Kubota to launch Sidekick UV with 16-accessory suite
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Kubota to launch Sidekick UV with 16-accessory suite

Kubota is launching new models of its utility vehicles for 2023, including a limited-edition Stone Gray colour for the Sidekick.

The Stone Gray model will come with a suite of 16 accessories, all factory-installed. These include premium roof and windshield, LED headlight upgrade and lightbar, and an electric bed dump. It will also have a WARN AXON 4,500-pound winch.

The limited-edition model is scheduled to arrive at dealerships in the first quarter of 2023. Kubota’s standard 2023 model Sidekick will start showing up at dealerships by the end of this year.

The new Sidekick gets a Kubota-built 54-horsepower gas engine, which is a boost of 6 horsepower over the previous model. It features 48 pound-feet of torque, which improves its hill climbing abilities, said Andrew Pittard, product specialist RTV, at a recent Kubota Connect event for dealers.

“This is built on a heavy-duty platform, so they can really get the work done on this,” Pittard said. “They can tow; they can put payload in it.”

It can tow up to 2,000 pounds and has cargo payload of 1,000 pounds. It is also fast, up to 40 mph, with an improved the throttle response. “The throttle pedal has been redesigned so it's much more comfortable,” he said. “You can go 3 mph easy all day long with no leg cramping.”

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Kubota is launching new models of its utility vehicles for 2023, including a limited-edition Stone Gray colour for the Sidekick. The Stone Gray model will come with a suite of 16 accessories, all factory-installed. These include premium roof and windshield, LED headlight upgrade and lightbar, and an electric bed dump. It will also have a WARN AXON 4,500-pound winch. The limited-edition model is scheduled to arrive at dealerships in the first quarter of 2023. Kubota’s standard 2023 model Sidekick will start showing up at dealerships by the end of this year. The new Sidekick gets a Kubota-built 54-horsepower gas engine, which is a boost of 6 horsepower over the previous model. It features 48 pound-feet of torque, which improves its hill climbing abilities, said Andrew Pittard, product specialist RTV, at a recent Kubota Connect event for dealers. “This is built on a heavy-duty platform, so they can really get the work done on this,” Pittard said. “They can tow; they can put payload in it.” It can tow up to 2,000 pounds and has cargo payload of 1,000 pounds. It is also fast, up to 40 mph, with an improved the throttle response. “The throttle pedal has been redesigned so it's much more comfortable,” he said. “You can go 3 mph easy all day long with no leg cramping.” See also: Manitou showcases record range of new products at BaumaBobcat launches its first light compaction line

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