Kubota Adds New Models to B-Series Tractor Line


| 12/24/2008 9:27:00 AM


We have had a Kubota tractor on our various farms for the past 16 or 17 years. Our 36 horsepower Grand L model (based on a larger chassis than the B-Series) got hauled from the New Hampshire farm to Kansas (along with an antique road grader, some Cub Cadet garden tractors and a bunch of implements) shortly after we moved. The Kubotas have served us well as general utility tractors … and in a pinch they even managed to move 1800-pound round bales (not a recommended practice) in the winter when the big old IH 656 or 574 wouldn’t start. Kubota offers an incredible array of compact, sub-compact and full-sized tractors … some of their newest offerings are in the smaller chassis B-Series compact line.

 The Kubota B3200 makes a perfect acreage tractor.

Late this year, Kubota introduced four new models to its popular B Series compact utility tractor line. The new Kubota B2320, B2620, B2920 and B3200 tractors are versatile, powerful and productive, featuring more horsepower and triple-range hydrostatic transmission (HST), which offers the operator enhanced power and control.  The B3200 leads the pack with a 4-cylinder, 23 PTO horsepower, high performance E-TVCS (three-vortex combustion system) Kubota diesel engine, power steering and standard mid-PTO.

 The B3200 is a real work horse.

“The B-Series tractors have always been one of our most popular lines because they are small enough to be extremely versatile, yet powerful enough to conquer larger landscaping and even light construction jobs,” says Jeremy Coltin, Kubota product manager.  “This year we have really taken the legacy of our B-Series tractors to a new height, giving customers even more value, with increased power, control and comfort.”



B-Series tractors are great for loader work.