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    Default ZG20 Pricing

    I have been researching a zero turn mower for a couple of months now. I've collected data on about 50 models and this kubota is on the top of my list. I have two and a quarter acres of lawn to mow and it takes about 2 hours with my Simplicity Broadmoor. I am looking for the time savings even if the cut quality (stripping) is slightly reduced. I read on post where it was claimed that they get the stripe effect even with out a roller. Any truth to that?
    I realize that this machine might be a little overkill, but it seems like the build quality of the ZG20 would make it the last machine I would ever need to buy.

    I have received prices from 5749 form a dealer 8 hours away to 6800 from a local guy. It seems like a **** of a gap to me.

    Any help/comments would be appreciated.
    Thanks

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    Default Re: ZG20 Pricing

    The cost of these machines has gone up in recent years. Your $5749 is below my cost right now, it must be an old inventory machine that someone is paying interest on.

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    I too was looking at the ZG20 and got the same prices that included the $300 rebate if you buy with cash. I can't find many that own this zero though.

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    Default Re: ZG20 Pricing

    I see Carver has one for $5749... is that where you got a price from?

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    Default Re: ZG20 Pricing

    Does kubota run the zero financing and/or rebates every year or is this something new? I realize that the current deals run out 3/31.

    What is the best time of year to make a purchase like this?

    That was Carver.

    Thanks

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    Veteran Member DmansPadge's Avatar
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    Default Re: ZG20 Pricing

    Quote Originally Posted by Barrybud
    Does kubota run the zero financing and/or rebates every year or is this something new? I realize that the current deals run out 3/31.
    It seems like everytime one of the offers runs out... another similar one follows. It is hard to pass up zero % for 2 or 3 years... but it wouldn't surprise me to see something close to that next.

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    Default Re: ZG20 Pricing

    I bought a ZG20 last april from a kubota dealer I consider a good friend. Paid $5800. A year later Your price is a REAL GOOD DEAL!!! I have no regrets about this machine. We mow 2 acres around the house, + 3-4 rental properties on city lots. Cuts great, no problems. Not running it 8 hrs. a day 5 days a week like a commerical yard guy, I just could not justify $3500-$4000 more for a diesel.
    Jack
    It's a TOOL! Need has NOTHING to do with it.

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    Default Re: ZG20 Pricing

    my first real mow with mt zd326 left a real good pattern, didnt look like a golf corse but it did look very good. i duno if the gaser has the same 60" deck or not but if it does they do a real nice job

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