New look classic
PUBLISHED: 08:11 28 March 2014 | UPDATED: 08:42 28 March 2014
Kubota, the leading manufacturer of agricultural and groundcare machinery in the UK, has introduced an updated version of its popular L4100 tractor
For over a decade, Kubota’s L-Series tractors have been at the forefront of the industry and extremely popular thanks to their reliability, performance and price point. The introduction of an improved L4100 will continue to add to this legacy.
The original L4100 was discontinued in 2011, but increased demand for a unit of its the size, concept and cost has led to the company bringing to the market an updated model to satisfy demand.
The machine features Kubota’s exceptionally reliable and powerful 41HP E-TVCS engine, which offers the power and torque to complete any job whilst keeping emissions low. The new version also sports a sleek new cab design that helps to improve visibility.
With heavy steering being one of the main causes of fatigue in users, Kubota has invested heavily in developing the L4100’s hydrostatic power steering system. This ensures the L4100 is responsive, light and smooth to use even when working with heavy loads.
The machine has been fitted with a Dynamic Balancer to reduce noise output and also offer lower vibrations for increased user comfort over extended periods of use.
Adrian Langmead, Business Development Manager at Kubota, said: “The L4100 was an extremely popular model and we’re pleased to be able to introduce a newer version with some great new modifications.
“Not only is the engine more powerful, but thanks to the Dynamic Balancer and hydrostatic power steering it is quieter, has lower vibrations and is easier to steer, meaning it can be used comfortably for longer periods of time. The extra large fuel tank also ensures that users spend more time working without the need to refuel.”
The RRP for the L4100 is £15,750.
MORE: For more information on Kubota and its extensive range of solutions for the construction, groundcare and agriculture sectors visit www.kubota.co.uk or call 01844 268000.
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