Mahindra Tractor Reviews
Consumers looking for a tractor with a larger frame size than a subcompact, more lift capacity, and more premium features, the Mahindra 1626 is well worth checking out.
The Mahindra eMax 20 is an ultra-competitive subcompact tractor perfect for the first-time homeowner.
After spending months testing Mahindra's 1538 TLB tractor, we decided to see how the more budget-friendly 2538 TLB compared.
For anyone in the market for a snow removal package with four-season versatility, the Mahindra eMax 25S would be well worth considering.
Over the last four months, we’ve gotten quite familiar with the Mahindra 1538, its capabilities and strengths, along with its weaknesses. Here are our final thoughts.
Outside of a few minor issues, we are really enjoying our time in the Mahindra 1538 TLB.
We recently picked up a Mahindra 1538, equipped with loader and backhoe, for long-term testing and early impressions are positive.
The flagship of Mahindra's 2500 Series, the 2565 cab tractor would make a good option for a hobby farmer looking for 65-horsepower tractor and protection from the elements.
The Mahindra 4540 is a no-frills tractor with a slightly dated design, but if you can look past all that it seems like a good and affordable option for a specialty or hobby farm.
Carrying a tractor-only MSRP of $27,068 and with a five-year powertrain warranty, the Mahindra 2555 might be the perfect choice for a wide range of Ag-related, hobby farming, grounds maintenance, and municipal use.