Kubota - Model BX1870 - Tractor
Diesel vs Gasoline
The Kubota diesel engines of the BX-Series tractors have several very important advantages over gasoline-powered engines. First: torque. Diesel engines offer greater torque giving them far more power. They are also less likely to slow down or stall when pushed to their limits.They boast far lower fuel consumption than gasoline engines—typically using 20% to 30% less fuel. They typically require far less maintenance, and don’t require the fuel to be replaced even after long-term storage.
Kubota BX-Series tractors also feature a rugged and sturdy 4-wheel drive (4WD). This gives BX tractors far greater traction and is essential for heavy-duty front-loader work and for operating other implements.
Versatile Category I 3-Point Hitch
Put your BX-Series to work with its Category I 3-point hitch. This sturdy, hydraulically controlled hitch allows you to attach a wide array of rear implements. (Optional on the BX25D)
With increments of ¼” at the lower link end, our quarter inching valve provides easier implement control. The lever guide’s regulator allows smaller adjustments, which are often required when attaching/detaching 3-point mounted implements or when performing sensitive jobs.
Bright Halogen Headlights
The halogen headlights of the BX offer a clear bright light at dawn, dusk or dark of night. Furthermore, their casing and style have been designed to give the tractor a sleeker look.
Front Implement 4-Position Control Valve
Our standard front 4-position valve (tractor can also be ordered without valve) provides you with the ability to attach the front loader and other front-mounted implements quickly and easily. Furthermore, the valve does not get in the way and gives the tractor a clean and sleek look. The colour coded lines ensures quick and correct connections.
Reverse Air Flow
The BX-Series radiator is positioned in the middle of the tractor rather than the front. So, airflow is taken in from the operator area and pushed towards the front of the hood. This reduces overheating, prevents grass from getting in the radiator grill and helps the operator stay cooler.
Though significantly more powerful, the BX-Series tractors are similar in body length to that of a standard garden tractor. This makes the BX easy to drive, and gives you smooth operation even in tight spaces. Despite their compact stature, BX-Series tractors are surprisingly roomy and comfortable.
Deluxe High-Back Seat / High-Back Reclining Seat
Your high-back seat, standard on the BX2370/ BX2670/BX25D, provides you with soft cushioning and superior thigh support for exceptional comfort during operation. The seat of the BX2370/BX2670/BX25D takes comfort a step further, with a luxurious reclining feature that can be adjusted to your natural posture.
A new control panel design enhances operability by placing all vital indications on a single, easy to read panel. The new panel features coolant tachometer on the left and an LCD display for fuel level and coolant temperature on the right. Warning indicators for battery, headlights, turn signal, and low fuel are in the middle. With just a single glance, you get a complete picture of your tractors functions.
Spacious Operator Area
The pedal layout on BX-Series tractors helps aid operator comfort. The forward and reverse HST pedals are split and the differential lock is located on the left side of the operator platform. This design provides a larger deck area, which offers more foot room, eliminating the cramped feeling of most other tractors in this class.
2-Pedal HST Operation
When frequent changes in speed and direction are needed, HST responds with its smooth operating forward and reverse pedals, leaving your hands free for steering and implement control.
Hydrostatic Power Steering
A standard feature on all BX-Series tractors, power steering makes steering practically effortless, thus reducing stress and fatigue.
For carefree mowing of large spaces, set the BX-Series’ cruise control to maintain a constant speed without keeping your foot on the forward pedal. (Optional on the BX1870)