I use my 2015 Diesel Mahindra with a brush hog, an augur and a box scraper, as well as hauling with the front bucket.
As a "light duty" tractor for mowing, land shaping and post hole digging, it has been an excellent value for the money. I only have 2.5 acres of orchard and woodland, but must keep the grass down due to fire hazard in the summer, and have scraped out a 100 foot driveway, a pad for a RV shed, drilled many holes for fence posts and stump removal and brush hauling to the burn pile as well as wood gathering and hauling for the winter wood supply.
I had one problem with replacing a tire, but it was not Mahindra's problem, it was my local tire dealer. It caused some corrosion on the rim which I still have to deal with. And, the air filter cost me 45 dollars this spring. Parts and maintenence can be expensive on a higher use machine, I am sure. That is my only real complaint.
Otherwise, the tractor has been flawless over the last 6 years. I would recommend Mahindra to small landowners on a tight budget, but would never rule out the other Made in USA and more popular brands. Mahindra quality so far has been equal to those, but only time will tell.