Bobcat Zero-Turn Mowers

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New From Bobcat: Zero-Turn Mowers

As the global leader in compact equipment, Bobcat Co. has built its reputation on performance, versatility and toughness. Now, it’s bringing the same legacy to the turf market with the all-new lineup of Bobcat zero-turn mowers. With an extensive 21-machine lineup that includes both zero-turn (ZT) sit-on and zero-turn stand-on mowers (ZS), Bobcat mowers are built to give both commercial and residential customers a professional edge to help them work harder. The addition of mowers allows Bobcat to expand upon its established presence in the landscape industry and capture additional opportunities in the turf and lawncare markets.

The new zero-turn mowers join compact track loaders, compact excavators, skid-steer loaders, compact tractors, utility products, small articulated loaders and mini track loaders in the bundle of Bobcat products focused on helping customers accomplish more in landscaping, grounds maintenance and turf applications.

Bobcat zero-turn mowers will be manufactured in Johnson Creek, Wis. and will be distributed through dealerships in the U.S. and parts of Canada.

The new zero-turn mowers are packed with innovative elements that help give customers a professional edge, with solid engineering to last longer and work harder. From tough and expertly-designed mower decks to even clipping dispersal and remarkable deck cleanliness, the new zero-turn mowers are engineered with the final results in mind. Seven mowers round out the line to meet both residential and commercial cutter needs, varying in engine, horsepower, deck width and fuel capacity.

Available on models ZS4000 through ZT7000, the AirFX cutting system with a deep profile and bullnose design lift the grass to the blade, and creates a powerful vacuum for a razor-sharp, uniform cut and pristine finish.

The new Bobcat zero-turn mowers come with a powerful, high performance Kawasaki or Briggs & Stratton Vanguard engine. With the heavy-duty Hydro-Gear transmission features hydrostatic transaxles to quickly and efficiently power through the most challenging turf conditions. The pump and motor are housed together in a single sealed housing for better durability and reduced maintenance.

Fewer refills on the job means more productive mowing for customers. The residential zero-turn models—ZT2000 and ZT3000—have a rugged, roto-molded and impact-resistant fuel tank which holds up to 3.8 gal. Customers will also appreciate rugged, roto-molded dual fuel tanks on the commercial models—ZT3500 through ZT7000 – which hold up to 15 gal.

The new zero-turn mowers come with a 36-month warranty that covers everything—bumper to bumper—for up to 2,000 hours. With the Bobcat Protection Plus extended warranty, customers can get extended warranty options up to 60 months or up to 2,500 hours.

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