New Kubota SVL75-3 mini track loader – specs up

Kubota claims to have taken innovation to another level with the launch of its SVL75-3 compact crawler loader which replaces the SVL75-2.

The upgraded machine has a new hydraulic system and an advanced multi-function operation that the manufacturer says delivers a 15% increase in productivity.

Kubota Australia Product Manager, Nathan Thomas said the SVL75-3 can take on any task – digging, dumping, grading or moving materials.

“The upgraded SVL75-3 is powered by Kubota’s New tier 4, Final Stage V engine with 9% higher torque, making it one powerful piece of machinery.”

“The new fully sealed one-piece pressurised cabin prevents dirt, dust, water and debris from entering your workspace and allows a clean environment for the operator.

“Honing comfortability, the cab offers ergonomically-designed controls and a front sliding window to easily enter and exit. There are now six vents placed throughout for optimised heating or cooling.”

A new hydraulic system has a special feature that provides smoother movement.

“The SVL75-3 allows operators to manage the AUX hydraulics, bucket and loader arm at once without fear of stalling,” Thomas continued.

“Users will also benefit from the updated engine and radiator layout, providing easy access to serviceable components and a new lift arm design delivering better rear-view vision from inside. The radiator is located on top of the engine compartment, simplifying cleaning and maintenance.

“It also features a different airflow compared to the SVL75-2 with a standard reverse fan and pre-cleaner as well as a larger air-cleaner.”

A new feature of the SVL75-3 is a seven-inch LCD colour monitor touch screen with jog dial.

“[It] comes with a keyless passcode start, integrated reverse camera, has Bluetooth and a USB port making the cabin fit for a day’s work.

“The intuitive jog dial and switch is purpose built so even first-time operators can quickly navigate and access all important information.”

Thomas lauded the improved travelling performance making the machine ideal for even the most technical loading tasks.

“An auto-shift system allows you to power through corners with an automatic downshift when turning. You can also now toggle between three track responses of mild, normal or quick for a comfortable ride on any terrain.”

The SVL75-3 boasts an upgraded Kubota engine with a stated 9% increase in torque to power.

“Topping out at a dependable 74.3 HP, the new engine will let you operate with more efficiency and get the job done quicker with an increased travel speed of 13.7k.”

A new fan management system reduces power requirements in cooling, allowing the engine to operate at maximum capacity during even the most power-hungry loads. A variable fan adjusts speed to maintain appropriate water and oil temperature.

The new arm length accommodates a tall hinge pin height of 3,117mm, up from 3,025 mm, making it simpler to load into a container or truck. A self-levelling function keeps the bucket or fork horizontal without the need for manual adjustments.

The SVL75-3 also enjoys an increased rated operating capacity of 1,129 kilograms from the SVL75-2’s maximum of 1,043 kilograms.

It is now available with stock arriving at dealers, according to Kubota.

Full specs for the Kubota SVL75-3 are now available to PS Plant Specs Online and PSLookup app subscribers. A full list of Kubota dealers is also linked to the specs.

Kubota’s new SVL75-3