/ Compact tractor options #21
YesThat might be a good plan. The made in India Mahindras were perfectly functional tractors, but a little crude (like they had a Belarus father) and sometimes lacking in quality (e.g.rough castings, leaks and hoses). If they can get the quality up and keep the cost down, it would be good for the CUT market.
I called the old Mahindras the "Fred Flintstone" tractors. Very brutish machines that would get the job done because of weight and lift capacities but lacking in the "refinement" catagory.
The newer 5000 series Mahindras are much more refined with over a hundred improvements from their older line.
The new line will also be a continuation of refined but strong tractors for the money.