I'd say the Massey will be easier on fuel, that the 354 Perkins doesn't use hardly anything, we used to run a 2-105 white same motor, and we always figured around 6 gph working it as hard as you could. The Massey will have more gears to choose from which would be nice, the Massey is just more modern, the vista would be as nice as for user comfort or close to it, but if you went and plowed all day I'd say the g1000 would win, it should have more low end power, "cubic inches" and should be better on heavy loads, but if you want a planting or hay tractor the 2705 would be handier in my opinon, but if I had to choose I'd take the g1000 because I just love the MM tractors.
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