Kubota UK will be showcasing a host of its most popular tractor and ground care machinery at the Royal Welsh Show in July, including its RTV-X900 utility vehicle and its all new M7171 higher horsepower tractor.
Staged at the Royal Welsh Showground in Powys, organisers are expected to welcome over200,000 visitors to what is one of the biggest agricultural events in Europe.
Kubota will exhibit a range of its tractors including several new higher horsepower models, all ideally suited to the mixed and livestock sectors. This will include the new 128HP M128GXII, the latest variant of the popular MGX range,and the brand new M7171KVT tractor its largest and highest horsepower model to date featuring a sophisticated CVT transmission, 170HP 6.1l Kubota engine and front axle with load sensing suspension.
Also on display will be the new 50HP MK5000, which features an eight-gear Synchro Shuttle transmission and Kubotas innovative Bi-Speed turn. Completing the offering will be a range of 45-100HP tractors ideally suited to the mixed and livestock farmer.
Models from Kubotas range of utility vehicles will be showcased, including its RTV400and RTV-X900. Specially designed to tackle aggressive hill climbing or smooth controlled descents, the Kubota RTV range is ideal for use on farms of all sizes, thanks to their rugged and versatile qualities.
Completing the line up is Kubotas GR1600 and GR2120 ride-on mowers, designed to provide ground care professionals with a reliable and comfortable ride.
Kubota Business DevelopmentManager for Agriculture, Rob Edwards, commented: The Royal Welsh Show is a fantastic demonstration of how farming contributes to the overall economy,whether that be through the food and drink industry or the manufacture of machinery.
We want to demonstrate to farmers how our agricultural and ground care machinery can significantly help their daily duties; from ploughing to cultivating, or lawn mowing and snow shovelling. Our team will be on hand throughout the four days to offer advice on choosing the right equipment.