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Bobcat adds to its zero-turn mower lineup

Bobcat's new ZT5000 boasts a 23.5 horsepower engine and ground speeds of up to 11 miles per hour. (Photo: Bobcat)
Bobcat's new ZT5000 boasts a 23.5 horsepower engine and ground speeds of up to 11 miles per hour. (Photo: Bobcat)
Bobcat's new ZT5000 boasts a 23.5 horsepower engine and ground speeds of up to 11 miles per hour. (Photo: Bobcat)
Bobcat’s new ZT5000 boasts a 23.5 horsepower engine and ground speeds of up to 11 miles per hour. (Photo: Bobcat)

Bobcat added to its zero-turn lineup with the launch of the ZT5000.

“Everything about the Bobcat ZT5000 is designed to cover more turf area at productive speeds while leaving behind a high-quality cut,” Ron Scheffler, senior project manager for Bobcat said. “Features throughout the ZT5000 support increased mowing productivity, including the dual fuel tanks, tool-free deck access for quick-and-easy cleaning and the comfortable operator’s station with a high-back suspension seat and ergonomic controls.”

The ZT5000 features a 23.5-horsepower Kawasaki engine and ground speeds up to 11 mph. Its Hydro-Gear ZT-3800 hydrostatic transaxles deliver smooth and steady power for precise operator control.

The ZT5000 is equipped with an AirFX cutting system with a deep-deck design and air-gap baffles that increase vacuum. Its construction includes steel-fabricated spindles. The ZT5000 is available with two cutting deck sizes: a 52-inch or 61-inch deck.

Other key features of the ZT5000 include:

  • 24-inch drive tires.
  • Heavy-duty, tubed-steel frame.
  • Conveniently located tie-down points.
  • Dual fuel tanks with 7.8 gallons of total capacity.
  • Ergonomic controls for greater operator comfort and reduced fatigue.
  • Tool-free oil drain for quick and easy oil changes.
  • Optional features include a grass-collection system, laser-edge blades, grass-striping kit, mulching kit and light kit.
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