Kubota Grand L40 Series

Designed to match any task, the latest Kubota Grand L40 Series includes five models with a choice of ROPS or air-conditioned cab, three transmissions and various tyre options.

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Kubota's E-TVCS diesel engines comply with stage III European emissions regulations. Models range from 37hp to 59hp and can be fitted with front-end loaders.

Transmission options include the 16x16FST fully synchronised mechanical system on the 37hp, 44hp and 52hp tractors. Glide shift transmission is available on the 52hp L5040, giving 24x16 speeds and clutchless shifting, while Kubota's HST Plus transmission is featured on the top two machines - the 54hp L5240 and 59hp L5740.

In addition to three range-shift speeds, HST Plus includes a lever to shift between high and low speeds in each range, expanding the options to six speeds.

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