Lastec debuts large zero-turn

By |  March 17, 2020 0 Comments

Lastec's new WZ1000 zero turn mower can cover up to 8.73 acres an hour, according to the company. (Photo: Lastec)

Lastec’s new WZ1000 zero-turn mower can cover up to 8.73 acres an hour, according to the company. (Photo: Lastec)

Lastec introduces the company’s proclaimed world’s biggest zero-turn mower with the new WZ1000 flex deck commercial mower. Starting at $48,900 USD, the WZ1000 can cover up to 8.73 acres an hour.

The mower features a 120-inch cutting width and five 25-inch flex decks.

Lastec says the WZ1000 cuts with the accuracy of five small push mowers at the speed and production of a zero-turn, wide-area mower. The WZ1000 includes five independently flexing decks with up to 24 degrees of total up/down motion.

Powered by a 49HP Tier 4 diesel engine, the WZ1000 features quick-lift electric decks for easy transport or storage, tool-free deck height and 17-gallon fuel capacity. The mower also comes equipped with Lastec’s patented belt-driven decks.

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