Bobcat Releases New Zero-Turn Mower Line
Bobcat Brings Tough Mower Line to Turf Management
We knew that Bobcat had plans to expand their turf management portfolio, and it looks like that plan has begun to take real, tangible shape. Bobcat has unveiled an all-new lineup of zero-turn mowers designed to build on the company’s reputation for toughness and performance.
Bobcat Zero-Turn Mowers• 21-machine lineup includes sit-on and stand-on mowers
• Manufactured in Wisconsin, with distribution in the US and Canada
• Wide variety of cutting deck, engine, horsepower, and fuel capacity options
• AirFX Bullnose Cutting System
• High-performance Kawasaki and Briggs & Stratton Vanguard engines
• Hydro-Gear transmissions
• High-capacity fuel tanks
• Ergonomic design
• Extended warranties available
Bobcats in the Wild
For a burgeoning product line, Bobcat has come out of the gate pretty hot with a 21-machine lineup. It includes both stand-on and sit-on models, all of which focus on bringing professional results to both the commercial and residential markets.
The Bobcat Zero-Turn Mowers will offer a range of engine, horsepower, cutting deck, and fuel capacity options to let you pick a mower that best suits your application.
So, what does the Bobcat zero-turn mower line bring to the table that going to provide that professional edge you’d expect?
Bobcat mowers aim to improve the quality of your cut with an expertly-designed deck. The cutting decks offer even clipping dispersal and a clean design. Available on select models, Bobcat has included the Bullnose AirFX Cutting System, which creates a powerful vacuum to lift the grass to the blade. You’re left with a uniform cut and pristine finish.
The Bobcat Zero-Turn Mowers offer customers the option of a high-performance Kawasaki or Briggs & Stratton Vanguard engine.
Heavy-duty Hydro-Gear transmissions let you take on the most challenging turf conditions. Hydrostatic transaxles power through just about anything, while the pump and motor design adds durability while reducing maintenance.
Bobcat has also focused on bigger fuel tanks, as fewer refills on the job equals more productive mowing. The residential Bobcat mower models have roto-molded and impact-resistant 3.8-gallon fuel tanks. The commercial lineup features dual roto-molded tanks that hold up to 15 gallons of fuel.
The Bobcat Zero-Turn Mowers also focus on user comfort with an ergonomic design. The controls, pedals, and gauges are laid out intuitively for easy use. The mowers feature highback suspension seats, antivibration footplates, and responsive controls to make your job that much more manageable.
For maintenance, Bobcat has included a swing-away bumper to give you easy access to internal components, making tune-ups more efficient.
The Bobcat Zero-Turn Mowers come with a 36-month bumper-to-bumper warranty that covers everything for up to 2000 hours. That can be extended with the Bobcat Protection Plus Extended Warranty, which brings warranty coverage to up to 60 months or 2,500 hours.
Bobcat also has a stable of parts and accessories available for the new zero-turn mowers. Some of the available options are:
- Mulching Baffle Kit
- ECO Plate
- Grass Catcher: Poly-Dump, 3.75 or 5.0 bushel
- Weight Kit
- BOSS-Vac Pro 12-bushel Collection System
- BOSS- Vac 8-bushel Collection System
- Deck Striping Kit
- ZT Hitch Kit
- No-Flat Caster Wheel Options
- Magnetic Light Kit, 12V
- Light Kit, Footplate
- ROPS Kit
- Canopy Kit
Where Can I Get My New Bobcat?
Bobcat zero-turn mowers will be manufactured in Johnson Creek, Wisconsin. You’ll be able to find them at select Bobcat dealerships across the US and in parts of Canada.
To learn more about the Bobcat Zero-Turn Mowers, including dealership locations, specs sheets, and pricing, click here .