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New Massey Ferguson MF 275 on offer sale in Kenya

New Massey Ferguson MF 275 on offer sale in Kenya

If you have ever wanted to buy a genuine new Massey Ferguson Tractor, then the time is now because FMD East Africa has a crazy offer price for MF 275 in the Kenyan market starting from 15th October to 30th October 2020. The second reason for you to order and buy the MF 275 ASAP is because the offer is limited, with only ten units on offer.

The MF 275 tractor model that is on offer is the two-wheeled and comes with a 3-disc plow and a 12 months manufacturers’ warranty of unlimited hours. In addition to the attractive warranty, FMD East Africa is offering free delivery to all parts of Kenya and free registration.

The offer price of the MF 275 in Kenya is Ksh 2.75 million which is inclusive of VAT on the disc plow.

According to the announcement on FMD’s official Facebook page, farmers can easily identify a genuine Massey Ferguson MF 275 tractor by verifying whether it has an AGCO Decal Plate that displays the tractors serial number.

If you feel that this offer is for you, feel free to contact FMD East Africa using the following contacts:

Nakuru: 0722 205538,

Nairobi: 0732 151000,

Eldoret: 0727 509018,


If you happen to read this post after the offer period has expired, do not worry because the MF 275 price at FMD has never been unaffordable. Contact them anytime and see what they have to offer.

Generally, the Massey Ferguson MF 275 model has the following features nd benefits:

  • 75 hp, 2 and 4-wheel drive versions
  • Powerful, high torque engines  
  • Efficient Centre Shift Transmissions with logical and progressive gear sequence  
  • Simple PTO System provides excellent power transfer  
  • Efficient, easy-to-operate Ferguson 3-point linkage system  
  • Powerful external hydraulic system  
  • Large comfortable operator area, Simple well-positioned mechanical controls  
  • Easy access for servicing and maintenance  


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