Kubota’s DOTY engine coming to Agritechnica


Kubota’s BUEE (Business Unit Engine Europe) will be showcasing its ‘Diesel of the Year’ engine at this year’s Agritechnica.

Kubota’s award-winning 5-liter, V5009 large-displacement engine will be included at the show and complemented by the V4309 4-liter diesel engine, designed for large agricultural, construction and materials handling machinery including telehandlers, wheel loaders, crop sprayers and harvesting equipment. the company claims the range will demonstrate its capability to cater to the needs of the agricultural equipment industry across an expanding power range, incorporating multiple fuel types.

“Last year was a record year for us in terms of engine sales, a fact I am incredibly proud of,” said Tony Tonegawa, Vice President, Kubota Business Unit Engine Europe. “However, rather than just resting on this result, we are instead using it as the foundation from which to build our future activity. With EU Stage V emissions regulations now live, it is more important than ever that we produce a more energy efficient range of engines that offer an increasingly global solution to meet our customers’ needs.”

The new 09 Series is prominent in the continuously expanding range of Gas-fueled engine models on display, designed for a variety of machine types applied in areas such as urban municipal environments and include the new V1505-CR-T, WG1903 and D902-T power units.

“We are coming to Agritechnica to showcase the growing number of options Kubota can offer,” said Daniel Grant, European Marketing Manager, Kubota Business Unit Engine Europe. “We know traditionally our reputation has been to provide hugely reliable engines at the below 100 horsepower level. With the 09 Series, we can now offer customers the same trust values on a larger scale, while at the same time satisfying a growing desire to downsize through greater engine efficiency.”

Kubota’s engine stand will be in the ‘Systems & Components’ area of Agritechnica, Hall 16, Stand D50

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