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Mahindra USA Recalls Compact Tractors Due to Fire Hazard

  • Recalled Max25 Compact Tractor
  • Recalled Max22 Compact Tractor
  • Model and serial number on recalled tractor
  • Madindra logo on recalled Max25 tractor
  • Madindra logo on recalled Max22 tractor
Name of Product:
eMax Compact Tractors

Fuel lines can break or leak, posing a fire hazard.

Recall Date:
November 12, 2015

About 2,000 (in addition to about 100 in Canada)

Consumer Contact

Mahindra toll-free at 877-449-7771 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT Monday through Friday or online at and click on "Tractor Recall" for more information. The firm is contacting registered owners of the tractors directly.

Recall Details


This recall involved Mahindra eMax compact diesel tractors designed for residential use. They are red with a black seat. The model number and "Mahindra" are in white lettering on the each side of the hood. Serial numbers for the recalled models are located on the right side of the frame above the front axle.


Recalled ModelSerial Numbers
eMax 22G22GRH00001-22GRH00596
eMax 22H22HRH00001-22HRH00710
eMax 25H25HRH00001-25HRH00816

Consumers should immediately stop using the tractors and contact an authorized Mahindra dealer as soon as possible to schedule the free repair. 


The firm received 61 reports of cracks in the fuel tank pipe. No injuries have been reported.

Sold At:
Mahindra dealers throughout the United States and Canada from March 2014 through September 2015 for between $11,300 and $13,600.

Mahindra USA, Inc., of Houston, Tex.

Manufactured In:
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