New zero-turn mower enters the market

Published:  10 July, 2019

Ariens has launched its’ latest zero-turn mower, called the Zenith 60.

Powered by the Kawasaki FX730V 726cc engine, the Zenith has a forward speed of 8.5mph (13.7kph) for fast mowing.

Cutting the grass at speed combined with manoeuvrability gets through the job faster, without compromising a quality finish. Easy steering levers are all the operator needs to drive, brake, steer and spin on the spot. Negotiating around objects has never been easier. At the end of the mowing row the machine can 180º, thus saving more time and without mowing over already cut grass.

The Zenith’s large 152cm (60”) cutting deck makes another contribution to greater productivity. Built with 10-gauge steel, it's 14cm (5.5”) depth provides optimal airflow in all mowing conditions. The foot-operated deck lift system provides effortless adjustments between 15 cutting positions in 6.35mm (¼”) increments with a vertical pin selection. The Constant Belt Tension System ensures the correct tension, minimising wear and heat while providing enhanced belt life with minimal adjustments. The Zenith features an industry-leading frame design with large tubular frame rails as a backbone to support the machine loads. The frame is fitted with a Rollover Protection System (ROPS) as standard.

To keep the operator comfortable through the day the high-backed, ergonomically designed, padded seat not only reduces user fatigue, but it also helps to absorb the impact on uneven surfaces. The Zenith 60 comes with a two-year commercial warranty or three-year residential warranty.

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