KIOTI Tractor Brings Power to Any Project

Jamie JohansenAgribusiness, Audio, Equipment, Machinery, National Farm Machinery Show, Tractor

24376552303_0e447a4fa3_zThe KIOTI team was present at the recent National Farm Machinery Show to talk about their newest product introductions to the market. KIOTI Tractor supplies tractor models in the 22-90 horsepower range to the US and Canadian markets.

Scott Brush, territory manager, said, “KIOTI Tractor was the first one to come to market with the tier 4 compliant engines. We have had them in the marketplace since the end of 2013 and have established the reliability of that engine in the market.”

KIOTI has made advances in its CS Series with the launch of the CS2210 and CS2510, the latest additions to the sub-compact tractor line. The advancements include improved comfort, convenience and operation. KIOTI’s popular CS Series has the power and versatility for all jobs big or small.

As attendees traveled through their booth Scott said they have a wide array of customers with very different interests. “We have had a lot of interest in our eco-friendly engines. We have also spoke to many weekend users looking for home improvement, lawn and garden, use around the house and small farms.”

Beyond tractors, KIOTI has partnered with Trace Adkins to kick-off a year long promotion called, KIOTI Tractor Power Through Tour, benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project. In October a drawing will award one lucky person with a Trace Adkins personal tractor. “Trace is a big supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project and he is donating his tractor. If you go to and make a $25 donation to the Wounded Warrior Project you are entered to win the tractor, which will be autographed by him.”

Listen to Taylor’s complete interview with Scott to learn more about KIOTI here: [wpaudio url=”″ text=”Interview with Scott Brush, KIOTI, Tractor”]

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