Kubota Tractor Corporation introduced the new SVL75-3 to its compact track loader lineup. The new SVL75-3 replaces the popular SVL75-2 with a wide range of performance, comfort and productivity features and will be available at authorized Kubota dealerships beginning in May 2023.
The new SVL75-3 is powered by a 74.3 horsepower Kubota engine with higher maximum torque, allowing for quick and efficient work. With a working range that includes a rated operating capacity of 2,490 lbs. at 35 percent or 3,557 lbs. at 50%, and 6,191 lbs. of breakout force and a hinge pin height of 122.7 inches, the SVL75-3 can tackle the toughest tasks.
The SVL75-3’s hydraulic system features an Advanced Multifunction Valve (AMV) that helps to ensure smooth movement of all hydraulic functions when operated simultaneously allowing operators to run the auxiliary hydraulics, bucket and loader arm functions at the same time with a lower risk of stalling.
Updated travel features include faster two-speed travel and the Advanced Auto Downshift system from Kubota compact excavators that automatically downshifts from high to low gear while making turns, immediately providing the maximum amount of torque needed when exiting a turn. Operators also have the ability to change their travel response sensitivity with the choice of three track response settings: mild, normal and quick.
The SVL75-3 is equipped with Kubota’s new one-piece sealed cab that helps prevent dirt, dust, rain and debris from entering the operator space while also reducing noise levels. Operators step into a wide cab entrance through a sliding front door that can be opened regardless of the position of the bucket or loader arms, and machine operation is possible with the door open. Front and rear LED work lights and a large upper windshield allows for increased operator visibility, day or night.
A new 7-inch color LCD touch panel with jog dial comes standard in the SVL75-3 and is positioned to the front right of the operator for easy visibility and fast access. The LCD panel gives operators access to a wide range of functions and vital information, like battery charge, hydraulic oil and coolant temperature, auxiliary mode and fuel level, and is also where the standard rear-view camera is displayed.