KIOTI Introduces New Value-Priced Tractors

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<p>With timing that&rsquo;s perfect for these economic times, <a href=”http://www.kioti.com/” target=”_blank”>KIOTI Tractor</a>&nbsp;has just announced two new mid-sized tractors designed and built for folks living in the country that don&rsquo;t want or need to spend the money on all the bells and whistles that can be found on much more expensive machines. Don&rsquo;t get me wrong, these new tractors are fully capable and heavy-duty machines. They just rely on well-proven and re-proven technology whose development has long been paid for. And the best part is that the company is passing the cost savings on to consumers.</p>
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<p>Based on the same field-proven chassis as the premium KIOTI line, the new DS4110 (41 horsepower; tractor only with ag tires has a MSRP of $17,750) and DS4510 (45 horsepower; tractor only, with ag tires has a MSRP of $18,650) both feature the same powerful yet fuel-efficient and well-proven Daedong Diesel engine with the injection pump tweaked for different power levels. Both tractors include standard features like a rear 540 rpm PTO (33.4 PTO horsepower DS4110 and 37.6 PTO horsepower DS4510) and a constant mesh shuttle transmission with eight forward and eight reverse gears. &nbsp; Both tractors are also equipped with four-wheel drive, power steering, wet disc brakes, rear differential lock, a comfortable and adjustable seat, foldable ROPS, seat belt and a choice of Ag, Turf or Industrial tires. Both also come with KIOTI’s four-year, full fleet warranty.</p>
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<p>”We have positioned this line between the so-called economy tractors offered by other OEMs and our premium line, which is highly regarded in this marketplace,&rdquo; says Ron Parrish, Marketing Development Manager at KIOTI.&nbsp; &ldquo;We believe we have an extremely competitive product here at an extremely competitive price point.&rdquo;&nbsp;</p>
<p>I have not yet given these tractors a test drive, but if you are looking for good dependable power around the farm or homestead, I would definitely consider these machines.</p>
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