I love my Mahindra 3535. It is a heavy, powerful machine. My only complaint is that it was not assembled well. Parts that should not have come loose (like the steering cylinder and an exhaust shield) came loose before 50 hours of use. Fortunately I caught the problems before any damage was done in both cases.
Small leak problems (cooling and hydraulic) due to loose connections were a problem at the beginning. I also had a propriety hydraulic hose fail because it was faulty at the union between the hose and the nipple.
I have used the machine primarily to grade 2 miles of private road. I pull a 1300 pound land plane to grade and the Mahindra performs terrifically. Most times I do not need four wheel drive.
I love the Mahindra and had a Yanmar previously which I blew up after 18 years of road grading. The Mahindra is a well built, heavy duty machine that should be assembled better. In my opinion, it is higher quality than the other tractors in its class.