Bobcat introduces new zero-turn mowers

Bobcat introduces new zero-turn mowers

Five new mower platforms feature key innovations to help customers enhance productivity and profitability.

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September 15, 2020

Bobcat Company is introducing an extensive 21-machine zero-turn mower lineup that includes both sit-on and stand-on mowers, allowing the company to expand its established presence in the landscape industry and grow in the turf and lawncare markets.

“We have an opportunity to bring high-performance, high-quality equipment that Bobcat is known for to the world of turf with zero-turn mowers,” senior product manager Ron Scheffler said. “Our customers in commercial landscaping already know Bobcat equipment, now they can round out their fleet with Bobcat zero-turn mowers. And because we know that residential turf customers are just as enthusiastic, introducing mowers is an opportunity to welcome a new audience.”

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, Wisconsin. They will be distributed through select Bobcat 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, including the AirFX cutting system, available on the new ZS4000 through ZT7000 mowers, heavy-duty Hydro-Gear transmission, and high-performance Kawasaki or Briggs & Stratton Vanguard engines.