Kubota BX Series (2001-Current)
Just as Kubota’s 1970 L260 changed the game, Kubota went and did it again when they introduced the BX series in 2001.
By building the first subcompact to hit the market, Kubota immediately scooped up the entire market of homeowners who wanted a small tractor that was even smaller than everything else on the market, but bigger and more versatile than a garden tractor.
The BX series was essentially a scaled down B series tractor, but engineered from scratch.
The result was an instant success that has sold an immense number of units and has catapulted Kubota into a new stratosphere in North America.
Kubota BX25 Specifications
Horsepower: 17.7 (PTO)
Cylinders: 3 (diesel)
Fuel tank: 6.6 gallons
Weight: 2,700 lbs with loader and backhoe
Chassis: 4×4 4WD
Steering: Hydrostatic power
Gears: Infinite with high and low range