Is a Kubota garden tractor a compact tractor?

The idea of a compact tractor was in some ways pioneered by companies such as Kubota, who had and have a reputation for making very powerful tractors that were traditionally much smaller than the normal tractor that you would expect to see ploughing a field. A Kubota garden tractor is perhaps the ultimate in compact tractors, although a Kubota garden tractor can either be a specifically designated residential tractor, or a tractor that Kubota classify as compact, which can be one of their main range of factors which can also be used in residential and small holding settings.

When considering whether or not to buy a Kubota garden tractor, there are a number of things that you need to consider. Perhaps one of the most important is the type of land as well as the type of work that the tractor is going to be used upon. The nature of the work, whether it is residential or small business orientated will determine the needs of the individual or business, and the type of Kubota garden tractor that is required to follow on from that.

A Kubota garden tractor can either be bought new or secondhand. The length of time that a Kubota garden tractor can be used for can extend into decades, meaning that there is a vibrant and times confusing secondhand market in tractors generally, both online and off-line. This is perhaps the second consideration that is needed when considering what type of Kubota garden tractor to buy. If you are going to buy a new Kubota garden tractor, then inevitably you will buy it from a Kubota dealer.

 Kubota garden tractor

It is quite possible that the Kubota dealer will also be a dealership for other manufacturers of garden tractors or compact tractors, and so you may have a choice between different models or manufacturers.

If buying a Kubota garden tractor from a Kubota dealer, there are a number of factors to consider. If you are fortunate enough to have more than one dealership that it is feasible to buy from, then you are in a stronger position to leverage a discount on a new tractor. Similar to a new auto, dealers will have a significant markup on the list price that they can effectively be forced to discount on in order to send you the Kubota garden tractor. It is worth reading round a number of dealerships to see which one would offer you the best price.

Ringing a Kubota dealer on the telephone initially, can be a sound sales technique, as you are not physically present, you are in control of the sales process, simply because you can end the call at any time. In addition to price, issues such as servicing the tractor, any additional warranty to the Kubota warranty, and issues regarding returning the Kubota garden tractor to dealer can be raised and dealt with.