other Features -

  • Economical fuel consumption
  • Optimised engine tuning
  • Max weight of 11,500kgs
  • Max torque reached at a low 1,500rpm
  • Speeds of up to 50km/hr.
  • Improved tyre equipment.
  • LED working lights - allow for greater visibility
  • Buttons at tractor rear - to simplify the coupling of rear implements
  • Heated rear-view mirrors, which can be electrically adjusted.
  • New exhaust system design.

The latest tractor to be released by Kubota also has some nifty onboard technology, such as the K-monitor (which was enhanced) and optimised autosteer. On the inside to maximise comfort, the driver seat has also been improved, as has the sealing of the cab, as well as many other physical features.

A new ‘fast’ tractor released by Kubota, the M7002. Would you give it a try?

Similar Articles

Comments


The Marts Forecast
The Marts Forecast
Click to View Weekly Mart Schedules
SELECT LIVESTOCK

Cattle Marts Scheduled Nationwide

Monday

  • Birr
  • Carrigallen
  • Granard
  • Elphin
  • Inishowen
  • Manorhamilton
  • Stranolar
  • Tuam

Tuesday

  • Ballina
  • Ballyjamesduff
  • Drumshambo
  • Ennis
  • Enniscorthy
  • Fermoy
  • Nenagh

Wednesday

  • Athenry
  • Ballinrobe
  • Elphin
  • Granard
  • Kilrush
  • Nenagh

Thursday

  • Ballymote
  • Birr
  • Castlerea
  • Drumshambo
  • Ennis
  • Kilkenny
  • Raphoe

Friday

  • Donegal
  • Gort
  • Kilfenora
  • Roscommon
  • Roscrea
  • Tullow

Saturday

  • Balla
  • Carnew
  • Carrigallen
  • Dowra
  • Loughrea
  • Maam Cross
  • Mohill
  • New Ross
  • Scariff
  • Tullow

Sheep Marts Scheduled Nationwide

Monday

  • Ballyjamesduff
  • Carrigallen
  • Elphin
  • Fermoy
  • Kilkenny
  • Raphoe

Tuesday

  • Athenry
  • Ballina
  • Donegal
  • Ennis
  • Inishowen
  • Tuam
  • Tullow

Wednesday

  • Ballinrobe
  • Enniscorthy
  • Gort
  • Manorhamilton
  • Roscommon
  • Roscrea
  • Stranorlar

Thursday

  • Ballymote
  • Carnew
  • Loughrea

Friday

  • Dowra

Saturday

  • New Ross
  • Maam Cross

Dairy Marts Scheduled Nationwide

Monday

  • Kilkenny

Tuesday

Wednesday

  • Enniscorthy (2nd Wednesday Of Month)

Thursday

Friday

  • Fermoy

Saturday

Calf Marts Scheduled Nationwide

Monday

Tuesday

  • Kilkenny

Wednesday

  • Enniscorthy

Thursday

Friday

Saturday