Kubota Tractor Corp.

SVL75/SVL90-2 Compact Track Loaders

Kubota joined the compact track loader market in 2010 when it introduced the 75-hp and 90-hp models of the Kubota SVL75 and SVL90, which have since been replaced by the Kubota SVL75-2 and SVL90-2. Powered by efficient Kubota diesel engines, these newer compact track loaders are designed to bring outstanding performance, low emissions and superior productivity.

With their Common Rail System (CRS) and Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) engines, emissions are reduced to make the SVL75-2 Tier 4 Final (T4F) and SVL90-2 Tier 4 interim (T4I) compliant while still maintaining class-leading bucket breakout force and lifting capacity, Kubota assures. The electronic engine stall guard makes sure that they keep going even under the toughest conditions.

Other unique features include:

  • 74.3-gross-hp SVL75-2 boasts a bucket breakout force of 6,204 pounds and a lifting capacity of 4,881 pounds
  • 92-gross-hp SVL90-2 has a bucket breakout force of 7,961 pounds and a lifting capacity of 5,869 pounds
  • Rigid-mount undercarriage
  • Vertical lift designed for long reach of 41.7 inches
  • Variety of performance-matched attachments including several bucket options with teeth or straight edges, four-in-one buckets, pallet forks and more
  • 39-inch-wide cab with space for most any size operator
  • Flat-floor space is 21 inches deep and 35 inches wide to reduce operator fatigue
  • Tilt-up front door provides easy entrance, and allows for working with the door open
  • Easy¬†access to daily liquid level checks, fuel and air filter inspections in the engine compartment, and ground-level refueling and greasing
  • Unobstructed forward visibility makes both bucket corners visible
  • Sightlines to the quick coupler are clear, making attachment hook-up safer and easier
  • Visibility to the rear is excellent and ground level can be seen as close as 8 feet behind the machine
  • Both front and rear track corners can be seen while traveling, reducing the risk of track damage

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