30 Models, Including the New Value Edition CK10 Series
Headquartered in Wendell, N.C., Kioti Tractor, a division of Daedong-USA, Inc., is a market-driven company that has been supplying tractor models in the 22- to 90-hp range to the U.S. and Canadian markets for almost 30 years. Within the last two years, Kioti introduced four new series (NX Series, PX Series, CK10 Series and DK10 Series), expanded two series (NX Series and RX Series), revamped its parts warehouse to better serve its customers and dealers and has twice been named Gold Level Status by the North American Equipment Dealers Association.
Kioti currently offers five series of tractors in the featured 40-and-under PTO hp range. The first, Kioti’s CS Series, is comprised of the CS2410 sub-compact tractor. The second, Kioti’s CK10 and DK10 Series, is the company’s value tractor lines. These series boast Kioti’s quality and power for the budget-conscious customer. The Kioti NX and CK Series offer Kioti’s premium quality with enhanced standard features, says Kioti. Each series is also compatible with Kioti’s extensive line of attachments and implements, including front-end loaders, backhoes, hay tools, mowers and tillage equipment.
Most recently, Kioti added a new generation value tractor offering with the addition of the CK10 Series. Built with a Tier 4-compliant Daedong eco-friendly diesel engine, the CK10 Series provides an environmentally-friendly option for fans of the low-maintenance tractor series. Along with a quiet, low vibration experience that is the trademark of the CK Series tractors, the CK10 Series includes three gear and three HST models ranging from 25 to 40 hp.
Kioti says it stands behind its tractors with full confidence in the performance and quality of each model. How? By offering a solid warranty on its tractors, Kioti can ensure buyers that nearly all major Kioti tractor components are designed, engineered and assembled by its parent company, Daedong Industrial Co. Ltd.
Advice to Buyers
“When shopping for a compact tractor, one of the first things you should consider is the scope of work you plan on using your tractor for,” explains Jimmy Lee, regional sales manager of Daedong-USA Inc. “Whether you’re mowing, digging holes or moving bales of hay or piles of dirt, be sure to look for a tractor that has enough power and capacity to handle the job.”
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