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Building For Tomorrow Together

Kubota is committed to a prosperous society and cycle of nature. To shape a better future, the Kubota Group addresses the great challenges now and in the future with innovative solutions that combine our existing products with new technologies.

 

Constant evolution and innovation keeps Kubota forward-looking and focused on working together to build a better future for us all.

 



Sustainability

Electrification, carbon neutrality.



Connectivity

Telematics, enhanced operator experience, connected business solutions, digital maintenance



Automation

Data utilization and autonomous vehicles will result in efficiency and increased productivity.




Kubota celebrates 50 years of powering and
empowering the American dream.

From the beginning

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Kubota's small but mighty tractors quickly filled an unmet need with the 'do-it-yourselfers' by delivering compact, capable, and easy-to-use tractors for residential customers.

The versatility, reliability, and durability of Kubota's affordable, compact tractors resonated with American customers who took pride in working on their properties and land and Kubota quickly became the number 1 selling residential tractor in the United States.

Following the popularity of the residential tractor was the introduction of the compact excavator in 1979 — another industry first for empowering customers with construction projects that demand compact yet capable machines

These customers fueled the innovation of an expanded compact construction lineup and made Kubota the number 1 selling compact excavator in the United States.

Whatever your dream, our goal has been to help you
build, shape, and grow it, on your land, for your business,
or in your community — at your side, for 50 years.

McCulloch D-20 | 1965

McCulloch D-20 | 1965


In the 1960s, Kubota needed a partner to bring its tractors to the United States. The company selected a respected brand to represent its tractors, McCulloch, and ordered 100 G-12 tractors and 100 D-20 tractors from Kubota to be sold in the United States. These tractors were painted yellow and sold under the McCulloch name; Kubota was still unknown in the United States at the time, while McCulloch was known for its chainsaws. 

  • Engine: 2 Cyl. Gas or Diesel
  • PTO HP: 14
  • Drive: 2WD Gear Shift


L200 | 1967

L175 | 1972

B6000 | 1974

L245HC | 1976

KH-10 | 1979

B8200 (Cutaway) | 1982

PX-2100 | 1987

BX2200 | 2000

ZD21 | 2000

ZD21 | 2000


The ZD Series zero-turn mowers were designed for professional operational performance and durability.

  • Engine: 3 Cyl. Diesel, 778cc
  • HP: 21
  • Drive: 2WD Independent HST


RTV900 | 2004

McCulloch G-12 | 1965

L225 | 1972

M7500 DT | 1979

B7100 HST | 1980

B8200-NST | 1982

G5200H | 1983

G1800-S | 1989

W5021 | 1989

W5021 | 1989


This W5021 was actually used to mow the lawn at the former headquarters of Kubota Tractor Corporation in Torrance, California for several years. Later, it was put to use by the Engineering Department during the preparation process ahead of photoshoots, dealer sales and dealer meetings. After more than 30 years of service during its career at Kubota Tractor Corporation, this hardworking walk-behind mower was retired and lovingly restored.

  • Engine: 1 Cyl. Gas
  • HP: 5

McCulloch D-20 | 1965

McCulloch D-20 | 1965


In the 1960s, Kubota needed a partner to bring its tractors to the United States. The company selected a respected brand to represent its tractors, McCulloch, and ordered 100 G-12 tractors and 100 D-20 tractors from Kubota to be sold in the United States. These tractors were painted yellow and sold under the McCulloch name; Kubota was still unknown in the United States at the time, while McCulloch was known for its chainsaws. 

  • Engine: 2 Cyl. Gas or Diesel
  • PTO HP: 14
  • Drive: 2WD Gear Shift



L200 | 1967

L175 | 1972

B6000 | 1974

L245HC | 1976

KH-10 | 1979

B8200 (Cutaway) | 1982

PX-2100 | 1987

PX-2100 | 1987


Kubota introduced its first radio-controlled mower, the PX2100 concept, with four-wheel drive and crab steer in the late 1980s. It was a step out of the norm for Kubota—it was purely built as a proof of concept and demonstration of design and innovation prowess for Kubota.

  • Engine: 3 Cyl. Diesel, 927cc
  • HP: 18
  • Drive: 4WD HST, 3 Mode 4-Wheel Steering



BX2200 | 2000

ZD21 | 2000

RTV900 | 2004

McCulloch G-12 | 1965

L225 | 1972

M7500 DT | 1979

B7100 HST | 1980

B7100 HST | 1980


In 1980, Kubota launched the B7100—its first compact two- and four-wheel drive tractors with a hydrostatic transmission (HST). Previously predominantly available only in lawn and garden products and some farm tractors, the HST feature of the B7100 represented a true innovation for the tractor category. Because the HST was operated by a foot pedal, similar to a car, even customers who were totally inexperienced with tractors felt comfortable using the B7100. It quickly became a popular model.

  • Engine: 3 Cyl. Diesel, 800cc
  • PTO HP: 13
  • Drive: 2WD or 4WD, Gear Shift or HST






B8200-NST | 1982

G5200H | 1983

G1800-S | 1989

W5021 | 1989

  • McCulloch D-20 | 1965
  • L200 | 1967
  • L175 | 1972
  • B6000 | 1974
  • L245HC | 1976
  • KH-10 | 1979
  • B8200 (Cutaway) | 1982
  • PX-2100 | 1987
  • BX2200 | 2000
  • ZD21 | 2000
  • RTV900 | 2004
  • McCulloch G-12 | 1965
  • L225 | 1972
  • M7500 DT | 1979
  • B7100 HST | 1980
  • B8200-NST | 1982
  • G5200H | 1983
  • G1800-S | 1989
  • W5021 | 1989
 

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