Kubota Canada has introduced a redesigned SVL75-3 to its compact track loader lineup. Equipped with a 74.3 hp engine, and offering a bucket breakout force of 6,191 lb., and a tipping load of 7,112 lb., the track loader is 69.1 inches wide, has a bucket hinge pin height of 122.7” at maximum lift and has a minimum of 11.7” of ground clearance. Travel speeds range from nine to 13.7 kph.
Its hydraulic system features the Advanced Multifunction Valve, which is designed to provide smooth movements of all hydraulic functions when operated simultaneously, allowing operators to run the AUX hydraulics, bucket and loader arm functions together without stalling. The bucket or fork can be held in a horizontal position without manual adjustment via the standard self-leveling function.
A new one-piece sealed and pressurized cab is engineered to prevent dirt, dust, rain and other debris from entering the operator space. Noise is also kept down with the door closed.
The SVL75-3 is also equipped with a digital colour LCD touch panel to provide a wide range of functions and keeps the operator aware of the machine’s operating status. The panel features touch and jog dial-enabled controls for quickly selecting operations and functions, as well as easy-to-read indicators and alerts. The panel is positioned to the front right of the operator for visibility and fast access.
“The SVL75-3 combines outstanding performance and productivity with spacious operator room and comfort with an advanced multifunction operation,” said Barry Greenaway, director of construction, commercial and residential products for Kubota Canada. “The newly designed, one-piece pressurized cab – complete with a new 7” multi-function LCD monitor, optimal air flow for temperature regulation and standard rearview camera and radio – keeps the operator top of mind, providing a smooth and dependable experience each and every time.”
The compact track loader can also connect to a variety of Kubota attachments, including an auger, power rake, snowblower, snowpusher, cold planer, and a box blade with Trimble EarthWorks Go 2D grading system. Telematics is available for the machine, allowing owners and users to see the machine’s location, set a geo-fence, remote-inhibit the machine and to view its vital signs.
It will be available at authorized Kubota dealers end of spring 2023.