Sub-Compact Tractors


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Powerful & Easy-To-Use Tractors for Any Chore on Your List

Sub-compact tractors from Bobcat® are strong enough for big jobs yet small enough to work in tight areas.

They offer more power and versatility than you’ll get from a small lawn or garden tractor; their small size and maneuverability make them ideal for working around barns, sheds and trees. But they add the horsepower you need for tackling a wide variety of light-duty tasks and using PTO-powered implements and attachments.  

Choose from two 1000 platform sub-compact tractor models each featuring a convenient 46-inch width, Limited Category 1 three-point hitch and an easy-to-learn, easy-to-use hydrostatic transmission

1000 Platform Operator Using Bobcat CT1025 Compact Tractor With Mid-Mount Mower To Mow Lawn
21–25 hp Sub-Compact Tractors 

1000 Platform

  • Horsepower: 21–25 
  • Transmission: Hydrostatic  
  • Three-Point Lift Capacity: 700 lbs. 
  • Travel Speed: Up to 11.1 mph 
2000 Platform Operator Using Bobcat Compact Tractor With Front-End Loader To Lift Dirt From Pile In Field
25-40 hp Compact Tractors 

2000 Platform

  • Horsepower: 25–40 
  • Transmission: Manual-shift or hydrostatic 
  • Three-Point Lift Capacity: 1,631-lbs. 
  • Travel Speed: Up to 14.4 mph 
  • Enclosed cab models available   
4000 Platform Operator Using A Bobcat CT4050 Compact Tractor With Front-End Loader To Move Mulch
45-58 hp Compact Tractors 

4000 Platform

  • Horsepower: 45-58 
  • Transmission: Manual synchro shuttle or hydrostatic 
  • Three-Point Lift Capacity: 2,716 lbs. 
  • Travel Speed: Up to 18.5 mph 
  • Open workstation models only
5000 Platform Operator Using A Bobcat CT5558 Compact Tractor With Three-Point Tine Rake Attachment To Rake Dead Limbs And Brush Along Tree Line
45-58 hp Compact Tractors 

5000 Platform

  • Horsepower: 45-58 
  • Transmission: Electronic hydrostatic 
  • Three-Point Lift Capacity: 3,177 lbs. 
  • Travel Speed: Up to 17.5 mph 
  • Standard factory-installed deluxe cab  


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CT1021 HST
Bobcat CT1021 Sub-Compact Tractor Knockout Image
CT1021 HST
1000 Platform

Suggested Price

$13,985 USD*

Engine Horsepower
21 hp
PTO Horsepower
16.3 hp
Operating Weight
1521 lb

Bobcat CT1025 Compact Tractor Knockout Image On White Background
1000 Platform

Suggested Price

$15,929 USD*

Engine Horsepower
24.5 hp
PTO Horsepower
18.8 hp
Operating Weight
1521 lb


Most Popular Attachments

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  • Angle Blade A Bobcat compact tractor with angle blade implement levels a gravel road.

    Angle Blade

    The economical angle blade implement performs leveling, backfilling, grading and snow removal on farms or acreages.

  • Auger A Bobcat compact tractor drills a hole with the auger attachment.


    With this compact tractor implement, you can install fence posts, plant trees or dig footings like a pro. You’ll finish the job quickly and easily from the comfort of your compact tractor.

  • Backhoe An operator digs a hole with the Bobcat backhoe implement mounted to his CT5555 compact tractor.


    The Bobcat backhoe turns your compact tractor into a powerful excavator.

  • Box Blade A closeup of the Bobcat box blade implement mounted to the 3-point hitch of a Bobcat compact tractor.

    Box Blade

    The heavy-duty, rear-mount box blade offers versatility for leveling, backfilling, grading and moving a variety of material.

  • Rotary Cutter A Bobcat compact tractor pulls a 3-point rotary cutter implement.

    Rotary Cutter

    Control overgrown grass and small brush in pastures, ditches, and wooded areas with the rotary cutter.

  • Mid-Mount Mower A woman mows grass with a Bobcat CT1021 sub-compact tractor and mid-mount mower.

    Mid-Mount Mower

    The mid-mount mower turns your compact tractor into a maneuverable mowing powerhouse. Its drive-over deck is easy to attach and remove. 

  • Tiller A Bobcat compact tractor tills soil using the tiller attachment.


    The tiller attachment tears through clumps and hardened soil with its replaceable, double-edge tines and leaves behind a prepared seed bed.

  • Tine Rake A Bobcat compact tractor smooths an unplanted dirt lawn with the tine rake implement.

    Tine Rake

    Use the tine rake implement for collecting debris and smoothing out lawns while preparing for reseeding and fertilizing.

Articles & Buying Resources

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  • Section 179 Tax Deduction for Compact Equipment T76 compact track loader on a white background

    Section 179 Tax Deduction for Compact Equipment

    Leverage IRS Section 179 for small business tax benefits to deduct the full purchase (or lease) on qualifying compact equipment during the tax year. Learn more.
  • 5 Tips for Compact Tractor Maintenance Made Simple Acreage Owner Checks Bobcat Compact Tractor Oil

    5 Tips for Compact Tractor Maintenance Made Simple

    Routine maintenance should be as easy as tying your shoes. Use these tips to easily service and maintain your Bobcat compact tractor so it runs for years to come.
  • How to Choose the Best Compact Tractor Tires for Your Work Bobcat tractor tire options from left to right: turf tire, industrial tire, agricultural tire

    How to Choose the Best Compact Tractor Tires for Your Work

    With the proper tire for the task, compact tractors are the perfect machine for tackling your land’s toughest projects.
  • Compact Tractor Transmission Types: Hydrostatic vs. Manual Bobcat CT4045 compact tractor traveling on a gravel driveway

    Compact Tractor Transmission Types: Hydrostatic vs. Manual

    Understanding the differences between manual and hydrostatic transmission types can make it easier for you to decide which Bobcat compact tractor is right for you.
  • 7 Options to Consider When Deciding What Compact Tractor to Buy Operator digging with a compact tractor and backhoe tractor implement

    7 Options to Consider When Deciding What Compact Tractor to Buy

    With many sizes and configurations on the market, there’s a compact tractor to match your work style. Here are 7 things to consider.
  • Guide to Compact Tractor Sizes Bobcat CT2025 Compact Tractor In Front of Barn

    Guide to Compact Tractor Sizes

    We break it down in simple terms. Read this guide to feel confident before you head into a dealership.
  • Compact Tractor FAQs Bobcat compact tractor with front-end loader attachment and backhoe attachment.

    Compact Tractor FAQs

    Compact tractors are do-it-all machines designed to solve the unique challenges of acreage owners, hobby farmers or anyone maintaining land. Get the answers to your most frequently asked questions about this versatile machine.

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*The prices advertised are suggested resale prices that Bobcat recommends to dealers for purposes of trying to ensure that Bobcat’s products are price-competitive and that dealers have the proper incentives to market and service the products in accordance with Bobcat’s brand standards. Bobcat reserves the right to change suggested resale prices, product specifications, and options at any time. The final sales price is determined independently by the selling dealer in its sole discretion. Pricing is country specific. Bobcat’s suggested list prices are for products sold in the US only. Product configuration may differ from image(s) provided. See dealer for full product details.


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