Max 22 4WD HST

Revolutionary, value-packed sub-compact tractor with a full-length frame that will allow users to install a backhoe at any time. Maximum versatility with a drive over mower, mower deck, snow blower, blade, broom and more!

Tractor Only MSRP*
$12,635
HP
22
*Shown with Optional Loader. MSRP in USD

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Features

Starting MSRP: $12,635*

Attachments & Implements

Just a few of the compatible attachments and implements listed below. Please check with your dealer for a complete list of available add ons including implements and other specialty equipment not listed here tailored to your specific need.

ML202
Max 22/25 60" Mid-Mount Mower
Snowblower
MB60A
Heavy-Duty Boom Pole
Mahindra Rear Spear
Financing & Incentives
Unique to Mahindra, our “Choose your Own Savings” program gives you the flexibility to select between a variety of pricing and financing options, putting the buying power in your hands. Select one of the options below:
Value Pricing
  • Up to 0% for 84 Months*
  • Plus Cash Back*

*Varies by Model

or
Rock Bottom Pricing
  • Up to 3.99% for up to 84 Months
  • Plus Cash Back*

*Varies by Model

or
Cash Back
  • Up to $3,000
  • Mahindra USA Finance Rate

*Varies by Model

*MSRP is for informational purposes only. MSRP pricing does not include freight, surcharges (taxes or fees) or delivery charges. Please contact your Mahindra Tractor dealer for exact pricing information and any applicable discounts, incentives or special package offers in your area. Prices, specifications and programs are subject to change without notice.

Tractor Comparison

Tractor Model Mahindra Max 22 Kubota BX 2360 John Deere 1023E Massey Ferguson GC 2400
ENGINE
Cylinders 3 3 3 3
Hp 22 (16.4) @ 2500 23 (17.2) @ 3200 22.4 (16.5) @ 3200 22.5 (16.8) @ 2600
Displacement 68.6 (1125) 54.8 (898) 55 (903) 68.5 (1123)
Pto Rpm 540 @ 2376 540 @ 3200 540 @ N/A 540 @ 2532
  • Lower engine RPM for quieter, cooler running
  • Less fuel consumption
  • Longer engine life
HYDRAULICS
Type Open center, full live hydraulic with position control Open center, full live hydraulic non position control Open center, full live hydraulic with position control Open center, full live hydraulic with position control
Pump Output 4.6 6.3 (tot) 3.5 4.3
Lift Capacity 1400 670 @ 24" behind pins 681 @ 24" behind pins 1190
  • Lift more than the competion, Max Lift capacity
  • Higher pump output
  • Responsive hydraulic controls
LOADER
Loader Model ML202 LA 243 D120 DL100
Max Lift Height 75 71.3 71.2 73
Digging Depth 4 4.7 4 6
Lift Capacity 900 745 825 678
Breakout Force 2000 992 (500 mm fwd) 1808 950
  • Lift more - Max performance
  • No tools loader removal
OPERATING WEIGHT
Op Weight Total 1693 1322 1345 1433
Overall Length 104.1 (2645) 95.5 (2425) 104 (2641) 97.6 (2480)
Overall Width 50.7 (1290) 44.5 (1130) 47.3 (1202) 46.9 (1165)
    TRANSMISSION
    Type HST 2 Range HST 2 Range HST 2 Range HST 2 Range
    Speeds Infinite Infinite Infinite Infinite
    • Reliable transmission offering ease of use all the time
    TIRES
    Industrial 20x8.0-10 / 27x12.50-15 18x8.5-10 / 26x12-12 18x8.5-10 / 26x12-12 18x8.5-10 / 26x12-12
    Turf 20x8.00-10 / 29x12.50-15 18x8.5-10 / 26x12-12 18x8.5-10 / 26x12-12 18x8.5-10 / 26x12-12
    Ag 6x12 / 9.5x16 18x8.5-10 / 26x12-12 18x8.5-10 / 26x12-12 18x8.5-10 / 26x12-12
    • Larger tires for better traction, stability and performance
    • Carry heavier loads

    Reviews

    Rating
    4
    Date:
    Saturday, March 1, 2014
    Purchased:
    New
    Dealer:
    Rivera's Machinery, Donna, Texas
    Model:
    Max 22 4WD HST
    By:
    Craig Comisky
    From:
    Harlingen, Texas
    Review:

    I have only put 10 hours on my tractor but . . . here goes. I purchased a package deal including Max 22, MMM, FEL, BB, tiller, and 16' Falcon Lowboy trailer. Things I don't like: the ground clearance especially with MMM onboard is such that when loading the trailer I must jack the front completely up, block the back and then slowly drive onto the trailer and the MMM still drags some. Also, even though the MMM has several settings, it doesn't truly travel up and down much with the lifting of 3PTH hydraulics - I wish it provided more. I don't like the jerky hydraulics. No matter how I adjust the flow the control on both 3pth and FEL seem to be too touchy, nearly all or nothing. The last bit of bad taste is rust. I like the metal body parts but I think more attention to detail would be nice, a touch more paint at joints, brackets, and ends would stop this bit of rust. Now the good, the stuff I love. This thing is a powerful, full feature, solid little tractor. Everything I wanted at a very reasonable price. 4WD works flawlessly, locking differential makes a world of difference, Steering is tight and turning radius is super small. Red is my favorite color, diesel engine starts quick and runs smooth. MMM is tremendous, can get scalpy but like anything attention to detail helps. The FEL actually seems to dig deeper than advertised but with industrial tires on wet grass it was hard to get started - but fun none the less. Tiller and tiller action is beast mode on this tractor. I am tilling up mostly clay down this way and so far this thing won't stop. The speeds this tractor works in and travels in are safe and appropriate. You just don't need to go any faster on a tractor. Overall I am happy with my purchase. I wonder if putting a set of Max 28XL tires on this Max 22 would solve my clearance problems?

    Craig

    Pros:
    Warranty, performance.
    Cons:
    ground clearance, jerky hydraulics.
    Rating
    5
    Purchased:
    New
    Dealer:
    Tripps Trading, New Gloucesteer, Maine
    Model:
    Max 22 4WD HST
    By:
    John Couture
    From:
    Gray, Maine
    Review:

    I bought the Mahindra after looking for the right fit. My first choice was a Kubota BX series, but was disappointed with the size, quality and capacities of the BX, so I went to my #2 choice, the Deere 1026R and again, found it to be a disappointment. While looking for the Deere I also saw the big red Mahindra's at the dealership selling new. I tried an 1816, which I found nice, but was disappointed to learn the blower was rear mounted. The owner told me the new Max series was almost the same, had more horsepower and had a front mount blower. The fit was good so I bought the Max 22.

    I have 60 hours on her now and am completely pleased with my choice. The lift capacity of 900 pounds is about right, although I wish it was just a bit more. The built quality is excellent and using it in the woods gives you a lot of confidence when you are slamming around in the rocks and stumps. All the fenders are hood are steel, thank god because the plastics on the kubota or Deere would already need replacing.

    The engine is very strong, runs smoothy and is moderate in terms of noise. The air filter is easy to get to for regular cleaning. The oil filter is a bit difficult to get to cleanly to get a filter wrench on it, but it is not impossible. Removing the sides to check the oil is kind of a poor design, but it is not at all difficult. The 3pt hitch is awesome, with a high load capacity it gives me a lot of versatility when strapping logs to the makeshift bar I set up between the 3pt hitch pins.

    I have added a soft cab, a rear finish mower and a snow blower. I also keep a weight box on whenever the loader is on. It makes a world of difference. The large wheels give tremedous amount of traction especially on hills and in the leaves and dirt in the woods. I also use aRatchet Rake for clearing slash and debris.

    I have a friend who bought the 1026R and we got together to play. He wishes he had the capacity and strength of the Max 22, but he is still a Deere man, no matter how much better my tractor is. I also got together with another friend with a bx25. There is no comparison. His tractor isn't a tractor at all when compared to the Max22.

    Pros:
    Strength, Build materials and quality, looks.
    Cons:
    Oil filter location and accessability, dip stick location
    *MSRP is for informational purposes only. MSRP pricing does not include freight, surcharges (taxes or fees) or delivery charges. Please contact your Mahindra Tractor dealer for exact pricing information and any applicable discounts, incentives or special package offers in your area. Prices, specifications and programs are subject to change without notice.