Anytime you’re looking for a tractor and you visit your local Kubota dealer, you usually see a few used Kubota tractors.
At the 2022 National Farm Machinery Show, Kubota Tractor Corporation debuted two new models to its Standard L Series compact tractor line with the addition of the traditional gear drive L3302 and the hydrostatic transmission L3902.
The two new L02 models build on the L Series’ reputation for durability, affordability, and versatility that has made it the top-selling compact tractor in the U.
S. for decades. The new L02 models boast enhanced operator comfort features, such as an upgraded suspension seat, optional arm rests, and rubber mats for wear and tear and minimized vibration. The models also have modern styling and most notably an independent PTO available on the hydrostatic transmission (HST) model, which adds simplicity for the operator with one less pedal to manage.
A well maintained Kubota tractor should last between 4500-5500 gauged hours. As many tractor owners report using their tractor for only 100-200 hours a year, this can translate into years of use. If you have the time and skill to optimally tend to and care for a Kubota tractor, you have a chance to exceed 10,000 hours