People who have used John Deere lawn equipment may know the reliability and efficiency that these machines are known for, but there has been an increased need in the market for mowers that are capable of performing land management tasks in less time.
This is why, according to The Wall Street Journal, the company released its new Z665 ZTrak zero-turning-radius mower, which can hit speeds of nine miles per hour and also boast a massive 60-inch mower deck.
The model allows users to complete tasks in less time, as the mower covers more cutting area, moves at higher speeds and turns on a dime in order to provide homeowners with a machine that can easily maneuver around their yard.
"Now they’ve gotten the engineering to where you can do it faster," an industry executive told the Journal. "That means more time for homeowners. And for landscapers, time is money."
According to the company's website, the vehicle also allows the user to move at quicker speeds with increased traction due to its wide rear tires and commercial-grade transmissions.
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