Kubota M Series Tractors
M6060 Diesel Tractor
With 63.5 HP packed into a Tier 4 Final compliant Kubota diesel engine, you'll experience more torque at low RPMs with less emissions and better fuel economy. That's a win for performance and efficiency. Plus, plan on staying productive despite the weather when you work from the comfort of an available climate-controlled cab.
Common Rail System (CRS) with Exhaust Gas Recirculation system (EGR) and Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Muffler
The CRS electronically controls the timing and amount of injected fuel providing high-pressure injections in stages, rather than all at once for an optimal combustion rate that results in greater efficiency, better fuel economy and less engine noise. Its combination with the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Muffler and Exhaust Gas Recirculation system (EGR) reduces emissions to meet the latest emission regulations.
M6060/M7060 tractors' CRS engines comply with TierIV EPA emission regulations. M8560/M9960 tractors' CRS engines comply with Interim TierIV EPA emission regulations.
Keep Productive At Your Farm By Using Constant RPM Management
Note: In an mechanically-controlled engine, the engine speed changes according to increases and decreases in the load. For example, in heavy condition (1), or when working in a hilly area, the load increases and engine speed drops while ascending a slope (2), and conversely the load drops when descending (3). These changes in engine speed affect the travel speed and PTO-driven implements. In order to minimize these effects, the operator must make fine adjustments to the travel speed and hand throttle lever. When the Constant RPM Management switch is turned "On", the engine speed will be kept nearly constant in response to a certain level of work fluctuations. This improves the accuracy of work without the need for troublesome manipulation of the travel speed and hand throttle lever. There is a limit to the range within which a constant speed can be maintained. If a load exceeding the engine performance is applied, the engine speed will drops. The purpose of Constant RPM Management is not to increase the engine power.
Ultra Grand Cab
The innovative and stylish design of the M-Series Cab gives the operator more comfortable and spacious environment year around.
Specifically designed to absorb shock and reduce operator fatigue. Standard reclining function and arm rests further enhance comfort, and ROPS models feature a handy holder in the seat-back to store manuals. For greater shock-absorbing performance, Cab models can be optionally equipped with the air-ride seat suspension.
The heating and cooling unit is now located under the seat. The overall air circulation in the Cab has been optimized by the Cab's rounded glass as well as by placing the air outlets in the dash tower to keep you cooler on hot summer days and warmer on cold winter days, for year around comfort. Air is circulated throughout the windshield to prevent icing, frosting and fogging.
- 3 Models: M6060HFC (2WD), M6060HD (4WD), M6060HDC (4WD)
- Direct Injection, CRS
- 4-Cylinders, Turbocharged
- 63.5 HP
- 8 Forward Speeds
- 8 Reverse Speeds
- Length: 138"
- Width: 73"
- Wheel Base 2WD: 84.4"
- Wheel Base 4WD: 83.1"
- Crop Clearance: 18.1"
- Weight 2WD: 5226 lbs.
- Weight 4WD: 5358 lbs.
- Cat I/II 3-Point Hitch
- Fuel Tank Capacity (ROPS): 18.5 gallons
- Fuel Tank Capacity (Cab): 23.8 gallons
Popular Attachments & Implements
Lifting Power and Height
Two separate boom cylinder fulcrum points (Power position and Height position) give you the option to increase the M-Series Front Loader lifting power or height based on your needs. When using the pallet fork or bale spear operators have the option to set the fulcrum to give more height. For bucket work, the lower setting offers more power.
Attach or detach the front loader quickly without the use of tools. The boom stands and mounting pins make this task a snap, allowing an extra measure of productivity and tractor versatility.
Kubota Shockless Ride (KSR)
The KSR absorbs loader shock and reduces operator fatigue. This option is perfect if your tasks include a great deal of tight turns or lifting and dumping of heavy loads. It effectively takes the “bounce” out of handling round bales.