Its a 25 hp, 3 cylinder diesel, 4wd, made in China, costing about $11,000.00 here. Now at 56 actual hours of operating time. So far one broken shift lever on the high/low transfer case; the about 6mm or so lever has broke from the shaft collar via a MIG weld, much too inadequate compared to an arc weld. Second problem is the throwout bearing is singing, the China craftsmen do not have metal hardening sciences correct yet. We are light years ahead of their methods. Engineering and design are better than expected, there are some innovations we could learn from. Also there is a separating chain link on the three point anti sway links, again a MIG weld where an arc weld is needed. Over all power, not adequate, as is anything less that 20 tons and 1,000 hp! Hydraulics are not strong, no gages here to check the blow off pressure settings. The front end bucket is Koyker brand, new to me, adequate for loose material such as manure, sand, or gravel but not something I would want to dig stumps with. Maybe it would do well working a bush hog for continuous mowing, but is not comfortable in a stop and go situation. The 3 point lift lever is constantly digging into my right thigh, this will be corrected as soon as I get another tank of oxygen for my torch so I can warm that puppy up enough to change its shape. I would not buy this brand if Kubota or similar were available.