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New zero-turns, including first-time stand-ons, offer comfort, reliability

November 23, 2022  By Turf & Rec

KIOTI Tractors has expanded its lineup of zero-turn-radius (ZTR) mowers with the addition of five new models, including the company’s first-ever stand-on ZTR.

The additions were designed to provide operators reliable performance without sacrificing comfort. The new models maximize uptime and serviceability, while still providing the comfort and ergonomics operators seek for all-day use.

Launched in the summer, the ZXS Series includes two stand-on models that feature a comfortable ride and reliable performance. Expanding KIOTI’s seated ZTR offerings, three new additions to the company’s ZXC Series cut through the toughest turf with premium commercial-grade features. All five models featured 24-horsepower Kawasaki engines combined with Hydro-Gear transmissions for reliable performance.

Designed with precision in mind and built to tackle tough obstacles, the ZXS Series is KIOTI’s debut line of stand-on ZTR movers and includes two models: the ZXS48 and ZXS54. Customers can choose from 48- or 54-inch fabricated, reinforced steel decks with standard notch blades and adjustable drive levels. Other features include tool-less removal of the plush operator pad to reveal ample space and easy access to all serviceable components, including transaxles, drive belt, battery and fuses for effortless maintenance.


Joining KIOTI’s ZXC Series are three seated models: the ZXC48 LT, ZXC54 LT and ZXC60 LT. The premium commercial-grade mowers feature a large 12.5-gallon fuel capacity, requiring less frequent refueling and allowance for more uptime on the job. All ZXC models accommodate users of all statures with adjustable seats and drive lever positioning, providing a precise and responsive driving experience with optimized control connections and finely tuned linkages. Operators can choose from 48-, 54- or 60-inch mower decks, each with a fabricated, reinforced 10-gauge steel deck and standard notch blades to cut through the toughest turf.



This article is part of the Equipment Week.

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