Cash in with Kubota at Balmoral 2018
Visitors to this year’s Balmoral Show will have the opportunity to take advantage of Kubota’s fantastic spring cashback incentive scheme, as well as having the chance to see brand new agricultural, groundcare and construction machinery solutions making their Northern Ireland debut on Kubota’s stand (B34).
Kubota’s enticing spring incentive programme offers cashback opportunities across a number of its powerful, versatile and economic ride-on mower solutions. £300/ €340 cashback is available on both the GR2120(S) models, with £200/ €227 cashback available on both the GR1600(ID) models, the petrol powered T1880 and the zero-turn Z122R mower.
Making its first appearance at an event in Northern Ireland will be Kubota’s recently launched B1 (standard spec; 16 to 24hp) and B2 (premium spec; 23 to 31hp) compact tractors, introduced with a range of enhanced features and innovations to supersede the popular B50 Series range.
Kubota will also be using Balmoral 2018 as the ideal platform to showcase its agricultural range and a selection of its market leading compact construction equipment will also be on display.
Machinery experts from Kubota UK, and from its independent dealer network, will be on-hand to provide advice on the right machinery to meet customer’s needs, as well as providing information on Kubota’s first class aftersales support, including Kubota Finance and its unique warranty programme – Kubota Care.
Kubota is also pleased to announce it is sponsoring the Irish Farmers Journal Balmoral Show app. The app gives visitors a day-by-day guide of what’s on and key attractions at the event to help them plan their visit, along with information on the exhibitors attending and all the latest show news. To download the Balmoral Show app on iOS or android, search for ‘Balmoral Show’ in your app store. In addition, a number of Kubota’s orange liveried machines have been loaned to the show organisers, including two tractors and four RTV utility vehicles. The vehicles are being used to help set-up the event, as well as transporting goods and people around the site for the preparations and during the show itself.Back to articles list