Kubota Diesel Engines
Kubota is a leading OEM (original equipment manufacturer) of compact diesel and gasoline engines for industrial, agricultural, construction and generator applications. Kubota diesel engines are known as being compact, lightweight, having turbocharged options, being liquid-cooled, low noise and low vibration engines to other top-name manufacturers. Kubota now serves various industrial equipment sectors as it continues to innovate and bring more Kubota diesel engines on to the market.
The Kubota company was established in 1890 in Japan and has since grown into an international brand leader whose mission it is to improve quality of life by offering equipment designed to be compatible with the environment. As a result of staying true to this mission, Kubota diesel engines have been awarded throughout the years for their contribution to green technology. Subsidiaries and affiliates of Kubota manufacture, market, and sell its products in over 130 countries around the world.
Kubota diesel engines were originally made to perform on Japanese soil. Designed under the assumption of having limited resources available, Kubota is made for high performance and powerful maneuverability. When the first Kubota diesel engines were introduced to the U.S. in 1969, the Kubota brand became well known for these characteristics and consequently took off in popularity. In the compact sector, Kubota, similar to Bobcat, has benchmarked history as an innovator in lean tractor technology.
How are Kubota Diesel Engines Used?
Kubota diesel engines are used in compact construction equipment, turf equipment, compact track loaders, and lawn and garden equipment. The company also manufactures utility vehicles as well as Kubota engine parts like Performance-Matched implements and attachments. Kubota truck parts lead the marketplace in their efficiency and durability in over 80 Kubota tractor models.
Looking for a Kubota diesel engine or Kubota engine parts? Look no further, call 888-642-6460 now. Our Kubota equipment is sold and serviced in the national United States along with 1,100 other authorized Kubota dealers. Kubota has corporate headquarters in Torrance, California and four division offices and warehouses in Lodi, California; Fort Worth, Texas; Groveport, Ohio; and Suwanee, Georgia.
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