The terms lawn tractor and garden tractor, and Kubota garden tractor are pretty much interchangeable and in effect mean the same thing. Having said that, a Kubota garden tractor is a term that refers to many different models and makes of Kubota tractor.
On its website, Kubota will have a special section on residential mowers, including zero turn mowers, which will have many different applications and usages depending on your budget and work-related needs. Kubota will also have a section on that about range of tractors, and many tractors in their B and BX related range are also often considered garden tractors.
In this sense a lawn tractor can be thought of as the same thing as a garden tractor, but it is a good idea to broaden your search of which type of tractor is most appropriate for you, as the term lawn tractor or garden tractor can cover many different types of use and work and will have many different factors to consider.
Kubota garden tractors can be highly effective for basic residential use of garden maintenance, or can be extended through a wide range of implements and attachments to perform other tasks, some tractors can be adapted to be used as snow blowers, which can also be an important consideration.
Kubota garden tractor
When considering what is the best lawn tractor or best garden tractor, there are a number of factors to be considered. Obviously price and budget is one of them, and it is worth bearing in mind that if you are buying a new Kubota garden tractor, then you will have a certain amount of leverage with the dealer as they will have a margin that they can break into to to sell the tractor if they need to.
There are likely to be a number of dealerships in your area, and many more nationally. It is worth spending a bit of time doing some research either online or by ringing round different dealers to see what price they would offer you.
The other factor to consider when buying a new Kubota garden tractor, is that there are a number of practical issues concerning delivery, maintenance, servicing and the practicality of returning the tractor to the dealer if and when anything goes wrong or the tractor needs attention for any reason.
Kubota recommend for all the tractors that they are not driven on roads or public highways. This is generally sound advice, and Kubota garden tractors are certainly not designed to be used on any type of road or public highway, either from a practical point of view or a safety point of view. This is an important consideration when considering where to buy.