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Kubota unveils new Grand X 'luxury workhorse'

05/15/2012 @ 9:48pm

Kubota Tractor Corp demonstrated its new generation of deluxe M-Series tractors to agricultural editors today in Nashville, Tennessee.

The Grand X is available in four models, up to 118 PTO horsepower with a 4-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine.

The engine meets the EPA 's Interim Tier 4 regulations. The Grand X cab is one of the largest in its class and features an unobstructed view and room for two adults.

Compared to the standard M-Series models, the Grand X cab is 10 inches wider with 7 inches more headroom. With a massive windshield and skylight, "The Grand X is the ultimate luxury workhorse," says Kubota Senior Product Manager, Paul Williams.

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