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Kubota VS Mahindra

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Tim Dwyer

08-03-2009 19:39:25
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This message is a reply to an archived post by buickanddeere on October 08, 2008 at 05:07:24.
The original subject was "Re: Kubota VS Mahindra".

kioti brand is not like a kubota. Parts and mechanics that can work on them are very hard to find. dealers that pop up only last a few years at best. I personally scratch my head with kioti.I'm staying with a solid company. my time is to valuable

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MF Poor

08-04-2009 15:07:05
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 Re: Kubota VS Mahindra in reply to Tim Dwyer, 08-03-2009 19:39:25  
Locally, there was a couple different Kioti dealers in the beginning. They sold quite a few tractors with their low overhead sales operations. (Low overhead = no building, no parts dept, no place to take warranty claims, no mechanic/technicians, and no knowledge of what they were selling) As you might imagine, that sort of business tactics sent 'em down the drain. Now there's a bunch of orange wannabe's with no place to turn. Used values are dropping faster'n Barry Obamba's approval ratings.

I've ran a couple Kioti's. Decent, but sure not what I'd want MY money wrapped up in.

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kenstrac

08-04-2009 09:28:18
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 Re: Kubota VS Mahindra in reply to Tim Dwyer, 08-03-2009 19:39:25  
They are better then Kubota have a better warranty come with more extras heaver



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buickanddeere

08-03-2009 19:50:16
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 Re: Kubota VS Mahindra in reply to Tim Dwyer, 08-03-2009 19:39:25  
Wow, how did that one drift in from the twilight zone? Kioti engineers split from Kubota and built their own companmy.



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jm.

08-04-2009 04:39:25
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 Re: Kubota VS Mahindra in reply to buickanddeere, 08-03-2009 19:50:16  
Sorry you are bad wrong. The ONLY connection ever with Kioti and KUBOTA was When we finished the run on the old l2850 tractors the molds and drawings for that tractor were sold to a group of KOREAS for domestic use there in korea. They liked the tractor so well they started copying
the design and that is where we are today. There have been several lawsuits back and forth and most won by kubota, eaven as to the shade of orange paint. I personaly don,t see the purchase of one they are not that much cheaper than a real KUBOTA and product support is a lot better with the KUBOTA

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Ken Macfarlane

08-04-2009 10:13:10
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 Re: Kubota VS Mahindra in reply to jm., 08-04-2009 04:39:25  
I'll second that they cost just about as much as a Kubota up here. Put together pretty well. Front axles and loaders not quite there yet.



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