Kubota L-Series Gets More Muscle and Comfort

New models produce 31.9 and 37.4 horsepower in 2WD and 4WD models.

Published on: Dec 1, 2010

Deluxe features and a health boost in power mark Kubota Tractor Corporation's newest entries into its L-Series compact tractor line.

The new L3200 and L3800 develop 31.9 and 37.4 horsepower respectively, and feature new styling cues, operator controls and performance-matched backhoes and loaders. The models come in 2WD and 4WD and can be equipped with a gear-drive or three-range hydrostatic transmission. All come with a 10-gallon fuel tank.

The LA524 front loader and BH77 backhoe that match the tractors operate with a large capacity hydraulic pump. The loader features a curved boom design and is rated at 1,490 pounds. The backhoe also shares "curved boom" designing and is capable of digging 92.5 inches. Tillers and snow blowers are also available for the new L-Series tractors.

Kubotas new L3200 and L3800 offer more horsepower and operator comfort for the Standard L-Series lineup.
Kubota's new L3200 and L3800 offer more horsepower and operator comfort for the Standard L-Series lineup.

Styling on the L3200 and L3800 provides a sloped metal hood and fenders for improved operator visibility, and a contoured suspension seat is designed to improve operator comfort. A foldable ROPs is standard, as is a newly-designed instrument cluster with large gauges.

For more information on the new entries to the L-Series, click on www.kubota.com.