Lastec unveils largest zero turn mower

Lastec unveils largest zero turn mower

The WZ1000 features a 10-foot cutting width and is still as accurate as five small push mowers.


Lastec recently introduced its WZ1000 flex deck commercial zero turn mower, the world’s biggest zero turn mower.

The WZ1000 is built in the United States and starts at $48,900. It provides coverage of up to 8.73 acres per hour to fit the wide area production needs of golf courses, sports fields, lawn care professionals and commercial landscapers.

Featuring a 120-inch cutting width, five 25-inch flex decks, and zero turn maneuverability, the WZ1000 cuts with the accuracy of five small push mowers at the speed and production of a zero turn wide area mower. It includes five independently flexing decks with up to 24 degrees of total up/down motion for a higher level of cut quality in even the most challenging contours and valleys. It also includes a 49 hp turbo-charged Tier 4 diesel engine, quick-lift electric decks for easy transport or storage, tool-free deck height adjustment for quick on-site height changes, and 17-gallon fuel capacity for less fueling downtime. 

“Lastec is committed to providing commercial landscapers, municipalities, and golf courses with high-quality, American-made turf equipment,” the company’s U.S. sales director Ryan Cheek said.

It is now available to order.