Kubota engineered the M4N/ M5N to specifically work in vineyards, orchards or anywhere else that might require a narrow tractor that features M-Series power. With an intelligently revamped operator station, improved hydraulic capacity and an updated V-3800 Tier IV engine, the M4N/M5N deliver on Kubota's proven versatility, dependability and strength.
Narrow Enough to Work Between Vines and Powerful Enough to be Part of the M-Series Line-Up
Kubota engineered the M5N specifically for work in vineyards, orchards, snow removal or anywhere else that might require a narrow tractor that features M-Series power. With an intelligently revamped operator station, improved hydraulic capacity and an updated V-3800-Tier IV engine, the M5N deliver on Kubota's proven versatility, dependability and strength.
High productivity requires versatility, such as traveling at low or sustained speeds. This tractor's transmission has 12F × 12R speed (24F × 24R is available on M5N only), with six speeds in two ranges. The shuttle shift is electric over hydraulic making direction changes a breeze. Bi-speed turning is standard, as is overdrive, for improved travel speed and 540/540E PTO. It has a declutch button on the 24 speed, and all models have wet disc hydraulic brakes and gear lock parking.
To promote operator efficiency all main controls are on the right hand side of the operator while the steering wheel has 40 degrees more tilt. Dual side mirrors and an easy access fuse box are standard.
Updated Engine Features
The M5N have an updated V-3800- Tier IV engine which has a common rail fuel system, intercooler, exhaust gas recirculation and employs a diesel particulate filter and a selective catalytic reduction for minimized emissions. Additionally, it has an increased alternator capacity (130A), larger radiator, larger diameter cooling fan and RPM memory for repetitious actions.
The M5N has more standard rear remote valves than before, now offering two valves as standard. With 18.1 gpm hydraulic flow, an optional third, fourth or fifth remotes, and all valves being independent flow control valves, the tractor is ready to accept implements requiring multiple valves.