Mahindra Tractor Retail Sales Jump 30%

April 25, 2013 12:00 AM
Mahindra Tractor Retail Sales Jump 30%

Retail sales of tractors grew 30% year-over-year for Mahindra USA in fiscal year 2013, according to the manufacturer. That represents the company’s highest retail sales to date.

Tractors from Mahindra, which is based in India and entered the U.S. market in 1994, range from 22 hp to 100 hp and are targeted at farms of varying sizes. The company ranked No. 2 for overall satisfaction in the 2013 North American Equipment Dealers Association Annual Dealer/Manufacturer Relations Survey. It ranked as the No. 3 tractor manufacturer in the U.S. for machines under 80 hp.

(See related: Mahindra Celebrates 2 Million Tractors)

To better support the North American market, the company recently opened its Northeast Authorized Distribution Center serving the northeastern U.S. and Canada and launched Mahindra Common Rail Diesel (mCRD) Tier 4-powered tractor models, as well as mForce and mPower higher horsepower models.

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Bob Lowe
Santa Barbara, CA
4/19/2016 03:36 PM

  Thank you for the post. I guess that's that happens when you make a quality product. People want your product, and sales increase. It is crazy that out of all the tractor manufactures, they have managed to rank number number 2 in overall satisfaction. That's a pretty big deal.


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