Kubota introduces next-generation tractor models to its Legacy L series

Mark Moore | EQW

Kubota Tractor Corporation has announced two new models to its legacy Standard L Series compact tractor line with the addition of the L3302 and the L3902. The addition of the two new L02 models build on the L Series multi-generational reputation for durability, affordability, and versatility that has made it the number one selling compact tractor in the U.S. for decades.

According to Kubobt, the new L02 models boast enhanced operator comfort features, modern styling and most notably an independent PTO that is now available on the HST models.

The L02 Series offers two horsepower options, with 33 and 37.5 gross horsepower on the L3302 and L3902, respectively. Kubotas L02 Series tractors are equipped with a Common-Rail System (CRS) with electronic controlled fuel injection and are designed to reduce noise and vibration for a smooth operator experience.

Both Kubotas new L02 four-wheel drive models are available with either gear drive or HST transmissions. Kubota says the HST provides speed and forward/reverse control that can be operated simply by pressing down on the pedal. The gear drive transmission provides the power and versatility with eight forward and eight reverse speeds to get the job done. Plus, new to the L02 this year is an independent PTO on the HST models, allowing for a quick engagement of the PTO by the easy flip of a switch while operating the tractor.

Designed specifically for the L3302 and L3902, the performance-matched front loader is deeper and has a maximum lift capacity of 1,144 lb., at the pin and a maximum lift height of 94 in., at the pin. The loader valve is design for simultaneous boom and bucket operation and a regenerative circuit, increasing speed and dump times and maximizing productivity. The LA526 front loader can quickly and easily be removed from the tractor without tools or need for buying additional parking kits, making it more versatile and easier to use, the company says.