Updates From Exmark: Quest Zero-Turn Mowers
Exmark has updated its Quest family of premium residential zero-turn riding mowers for 2021, the updates to the new Quest machines leverage technologies originally developed for the company’s Lazer Z family of commercial zero-turn mowers.
New cutting decks offer improved clipping discharge, for a cleaner, more consistent finish cut quality; in addition, the new cutting decks offer improved bagging when used with Exmark’s available bagger accessory, as well as easier installation of the available mulch kit. 42-, 50- and 54-in. cutting decks feature tools-free belt shields for easier maintenance access.
Exmark offers the 2021 Quest in two series. The Quest E-Series is available with a choice of 42- or 50-in. Series 2 cutting decks. A new deck lift system provides positive retention and increased stability. All Quest E-Series models are powered by the Kohler 7000 Series KT725 air-cooled V-twin engine, with pressurized lubrication for long engine life.
The upgraded Quest S-Series is available with a 54-in. Series 2 cutting deck has an upgraded commercial-style four-point, foot-operated deck lift, for maximum deck stability in tough cutting conditions. Powered by the Exmark 708cc V-Twin engine; other features include a dual-barrel carburetor, pressurized lubrication and an innovative quick drain system for easy, tools-free oil changes.
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