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New factory in France starting production of the new M7 models in April 2015, however, Kubota is now gearing up for a big slice of the agricultural tractor market. The M7 series will expose Kubota to new potential buyers, with the firm intention to be seen as a strong player in the agricultural tractor market.

To be offered in Standard, Premium and Premium CVT ranges, the 130, 150 and 170hp tractors are all powered by four-cylinder Kubota diesel engines with ad-blue. Rear lift will be up to 6.6 tonnes, the standard powershift transmission of 24F and 24R speeds with a full CVT as an option.

Kubota puts ISO-Bus connectivity at the heart of its new M7 tractor series, a choice of in-cab monitors enabling the tractors to communicate directly with a wide range of compatible equipment without the need for a secondary control

NEW SERIES KUBOTA M7


 

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Only a 4cyl and 190 HP ? I'd rather see a 6. We will see if they make it on our dealers lot.
 

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Beautiful! This should go a long way to end AGCO's foolishness (Baron Von Richenhagen) in the US. Now we will have a solid option for an top shelf orange tractor. As for the 4 cylinder, not that long ago 6 cylinders were the norm for anything 90HP and above. The newer technology has enabled the midsize tractors to get along quite competently with 4 cylinders.
 
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