Jacobsen unveils two zero-turn mowers


Jacobsen, a Textron Specialized Vehicles company, launched the ZT900 and ZT1000 zero-turn mowers. The models are an extension of the Z series, which launched the ZT400 and ZT600.

“We are very excited to introduce these two new additions to the Jacobsen zero-turn series,” said Rachel Thompson, vice president of Turf at Textron Specialized Vehicles. “Quality, reliability, and productivity are central to everything we design and manufacture at Textron Specialized Vehicles, and these new products are no exception. We are delighted to offer customers some fantastic new features which will increase speed and efficiency while providing an incredibly smooth and comfortable driving experience.”

The ZT900 models are available with a 27-hp Kawasaki engine or a Kohler engine. They also feature a 54- or 60-inch width of cut and can reach ground speeds of up to 12 mph. Both models also feature Parker transmissions, built to be more compact, quiet and 15 percent more efficient.

The ZT1000 comes equipped with either a 35-hp Kawasaki engine or a 33-hp Kohler engine. The models are available with a 60-, 66- or 72-inch width of cut and reach ground speeds of up to 14 mph. The ZT1000 also has comfort features like the ISO-mounted platform suspension seat as standard with padded armrests, reclining ability and lumbar support.

The ZT900 and ZT1000 feature the InCommand console system with keyless password protected ignition and SoftStart clutch, designed for smoother clutch engagement.

On the maintenance side, the mowers offer 1,000-hour oil and filter change intervals on the whole range of ZT mowers from Jacobsen. 

Photo: Jacobsen

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