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.