Cub Cadet has launched the XZ range of zero-turn riders as part of its Enduro Series.
The company’s 360° turning technology lets users mow around obstacles with incredible confidence, making every mowing manoeuvre more efficient. All models within the range feature four-wheel steering, with the XZ2 and XZ3 models combining zeroturn capability with the ease of steering wheel control.
The XZ1 models, of which there are three, with a choice of cutting widths of 107, 127 or 137cm, offer precise performance with lap bar technology. These machines are built with a reinforced steel chassis and heavy-duty fabricated front axles.
The three XZ2 models feature Cub Cadet Syncro-Steer Technology which comprises steering wheel control and four-wheel steering.
All XZ2 models feature highpowered Kawasaki OHV V-Twin engines and dual hydrostatic transmissions. The floating cutting deck, available with cutting width options of 107, 117 or 127cm, follows the contours of the ground for superior cutting and more uniform look. Although the XZ2s are mulchers, collection is also an option with a 200-litre twin bag.
The XZ3 122 is the most robust, heaviest gauge ride-on, with a fabricated cutting deck, engineered for unsurpassed airflow, blade overlap, and quality of cut. The XZ3 122 has a 122cm deck, with the versatility to mow around fences and trees, with the centrally mounted deck maximising mowing accuracy in corners and under low obstacles. This model has more cutting height levels than any other in the range, with a cutting height of between 25 to 102mm. It also benefits from duel hydrostatic transmission, low centre of gravity and a wide wheelbase.
Powered by a Kawasaki engine, the operator sits in comfort on a high-backed, padded seat with supportive armrests and an adjustable steering column.