Each new unit complements Exmark’s industry-leading line-up of professional-grade mowers.
BEATRICE, Neb. — Exmark, a leading manufacturer of commercial-grade mowers, is introducing several new units at this year’s GIE+EXPO. Each complements Exmark’s industry-leading line-up of professional-grade mowers. The additions are a 36” Vantage™ unit and several new units with an Electronic Fuel Injected (EFI) engine.
The new Vantage adds a 36” UltraCut™ cutting deck option to the line’s existing 48” and 52” decks. The Vantage series is powered by 18, 20 or 24* hp Kawasaki® V Twin, and 25 hp Kohler® EFI engines, and its ergonomically designed steering system includes an adjustable front reference bar to control the mower’s top-end speed. A large stand-on platform and self-compensating suspension make standing easier for professional contractors. And Turf Master® drive tires provide optimum traction while tough 1.5” x 3.0” steel-frame blades ensure maximum durability.
This year, Exmark is also introducing a new line of units with EFI engines. New units now available with an EFI option are the TurfTracer® X Series, Lazer Z® S Series, the Vantage and the Navigator®. In addition, Exmark will continue to carry the EFI option on the Lazer Z® X Series.
The TurfTracer X Series will have a 21 hp Kohler EFI engine, the Navigator will have a 27 hp Kohler EFI engine, Lazer Z S Series will have both a 25 and 29 hp Kohler EFI engine, and the Lazer Z X Series will have a 29 hp Kohler EFI engine.
This entire fleet of EFI units feature a state-of-the-art Kohler Command PRO EFI engine, which is the industry’s first closed loop fuel injection system. These new engines allow the units to consume up to 25 percent less fuel than a standard carburetor-powered mower for savings that really add up over time.
For more information visit the Exmark Manufacturing booth at GIE+EXPO, indoor booth number 7094 and outdoor booth number 7444 D. In addition, stop by the Exmark press conference, Thursday October 28 at 3:00 p.m. EST for a look at what’s next for Exmark in 2011.