I looked at the Mahindra, among others, 5 years ago when I was in the market. They were new around here then. They seemed like a pretty heavy duty tractor. I went with the Kubota, no complaints at all. Good luck
If you buy one stick with a farm implement dealer that sells them that way you will have a parts and service dept.to work with.We had a store that was sellin em till they closed up.Don,t know anyone that has one but should be fine as long as use it in it,s within it,s limits.
I have a 26 hp kabota but I debated between that and a Mahindra.I got a better deal on the kabota and I have no complaints but I'd buy a Mahindra in a second.Two of my neighbors have them and they're as good as anything.
my inlaws bought one two years ago and it was a constant problem machine. Poor design and junk materials used. Major hydrolic issues and cracking metals And made the dealer repair it even though the dealer said it cant be fixed with the parts given to it by the company. They wanted to use after market parts that were made better.
I bought a kioti "bobcat" 45 hp and cant get over how great it is. So glad I bought a tractor and not a fancy lawnmower with hydrolics. The xtra few thousand over a kubota 23 hp was well worth it.
deere kubota kioti all are much better machines than mahindra