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The RTV400CI/RTV500 is part of Kubota's Mid-Size Utility Vehicles. The EFI gas-powered 4WD RTV400Ci and RTV500 feature mid-size utility, agility and the legendary Kubota reliability you need to get the job done. There is a special financing offer currently running as well.

Big Performance: Compact Design Loaded Value

Full Brochure: https://www.kubotausa.com/docs/default-source/brochure-sheets/rtv500.pdf?sfvrsn=e197ac2b_4

Kubota RTV 400

 

Kubota RTV 500

KUBOTA RTV SERIES - NEW PURCHASE SPECIAL OFFERS

0% A.P.R. for up to 36 Months on your new RTV400/RTV500 Series RTV! (offer ends 06/30/2018)

0% A.P.R. for 36 Months with 0% Down1 OR

0% A.P.R. for 48 Months with 0% Down1 OR

1.99% A.P.R. for 60 Months with 0% Down1

OR

$300 Instant Rebate for Cash or Standard Rate Financing

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