Kubota’s Next Generation M7 Tractors Feature Upgrades All Around

“While we didn’t make the new M7 Gen 2 bigger, we absolutely made it better.”

Kubota M7 Gen 2

Kubota Tractor Corporation has introduced their new M7 Gen 2 tractor to the company’s agriculture tractor, which became available at authorized Kubota dealers this April 2019. As a move to further define their position in the livestock equipment market, Kubota has introduced three new models under the M7 Gen 2 line: the M7-132, M7-152 and the M7-172, ranging from 100 to 140 in PTO horsepower. These models were built on the foundational success of their predecessors and enhanced with refinements designed to meet the specific needs and job functions of customers, including customization on certain models like standard, deluxe, and premium grade options.

“Kubota’s M7 Series is our largest tractor line, and while we didn’t make the new M7 Gen 2 bigger, we absolutely made it better. We gathered feedback directly from our customers and upgraded the series to include a Closed Center Load Sensing (CCLS) hydraulic system, but built with the simplicity of mechanical operation controls. The M7 Gen 2 Deluxe models are engineered to achieve exactly what livestock producers need and we’re excited to bring them to market.”
- Martin Carrier, Kubota ag equipment product marketing director

New Semi-Powershift Transmission

The M7 Gen 2 features a 30-speed semi-powershift transmission, upgraded from its predecessor’s standard 24/24 transmission. The new transmission provides greater flexibility, allowing the operator to find the optimal gear for each job. The number of main gears has increased from four to six, and an auto shifting function evaluates range gear and then automatically adjusts engine output to improve acceleration performance under light loads. The new transmission maximizes productivity and increases efficiency.

Exceptionally Clean Diesel Engine

Kubota’s M7 Series boasts a powerful V6108 Kubota turbocharged diesel engine with a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) that transforms exhaust into water vapor and nitrogen. The Common Rail System (CRS) on the M7 Series electronically controls the timing and amount of high-pressure injected fuel in stages for optimal combustion, which results in greater efficiency, better fuel economy and less engine noise. Additionally, with Kubota’s Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) muffler and an Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system, the M7 Series exceeds Tier 4 Final emissions regulations.

Industry Leading Front Loader Capabilities

Kubota’s M7 Gen 2 tractors are equipped with a Kubota LM2605 front loader, with an electrical joystick offered on the premium models. The loader features a Kubota Z-Bar linkage for mechanical self-leveling and a single-lever hydraulic valve quick coupler for easy attachment and detachment. The LM2605 front loader boasts a max height of 167 inches at pivot pin and a lifting capacity of 5,776 pounds at max pin height.

Kubota’s Biggest Tractor Just Got Better with the M7 Gen 2, Now Featuring Semi-Power Shift Transmission
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