Conducting evaluations according to various criteria during decision making can be accomplished using special multicriteria decision-making methods (MCDM). MCDM comprise approaches and techniques that attempt to reach the “most appropriate” solution that meets more than one conflicting criterion. Multicriteria decision analysis has been used in a wide variety of fields, such as energy management, environmental planning, public services, healthcare, transportation, logistics, marketing, human resources management, and finance. There are also studies within the field of agriculture and during the selection of farm equipment, such as tractors; however, not in sufficient quantity. Making decisions using MCDM on agricultural issues will provide better information to farmers to help them make informed buying decisions. The aim of the present study was to choose the most suitable tractor based on the factors and criteria that farmers consider during tractor selection using MCDM. For this, two MCDM were used—technique for order preference by similarity to ideal solution (TOPSIS) and weighted aggregated sum product assessment (WASPAS). Interviews were conducted with farmers and sales personnel to determine and evaluate the criteria, and the methods were implemented and ranking was determined based on the data received.