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Anyone had experience with a Mahindra Tractor?
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Lynch    Posted 02-16-2003 at 06:47:13       [Reply]  [Send Email]
They sell the heck out of them here in my neck of the woods...was told, by a owner of one that I know, that they are just IH tractors that are made in India...they have great package deals on the tractor and 4 implements and a trailer here at a dealer in Buna, Texas...gonna go try one out on the next day that it ain't raining...The model I am looking at is a 350 DI,... basically a new reproduction of an older IH....Lynch

Mike Walton    Posted 06-27-2009 at 17:48:52       [Reply]  [No Email]
I last commented about a year ago. I still have my 4110 4x4 w/loader. It still performs great execept for the normal wear and tear. And there's not much help there. If you look to buy one, make SURE you have a good dealer!! I have sent many emails to Mah'USA with poor or no results. With my tractor it's the "little" things. The utility box in the floor lid broke off. It was under the rubber mat and the hinges came apart. The Horn/headlight knob cracked and fell apart (plastic). It took two years to locate a plug for the aux power connector. I had to go to a Keote (sp) dealer to get one. Corporate service is nil. Customer support is a catch phrase being used to placate us. It's such a shame as the Mahindras here run great. They are made much better than J.D., Kub., N.H. or M.F.(the next best)in my opinion. But, a great tractor is only as good as the support network. Since someone said they have such a bad resale, it might be a great deal to buy a used one. Just be sure about your dealer...

Ben Sault    Posted 09-13-2003 at 03:39:42       [Reply]  [No Email]
I have been researching tractors to death. I sell trailers here in VT and talk to a lot folks and finally spoke to someone who just bought one and loves it. Besides the $8K+ he saved on this purchase over a JD, which is what I was leaning toward (the 4310).
Today I will test drive one,even have the wife backing this one guys!! One thing I need here up north is snow blower, which I have not seen. A mid-PTO is required to run off the front, so I hope this tractor is equip'd for it. Will keep you all posted and how it all works in the snow!

Mark A    Posted 02-17-2003 at 05:52:09       [Reply]  [No Email]
My brother bought one of those package deals about 3 years ago. Tractor, posthole digger, blade, on a 16 foot lowboy trailer, for about 9 big ones. I dont know offhand what size it is, but it is a 3 cyl diesel. His starts and runs very easy here in central Texas in all kinds of weather. He hasnt had any trouble with his. The muffler slides off with no tools, and the hood flips up easily exposing the entire engine, which is a neat feature. Nice heavy utility tractor. The only complaint I would have with it is that it is a little chore to get onto the seat, as you have to move your leg over the middle hump (over or around the shift levers) and put it on the other foot rest. Could be a problem for some.

Roger Mckinney Dont buy one- pile of Junk    Posted 02-16-2003 at 09:46:29       [Reply]  [No Email]
Bought one last year has 290hrs on it. Nothing but a complete flop. Been at the dealer more than my garage. Oil leaks galore, fuel pump went out, fuel injector leak, 3 point leaks down, powere steering is almost manual. I would sell this pile of stuff for 60% of what I have in it and tell the new owner good luck. Maybe I just got a LEMON I dont know, next time its JOHN DEERE ALL the way to the Bank. I'll never buy another of these things.

Les...fortunate    Posted 02-16-2003 at 08:19:06       [Reply]  [No Email]
I see your answer to my query of a couple days ago. My brother and I are Case guys (sort of,,, him especially) and I would love to have one of those nice signs to give to him. Do you have a mess of them or is that the only one?

That is the only one, but...    Posted 02-16-2003 at 08:23:35       [Reply]  [Send Email]
...I will be getting some more in a month or 2...Lynch

Les...Good!!    Posted 02-16-2003 at 10:13:33       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Maybe I'll have more money at that time ";^) I sure would like one.
Note my email address above. Just leave out the "nospam." part.

Tom A    Posted 02-16-2003 at 08:16:13       [Reply]  [Send Email]
No, but I'd like to hear about your experience! I sat on one at the Ag Fair 2 years ago and really liked what I saw. It reminded me very much of a bigger version of my 8N. A basic, no-frills, solid tractor. I figure when the time comes to replace mine, I'd consider one of these.

Good luck,

RB/CT    Posted 02-16-2003 at 08:07:28       [Reply]  [No Email]
Good choice. I too am looking at Mahindra. If you look on there web site, sales have skyroketed. I think that you get a lot for the money, including weight. Good luck.

tony Fabiano    Posted 07-17-2004 at 14:32:12       [Reply]  [Send Email]
i bought one i think it is one good strong running tractor i have put 30 hours on it and it drives and runs so very well mine is a a med size i guess you say with the frount bucket its 4 wheel drive and does everthing i want it to do thanks tony buddy has...    Posted 02-16-2003 at 08:21:16       [Reply]  [Send Email]
...had one for a few years and loves Mahindra USA is based here in help will be close....have 2 dealers within 30 miles...looking at the simple E 350DI and the 4500....the package deals here are awesome. If I buy new, I think I'm buying Mahindra. If I buy used it will more than likely be an old Massey Ferguson or IH...Mahindra has the biggest tractor manufacturing facility in the world, and will be # 1 in sales soon, if not already. Gonna go drive some of them this week...will post what I think. They are basically IH tractors. Lynch

Al    Posted 03-02-2009 at 18:49:16       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Bought a repo 4110 2 years ago 400hr when I got it. 4 in one and a standard bucket came with it and have used the heck out of it. To this day no problem and plan on keeping it a long time.4 wheel drive is a must.I use it just about everyday and really like the way it operates.Never fails to start even in the teens.Paint fades quickly but I don't care., and if it really becomes an issue I'll buy a can of paint!!!!! Good Value.

guy pouvesle    Posted 02-03-2009 at 21:39:07       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a 2015 Mahindra, and I beat the hell out of it on my farm, I have not had any single problem, period. It has started in the cold temperature here in NW Arkansas, even during our last ice storm.It is more than what I have expected of it.

My neighbords have Kubota, and they are always going to the shop for repair. I almost bought a Kubota, glad I did not.

Would I recommend Mahindra to anyone, yes,
without any hesitation.

kenneth allen    Posted 11-04-2008 at 10:52:17       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I bought one new in 05 Ihave around 170 hrs on it
have had trouble with the back seal blowing in the motor soaking the clutch and ruining it I took it to a dealer he found a bolt broken that holds the flange on. He got with the manf. and the told him since the warr. had run out the would not back it even though it was manf. fault. Now i have another problem with the front axel or spindel broke pushing heaterwood out of driveway. Took it to dealer and he said it looked as though it was partly broken from factory. They won't stand behind it. I like the tractor but they won't stand behind it when it is their fault. I would think twice before buying another.

zaib mohd khan    Posted 09-17-2008 at 22:09:34       [Reply]  [No Email]
ihad mahindra tractor since 20 years iam aprofesional farmer i had agood exp of this tractor my love for mahindra trac

zaib mohd khan    Posted 09-17-2008 at 22:05:04       [Reply]  [No Email]

Manuel Martinez    Posted 05-24-2007 at 08:26:14       [Reply]  [No Email]
I bought a 35 H,P, MAHINDRA 5 yrs ago after owning 3 ford 8 n tractors. The 8 n were a pain. The mahindra diesel is a very strong reliable tractor that still starts every time. No problems what so ever in 5 yrs. I highly recommend them to any one, especially to small operators like me. I can not speak on large tractors because mine is a 35 h.p. But i would imagine they work the same.

Mike Walton    Posted 03-23-2008 at 15:23:34       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I did a LOT of research on the top 5 brands in the 40-45 hp 4wd w/loader. Mahindra came out best with the 4110. I compared actual tractors at dealerships for hp, user comfort/control access, amount of metal and type, what was already rusting in the dealer lot, ease of maintenance (access), standard features vs options (you can get it but it may cost more...), dealer distance, owner manual (if you can't understand the manual...), and aesthetics (if it's ugly...). After 2 years, the tractor still runs great. I'm not at all impressed with distributor or manufacturer support. Hydraulic actuators on loader both have heavy rust on tops. Blk fender extensions cracked at every bolt connection. A few other things that should have been replaced but are "issues".

Bob    Posted 05-22-2008 at 06:17:48       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have had one now (2810) for about 3 years and put about 500 hours on it. I have a TAS Loader on it and have had no trouble with anything. the loader works great and has done everything i have asked it to do. I have had the back wheels off the ground with some of the loads i've put on it. i did weld a heavy piece of angle iron across the top front of the busket so it wouldn't bend in so easy (I pushed a tree over with it) if i was going to buy another tractor it would be a mahindra

Rick    Posted 04-11-2006 at 13:02:26       [Reply]  [No Email]
Just bought the Sub-Compact 2615 4x4 model. Very heavy and sturdy tractor. We bought it to load dirt, dig holes, and scrape clearings. It does all of these things great. Looked at Kubota, New Holland, and Deere. Mahindra's are cheaper and stronger.

Chuck    Posted 06-23-2006 at 14:15:39       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I purchased the 7010 with the mahindra front loader and have had ongoing problems. I have also researched and found other 7010 owners have had similar problems.
I will say the dealer I have worked with has been as accomodating as they could.

James    Posted 05-28-2008 at 20:40:20       [Reply]  [Send Email]
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE!!!!!! Contact me if you are still around. I need information from you about the problems that you and others have had with the 7010 model.

Joe    Posted 05-14-2006 at 07:40:09       [Reply]  [Send Email]

will it scrape clean the woods in AR, I mean all kind of small trees and bushes..?


darrell farmer    Posted 08-01-2009 at 07:23:29       [Reply]  [Send Email]
please send me your info my 7010 is at the dealer to with blown head gasket 2 nd time

seth hinton    Posted 04-07-2006 at 06:49:15       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I'm looking at a 5500 4x4 M.(new). After reading some of the coments, I'm now wondering about JD 53 or 57 hr. I would appr. some feedback from anyone. Going to be doing alot of backhoe work. thanks! Seth

Scott    Posted 11-29-2005 at 16:48:26       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I own a E40 DI 1998 Model ,It is a very dependable tractor that can handle most jobs. I have even used it to pull a 3 Disc Athens turning plow This plow has 30 in. disc on it.

Edward Bowman    Posted 02-17-2006 at 17:44:42       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I bought my 4110 Mahindra in 2004. I took it in for a service to get its first service, and at approx. 15 hours later I lost the engine. Mahindra put a new engine in my tractor at the dealers location but sent their own people to take out the first motor and install the new motor.They told me that the problem was from a new inner seal with the oil filter had backed out during the service thus allowing for the motor to throw the oil and break. I later learned through a rep with Mahindra that the oil filter was only one problem, my tractor had a serial number that was in a series of engine numbers that Mahindra knew had bad main bearings.My tractor continued with problems with the four wheel drive popping out, shorts in the guages and wiring. Batteries replaced, fusses blowing, just about every minor problem that was anoying you could think of. The dealer did his best to correct or repair the problems as they arose and even though I had these problems and the little ones continued I felt I still had a great tractor. Then It happened again in 2005. With less than 100 hours on the second motor it started losing compression, performance and again was found to have internal problems with the main bearing. The dealer pulled the oil pan as directed by Mahindra and it was full of shavings. The dealer was informed not to do anything and they would replace the motor because it was a faulty main bearing. The Mahindra people in texas notified me and explained how they would make me happy, fix my tractor and correct all the problems with my tractor. They delivered the 4110 Mahindra back to my farm in Kentucky in January of this year.At this time I learned that somehow through a minor eror on Mahindra's fault that they (Mahindra) had installed another engine in my tractoe the second time that had the same x series of serial numbers that Mahindra knew had bad , faulty main bearings. Wow, what are the chances that this could happen again. And they still keep saying "we will do whatever it takes to make you happy". It now is just over two years old, is on its third engine and after numerous calls and contacts to Mahindra Tractors in Texas, reps for Mahindra and other people who have had problems with the 10 series tractors it seems that the only thing Mahindra Tractor can do is sale tractors. And according to market checks they have done just that. They have sold alot of tractors. The problem I have had from the first problem is that the dealer did his best to correct what he could or was allowed to and that everyone else either lied to me, put one bad motor after another in my tractor and they have the nerve to tell me that even though this happened not once but twice I should trust Mahindra Tractors and be assured that all is well and that they will continue to make me happy. Well as you can probably see I'm not happy. I don't trust Mahindra or any thing they have told me. The main people in Texas will talk, talk, talk and then they tell a rep. to say all the right things to try and hide a problem they have known for two years existed' I am now planning legal action against these so called Family Business people. I know that someone may find all this a little hard to belive but Its all true. I now have also learned that the Mahindra Dealer near my Eastern Kentucky farm area will no longer be a Mahindra dealer which leaves me and any past of future tractor owner without a dealer in the area to do the work or any service, warranty or other major work. Man what a great tractor and a great company. By the way the four wheel drive that I was told was fine slipted again last week as I moved hay down a slop (as they were told it has and contiues to do) to feed my cattle. Luckely I lowred the front pick just before the tractor rolled over with me on it. Maybe they were made for flat ground only and I wasn't told. Anyway thats the short end of my EXPERIENCE with a Mahindra ....I would like to hear from any one that has had problems similar with the 4110 series or any of the 10 series tractors. I would love to chat with those other poor souls who like me lost an engine in their 4110. Or anyone who has lost their 4 wheel drive while loaded and going up or down a slop or grade. The shifter will not move from the ON position. It slips out while still in gear or in 4 wheel drive and I have to stop move the 4 wheel lever and it will re-engage on its own. There is never any warning and it will only happen when as I said laoded and off a level plain. Kinda of scarry don't you think.Again If any one has had any of these EXPERIENCES pleas contact me / Thanks

James    Posted 07-16-2009 at 14:54:43       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a 2415 with nothing but problems too!!! PTO safety switch broke 4 times, brakes not working together 3-times in shop, diff lock not easy to engage 3-times in shop, front driveshaft bearing failed and locked up front wheels & broke trans gears and bent driveshaft while plowing with SINGLE plow! Dealer stopped seling them and Mahindra doesn't want to do anything but point fingers. I am pressing them to buy back and will retain a lawyer soon! They are very rude and have no organization for helping customers.

Don    Posted 03-01-2006 at 19:57:36       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a 2004 model 4500 2WD with just over 200hrs. The only problems were after the 50hr check, they created hyd leaks. Other wise it is a great tractor with good power. Just be sure to have fuild put in the tires if you get a frontend loader.

Connie Mc Coy    Posted 10-28-2008 at 11:00:42       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We have a 4110 2003 model Mahindra which lost oil pressure and has filings in the oil. Have called all hinds of dealers with no help so far. Am trying to contact Mahindra in Texas.....any phone numbers, names I can contact at the factory to get help. I expect the main bearing is the cause of our problem too but the tractor is out of warranty.

Thanks for your help

allan    Posted 12-11-2005 at 10:15:41       [Reply]  [Send Email]
i just bought a 5500 4-wd, it is a good strong tactor and i really like the steering on it, hope it is as good as people says it is, but so far its been damn good.

allan    Posted 12-11-2005 at 10:15:41       [Reply]  [No Email]

Don Laughlin    Posted 07-25-2005 at 07:10:17       [Reply]  [Send Email]
4110 Owner for 4 years:

Great little tractor. Have used it for mowing using 6' field mower and discing using 7' disc. Front loader great for fence building, especially relocating corner posts, ie. railroad ties. It also handles a box blade quite nicely. 4wd and power steering are a must. For heavy work you will need to put liquid in the tires.

No mechanical problems in 250 hours of use.

Removing and re-installing the front loader using the supplied stand is a hassle. I modified a floor jack to replace the supplied stand and solved that problem.

The radiator has a tendency to clog up with dust, field trash and insects. Regular cleaning eliminates this as a cause of high temperature. I moved the battery farther away from the front of the radiator by inserting a 1-1/2" spacing treated lumber and installing longer battery tie-down bolts.

Selling mine shortly,,,, selling the farm.

Raymond Ballard    Posted 08-31-2008 at 21:50:36       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I'm looking for a tractor and like most of the comments i've been reading about the Mahindra,for our 20 acre farm.If you haven't sold yours drop me a line,Thanks Ray

aelcyd richardson    Posted 07-11-2005 at 19:03:44       [Reply]  [No Email]
im thinking about buying a mahindra 4110 tractor, with the grappler and the bucket, can you give me more info on that? 4 wheel drive im a home owner , not a rancher, i want a good reliable tractor that i can depend on

aelcyd richardson    Posted 05-21-2008 at 18:35:28       [Reply]  [Send Email]
i would like to know where to buy the electrical hookup for my mahindra 4110 , like for a trailer

richardson    Posted 07-25-2005 at 04:21:03       [Reply]  [Send Email]

need a follow up on the 4110 mahindra 4wd?

d    Posted 04-25-2005 at 17:56:18       [Reply]  [No Email]
resale value sucks with a mihindra

larry    Posted 01-06-2006 at 07:01:38       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Thats one of the reasons that a cheap price is not always the best value. They will never equal a Kubota for resale, reliability or overall value.

rj    Posted 04-08-2005 at 20:54:13       [Reply]  [No Email]
I have a 2615 HST with belly mower and loader. Solid tractor. Used for snow removal in Wisconsin. 5ft brush mower. Hauling trees. Etc. I would reccommend highly.

dd    Posted 05-18-2005 at 11:10:59       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Got a 2615HST a couple of weeks ago and am extremely happy with it 'so far'. I only have about 15 hours so it's too new for any reliability ratings so far. Seems to be well built(Mitsubishi). I have a 5ft bush hog which it handles very well. I do not have the FEL so the front end gets a little light on muddy ground.

ian taylor    Posted 03-05-2005 at 03:55:39       [Reply]  [Send Email]
g,day from australia. mahindra tractors are only new to australia. i am considering buying a 6500 4wd series with ml265 loader. would appreciate any input from anyone who has ever owned or had anything to do with this type of tractor. sounds like you blokes have had the mahindra tractors over there for a while.

regards, ian

Mike in La.    Posted 02-10-2007 at 05:28:33       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hello Ian,
I'm looking at the same tractor for use on my farm in Texas. Have heard nothing negative about this series of tractors. Have you bought yours? If so, what do you think?

Jack C. Scott    Posted 02-17-2005 at 09:34:10       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Purchase new tractor in July, 2004, used ten hours and leak in power steering line occurred, was told by friend that Mahindra users have had problems with lines to various parts of machine; replacement was costly mostly because I am a lousey mechanic and list of dealers/service is outdated; one 20 miles away went out of business sometime prior to Thanksgiving, 2004. Need to find place for reasonable service and parts.Also, Mahindra USA needs to update list of dealers. Glad to read of positive experiences of many Mahindra owners. Are people having line problems, etc.?

Norman H    Posted 06-20-2005 at 14:32:36       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Have 4110 for over two years now. Did have a power steering leak problem at the outset, but nothing that a wrench and a little elbow grease didn't fix in a hurry. My neighbor (whose blood is John Deere green) is really impressed with how much tractor I got for the money, and is really impressed with it's performance. I recommend this tractor to anyone.

GARY L. PAGANO    Posted 02-21-2005 at 18:02:47       [Reply]  [No Email]
OWN E 350 VERY GOOD MACHINE NO PROBLEMS OWN SINCE 8/10/2002. I use it in the woods in south mississippi to make food plots for deer. very rough land.

Mark    Posted 02-16-2005 at 08:11:50       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Yes, full year now with a 2015 HST. Awesome little
tractor does everything you ask. Best part,
manufactured by Mitsubishi in Japan; solid product, no
trouble so far. With bucket for $12k.

William Calvert    Posted 01-12-2005 at 20:12:47       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I am contemplating buying a 2015HST Mahindra
tractor. I have learned that this "small" tractor will not
support a remote hydraulic hookup because it is too
small to run the equipment. Also it is too small to pull a
scoop to dig shallow trenches.

Wonder if anyone has any experience, comments?

Duane Metheny    Posted 09-10-2004 at 18:56:18       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Am having a 'less that pleasant' experience with a Mahindra 475 DI. Am getting fuel everywhere in the system EXCEPT to the cylinders. Can not fine any evidence of an electric fuel pump so am assuming the fuel pump to be manual, If this is correct how do I check to determine if the pump is working? Really like the tractor, but this is giving me fits.....any help will be appreciated.

Jim Yelverton    Posted 09-16-2004 at 07:56:34       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I am having trouble with my 22 month old Mahindra 6000 2WD locking up in third gear. The dealer is having trouble getting parts from Texas. This is the 2nd time this has happened in 2 months. Is this type of transmission problem common?

stev    Posted 09-21-2008 at 18:28:59       [Reply]  [Send Email]
have u found out the prob we are having same prob it is stuck in third gear we have a mahindra 2415 2006

Jim    Posted 07-15-2004 at 22:49:25       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I love the Mahindra E3505-DI I bought from H & R Tractors in Kentucky. They give me great service and deal couldn't be better!

Burrhead    Posted 02-17-2003 at 18:33:26       [Reply]  [No Email]
I know 3-4 fellers around me that went to Buna and bought Mahindras.

They are all several years old now and none of them have had a problem. The odd yuppie in the crowd went and got a Belarus.

When his Belarus would'nt hold up he went and traded it in on a 30 something HP Mahindra.

I've used it and it does good with a 6' brushhog cleaning up heavy brush in pastures.

If I ever get another new utility sized tractor for here at the house it will be a Mahindra or Tafe.

That feller that's saying he'd get a JD over a
Mahindra must be misled.. Unless they switched out in the last year or 2 then that JD will actually be a green Yanmar or a green Zetor.

TIM    Posted 02-19-2004 at 00:25:42       [Reply]  [Send Email]

Joseph Smith    Posted 04-28-2005 at 08:25:05       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Bought a 3525 last month (3/05). I really like the tractor is has 35 horsepower. Two stage clutch. The lift is awesome. The big negative is that it has dry brakes, but for the price you have to give a little. I have pulled two bottom plows (16"), and nice heavy set of lift type disc, tillers (9), and 5 ft. bush hog. It has done everything well. I have a couple of small problems (parking ligts, muffler, and motor shield), but the dealer has always came right away and fixed everything. I now have 30 hours on it.

I wanted a used 3000 Ford, but for a little more I got this 3525. I am really pleased so far.

Bill    Posted 06-20-2004 at 15:20:43       [Reply]  [Send Email]
E-mail me, and I will send you the cash prices and the financing available at our locations.


Bill    Posted 10-24-2005 at 15:33:49       [Reply]  [Send Email]
If in India, you would sure want to go Mahindra since they are by far the largest supplier of tractors there.
35 to 42 would be great.

Phil Taylor    Posted 08-08-2004 at 11:18:14       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I would like pricing info and size info on Mahindra tractors.

Brian Lewis    Posted 07-07-2005 at 15:40:51       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Any idea what the pricing on a 50hp mahindra with front end loader is?

Joe West    Posted 07-19-2005 at 12:48:38       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I bought 5500 (54 hp) with a front end loader for around 16K.

cary gentry    Posted 02-09-2008 at 19:48:01       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I am looking to do some trading with a friend of mine on a 2004 4110 4wd with bucket, this machine looks to be VERY well taken care of, only 250 hrs. on it. Can anyone tell me how much this thing is worth?

Abdul Akbar    Posted 07-15-2004 at 17:58:46       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Did anyone try an L&T-John Deere tractor? I believe they have strated sales in US with John Deere India made tractors. They are best for 45 HP range.

ASHOK MANSUR    Posted 06-24-2005 at 07:26:06       [Reply]  [Send Email]
phone:+918362744536.,cell :+919448053863

Bills Tractor    Posted 12-05-2005 at 14:23:55       [Reply]  [Send Email]
If you want a step up from the old IH, the 42 HP (4500) Mahindra would be a big improvment.

The 35 HP (3325 or 3525)might be a little light.
The numbers of our US tractors are different but you could get the specs off of my web page at

RB/CT    Posted 02-16-2003 at 08:07:27       [Reply]  [No Email]
Good choice. I too am looking at Mahindra. If you look on there web site, sales have skyroketed. I think that you get a lot for the money, including weight. Good luck.

bob    Posted 06-21-2004 at 21:53:26       [Reply]  [Send Email]
do not be suckered in by the cheap package deals. mahindra tractors use agricredit as there retail finance company, their resale is so poor that mahindra corp. has to be responsible for every contract. think why they are cheaper? they do not have the customer or product support that deere, new holland, kubota, mf ,etc... have. they just build cheap tractors. i can speak from experience, it took my dealer in texas six weeks to get hydraulic parts.

Dave    Posted 12-01-2004 at 09:57:13       [Reply]  [Send Email]

Big John    Posted 03-23-2005 at 08:22:54       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Well as far as Mahindra, they are India born, not Japan. And as far as losing jobs--it seems to me if we as American's would spend more time being competitive instead of griping we wouldn't have to worry about losing jobs. Our society has us spoiled and we have grown to expect something for nothing. Are we looking for the forest or the tree's? I guess which ever is easiest and the less work. Ask the question--why is Walmart doing so good?

Big John    Posted 03-08-2005 at 07:56:16       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Seems like the issue is not the tractor, but rather where its built. On my second Mahindra, (wore the first one out over 3000 hours) and as far a dependable---works for me.

joe    Posted 07-17-2005 at 08:03:37       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I just sold my 2155 J.D. with 2535 hours,because I need something a little bigger I am thinking of buying a Mahindra 6500 but you wore out a tractor with three thousand hours?????I guess Mahindra is junk..........

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