Kubota SVL75-2 with High Flow

Kubota Tractor Corporation introduces the new SVL75-2 with High Flow compact track loader to its SVL series that includes the SVL75-2, SVL90-2 and the SVL95-2s models.

Kubota SVL75-2 compact track loader with high Flow
The new SVL75-2 with High Flow offers increased hydraulic horsepower, expanding multi-tasking capabilities for a wide variety of attachments on the job site.

The new SVL75-2 with High Flow offers increased hydraulic horsepower, expanding multi-tasking capabilities for a wide variety of attachments on the job site. Boasting a 74.3 gross horsepower*, four-cylinder, direct-injection, turbocharged Kubota diesel engine, equipped with Common Rail Fuel Injection and a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) system, the new SVL75-2 with High Flow meets Tier 4 emissions standards and matches reduced exhaust emissions with enhanced fuel economy. With a 24.6-gallon fuel tank, the SVL75-2 can run a full workday without needing to refuel.

“Equipment introductions like this make Kubota a formidable construction competitor in the compact space,” said Jorge De Hoyos, Kubota senior product manager, skid steers and compact track loaders. “We continue to see growth in this segment because of the versatility the compact track loader series offers. With the new adjustable high-flow hydraulics on the SVL75-2 auxiliary couplers, we are matching some of the versatility you get with the SVL95-2s equipping the unit with ½-inch and ¾-inch hydraulic auxiliary couplers. With 2,300 pounds of operating capacity and a wide variety of attachments, this machine takes the term ‘do-it-all’ to a whole new level.”

Best-in-class power, productivity and maneuverability
Best-in-class bucket breakout force of 6,204 pounds and lift arm breakout at 4,766 pounds make the SVL75-2 with High Flow a high performer in power and productivity. With the High Flow model, the auxiliary hydraulic flow increases from 17.4 gpm to 29.3 gpm. The multi-function levers provide fingertip control of all major functions so both hands are on the levers at all times to operate attachments efficiently.

The Electronic Travel Torque Management System constantly monitors the load of the machine to optimally control hydraulic pump output, which prevents engine stalling for smoother operation even under severe conditions. Standard-equipped two-speed travel and high-ground clearance ensure excellent travel performance on difficult terrain.

Inside and out, Kubota delivers on comfort and control
As with all Kubota compact track loaders, the new SVL75-2 with High Flow offers a spacious cab and wide operator entrance, and once inside, a comfortable, high-back, adjustable full-suspension seat has plenty of legroom. The entire compact track loader series is designed and built to ensure stability for hard work and heavy loads. The main frame and undercarriage are a one-piece welded component to provide uncompromised structural strength, Kubota sources report.

When it comes to maintenance, the angled track frame cover prevents soil from accumulating during operation. The design features, such as the large engine compartment door and the slide-and-tilt radiator make it easier than ever to access, check and maintain the machine.

A do-it-all machine with unlimited versatility
Backed with Kubota SVL-power, Kubota delivers built-to-last attachments that are able to handle a wide range of tough jobs. From heavy-duty buckets, hammers, blades and grapples to landscape and tree-handling attachments, Kubota offers tested tools with durability and smooth operation in mind for the high hydraulic strength and bucket breakout force of the SVL75-2.

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*Engine power @2600 rpm according to 97/68EC; PTO Power @ rated engine rpm based on manufacturer’s estimate.