Put The Kubota Compact Track Loader To Work For You


 Kubota, a trusted and world-leading manufacturer of construction equipment, is proud to introduce the all-new SVL75-2/SVL95-2s Compact Track Loaders. 

 These new compact track loaders deliver best-in-class bucket breakout force and lifting capacity, outstanding stability, a wide and comfortable operator area, and much more. When it comes to high performance, reliability and comfort, the road leads to Kubota. 






Common Rail System and Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Muffler

 The Common Rail System (CRS) electronically controls the fuel injection timing and amount in stages rather than all at once for optimal combustion; resulting in greater efficiency, better fuel economy and less engine noise. The combination of Exhaust Gas Re-circulation (EGR) and Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) reduces the emissions making the SVL Series engine Tier IV certified. 


Powerful Kubota engine

 The powerful and reliable Kubota-built engine gets the job done quickly and easily with 74.3 hp* (SVL75-2) or 96.4 hp* (SVL95-2s). 

* Engine HP Gross (SAE J 1995) 

● SCR meter panel

 An SCR system helps the SVL95-2s meet Final Tier4 requirements. A quick glance at the digital panel tells you how much Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) remains in the tank and also when to refill it. 


Bucket Breakout Force:  6204 lbs 

Arm Breakout Force: 4766 lbs  

Tipping Load: 6570 lbs


Bucket Breakout Force:  7961 lbs 

Arm Breakout Force: 6742 lbs  

Tipping Load: 9143 lbs

● Automatic regeneration system

 Kubota’s original automatic regeneration system automatically burns accumulated particulate matter (soot) in the DPF muffler to keep the muffler clean for longer operation. For operational and safety reasons, automatic regeneration can be turned off with the inhibit switch when compact track loader is operating in areas that are near people, animals, and flammable materials. 

● Electronic Travel Torque Management

 Electronic Travel Torque Management System lets you work faster with more power. The ECU constantly monitors the load of the machine to optimally control hydraulic pump output according to the load, preventing engine stalls for smoother operation even under severe conditions.