History of Mahindra Tractors
Mahindra is the largest industrial enterprise in India, focusing on metalworking, automobiles and agricultural machinery. In 1963, Mahindra joined International Harvester to form the Indian International Tractor Company. Until 1965, the company produced the B275 tractor model. In 1971, the company ended its relationship with International, and ITCI was taken over by Mahindra as its tractors division. The Mahindra trademark was first used in the name of tractors in 1982. In 1994, a division of Mahindra USA was created to manufacture tractors for export to the United States.
Let's start with the smaller model, the Mahindra 8000. The tractor is equipped with a 4-cylinder diesel engine with a displacement of 3192 cc. with a capacity of 80 h.p. Gearbox - 12 forward / 12 reverse gears. The maximum lifting capacity is 1800 kg. Power take-off (ROM) - 65 HP with. Hydraulic pump - 41.6 l / min. The curb weight is 3042 kg. Overall dimensions: length 410 mm, width 1963 mm and height 3962 mm.
The second model, the Mahindra 9500, is equipped with a more powerful diesel engine with 3533 cm2 of 92 hp. The box is the same 12/12 speed. The lifting capacity is higher - 2500 kg. Power take-off - 74 HP The curb weight is 3280 kg. Overall dimensions: length 4104 mm, width - 2050 mm and height - 3962 mm.
The presented Indian tractors are equipped with front (17x6) and rear (36x2) counterweights in wheels. The machines are guaranteed for 3 years or 3000 operating hours.