Big Range From Kubota

By Ian Cameron06 April 2019

Kubota is showcasing its most comprehensive range of power systems to date with a line up which it said demonstrates its belief that there is no one single fuel type for the future of the off-highway equipment industry.

Highlights include the recently launched V1505-CR-T and D902-T. Kubota also features the V5009 and V4309 engines from its new 09 Series – due to enter service in 2020 as a “genuinely global engine platform” – further developed for upcoming Chinese non-road emissions regulations in addition to EPA Tier 4 and European Stage 5 regulations. Additionally, an evolved prototype of the new micro-hybrid engine, shown as a concept at Intermat 2018, is on show.

Photo:The V5009 engine

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