Jacobsen launches mower, UTV line

September 3, 2015 -  By
Jacobsen RZT ride-on zero-turn mower

Jacobsen RZT ride-on zero-turn mower

Jacobsen, a Textron company, launched a new line of commercial-grade mowers and utility vehicles, including three lines of zero-turn mowers and six different models of utility vehicles.

“One of our main goals with the launch of these exciting new products was to offer a wide range of options that satisfy many different categories of customer needs,” said Bryan Holby, product manager for Jacobsen. “The new mowers and utility vehicles offer a myriad of options in features, benefits and pricing that will appeal to everyone from large fleet owners to one-truck-and-trailer operations.”

The flagship of the Professional Series is the RZT line of ride-on zero-turn mowers, the company said. The RZT mows up to 5.3 acres per hour with the option of a 25- or 27-hp Kawasaki FX engine or a fuel-efficient, 27-hp Kohler EFI engine.

Additionally, Jacobsen’s SZT stand-on mower features a 26-hp Vanguard engine and two different deck sizes. The WZT walk-behind mower rounds out the new mower series. The WZT features an 18-hp Briggs & Stratton engine and single or dual-drive drivetrain options.

The gas-powered Truckster MS/MX leads Jacobsen’s new utility vehicles and features a capacity of 1,200 lbs. and a top speed of 17 mph. An available linked suspension on the MX model allows it to handle rough terrain with ease, according to Jacobsen.

Designed to be a quiet, electric option, the Truckster MS-E/MX-E is powered with a 72-v electric drivetrain and an impressive capacity of up to 1,000 lbs. The gas-powered Truckster LS/LX offers an 800-pound capacity and a polyethylene bed.

Photo: Jacobsen

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