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Kubota set to unveil new mini-excavator live on stand at EHS

Kubota, the UK’s leading manufacturer of compact construction equipment, will be hosting a grand unveil of its new KX mini-excavator live on stand at this year’s Executive Hire Show at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena.

The new generation machine will be revealed for the first time in the UK on stand A35 at 10am on Wednesday 8th February. Attendees at EHS will get first glimpse of the mini-excavator’s modern design and insight into its improved performance capabilities.

Richard Sayers, Kubota UK’s Construction Equipment – Senior Dealer Manager, stated: “The construction division at Kubota UK is extremely excited by the potential of the new addition to our KX range and EHS 2017 is the perfect platform for the machine to be unveiled to the UK market.

“The KX mini-excavators have proven themselves as a massive success story for Kubota within the plant hire sector over the years, delivering strong performance, long lasting reliability, economical fuel efficiency and high residual value. The new KX machine has been designed and manufactured to raise the bar even higher, setting a new standard within the industry. Make sure you’re on stand at 10am on day one for the grand unveiling!”

Other machines being showcased on stand at the show will be the KC70VHD-4 tracked carrier, U10-3 side lever mini-excavator, RT210 wheeled loader and RTV-400 utility vehicle. The new KX080-4a mini-excavator will be stationed outside the north entrance of the Ricoh Arena and the RT150 wheeled loader is going to be placed near the breakfast dining area.

From an engines perspective, Kubota will be also unveiling a new product on stand, the V3800 BG diesel engine, which now comes with a powerpack. Other engines on stand will be the V3307 diesel powerpack and the WG2503 duel fuel engine.

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