SEL has a healthy balance sheet with cash surplus of ~| 162 crore as of FY19. The company continues to be operationally efficient with a negative working capital cycle. It has consistently given high dividend payouts (~75%) and at CMP provides a healthy dividend yield of ~4.6%. Going ahead, however, accounting for tractor industry slowdown, the company’sbusiness is also expected to face headwinds. Accounting for the same, we have revised our estimates. We expect SEL to clock a 7.4% decline in sales volume in FY20E to 92,284 units (95,053 units in FY21E). Topline, EBITDA and PAT are expected to de-grow 2.2%, 1.5% and 5.5% CAGR, respectively, in FY19-21E. Thus, we downgrade our rating to REDUCE and value SEL at Rs 915 i.e. 15x P/E on FY21E EPS of Rs 60.8.