$23,690 or $291/mo
$28,810 or $353/mo
$30,990 or $380/mo
Rental Returns are tractors that we purchase and place in our Rental Fleet. We rent them to farmers to help with their harvest operations. They start out in the Spring with the cherry harvest, then peaches and pears in the Summer, and finish the season in the Fall with the Napa and Sonoma Valley grape harvest. They do light work pulling harvest bin trailers so you can be assured they are in excellent condition when the harvest is complete and they are ready to be sold.
Probably one of the biggest factors that draws people to our rental return fleet is cost, and understandably so. Equipment isn’t cheap, especially if you are looking at buying a new tractor. But they can be affordable, which is the case with these tractors. When we are pricing these tractors, we subtract the rent we are paid from the overall cost of the tractor so they are priced to go. It’s time for us to add new ones to our rental fleet and we are ready to get them off our lots and onto your property.
Buying used equipment can be a little tricky because you aren’t sure if you are actually getting as good of a piece of equipment as they say you are. That’s not the case with our rental returns though. All of the tractors from our rental return have low hours, have been regularly serviced and we have performed any maintenance that needed to be done. The Factory Warranty is fully transferable and while the warranty started when we placed the tractors into our Rental Fleet, the remaining balance of the 2 Year / 2,000 Hours warranty and 6 Year / 2,000 Hour Powertrain Warranty comes with any Rental Return tractor we sell. We are open to answering any questions you may have. Buying used tractors can be tricky and we are here to make sure you have the information you need to make the best decision.
One of the main drawbacks of buying new equipment is knowing that as soon as you take it off the lot, it loses some of its resale value. But that’s not always the case when you buy Rental Return tractors. Of course, as the tractor gets older and has more hours on it, it’ll usually lose a little bit of resale value but not nearly as much as when you buy a tractor fresh from the factory.
Our rental return fleet is sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. To see what is available, contact us below. If we don’t have anything available right now, we can let you know when we plan on listing more and you can put your name down for one.