Altoz tracked mowers Zero Turn Mower Reviews

New Altoz Tracked Mowers Join The TRX Lineup

If you’ve ever pictured yourself rolling around rough terrain on a pair of tank-like caterpiller tracks, Altoz can make that dream a reality. As a matter of fact, we had the opportunity to get down and dirty with the pinnacle of Altoz’s lawn mowing achievements with the TRX 660i ZTR last year, and it was awesome. We rolled through swamps, mowed over saplings, destroyed palmetto bushes. A good time was truly had by all who got to ride around on it. The only problem we had revolved around the fact that we aren’t independently wealthy, and that mower runs carries a Pro-level price tag to go along with its Pro-level performance. Well, the word is that we can expect a couple new, less-expensive Altoz tracked mowers to join the TRX lineup.


What Altoz Has To Say About It

“The amount of interest Altoz received with the original TRX launch in 2016 was incredible. The concept of a tracked zero-turn mower resonated with so many people across the world that we wanted to expand the line and offer different size and price point options.”

-Dennis Brazier, Altoz CEO/Owner

New Altoz Tracked Mowers

Altoz tracked mowersSo, what with the original TRX line being all the rage, Altoz decided to make a couple models, the TRX 561 and the TRX 354, that could power through harsh conditions at a more accessible price point. These new mowers feature that same patent-pending, rear-mounted track system that makes tackling slopes, retention ponds, low lands, shore land, and rough terrain a painless affair.

Altoz created the TRX 354 with the multi-acre homeowner in mind. Meanwhile, the TRX 561 has the sort of power and feature set that caters more to the lawn care Pro. Both models provide maximum traction and stability with minimal earth compaction and ground disturbance. They both also come with the finish cut Aero Deck; it has adjustable baffles and multiple blade options.Altoz tracked mowers

Other features include a 12-way adjustable suspension seat with lumbar support and armrests, new engine options, and graphic/paint combinations. Accessory options are also available for both Altoz tracked mowers. Buyers can choose between options like collection systems, a chute shutoff, a lawn striping kit, hitches, mulch kits and discharge covers. The TRX 354 can come with independent front suspension, whilke the TRX 561 can come with a power deck lift kit.

Best of all, unlike the TRX 660i that started at around $18,000, these new Altoz tracked mowers start around $12,999.


Altoz Tracked Mowers Features

Altoz tracked mowersTRX 354 Design Features

  • Kawasaki FX 27 hp Engine
  • Rear Torsion Suspension
  • 54” Finish Cut Aero Deck System with Adjustable Baffles
  • Height-of-Cut/Increment: 2.25 to 5.0 inch /.25 inch increments
  • Hydro-Gear ZT-3400 Transmission
  • 11-inch Wide Track
  • Flat-Free Tires
  • 10-Gallon Fuel Capacity
  • 12-Way Adjustable High-Back Seat with Suspension
  • 200 ft-lb Clutch
  • Accessories: collection system, discharge cover, lawn striping kit, light kit, mulch kit, rear receiver hitch, standard hitch, independent front suspension, cutting blade options

Altoz tracked mowersTRX 561 Design Features

  • Kawasaki FX 31 hp Engine
  • TorqFlex Front Suspension and Rear Torsional Suspension
  • 61” finish cut Aero Deck System with Adjustable Baffles
  • Height-of-Cut/Increment: 2.5 to 6.0 inch /.25 inch increments
  • Hydro-Gear ZT-4400 Transmission
  • 11-inch Wide Track
  • 14-Gallon Fuel Capacity
  • Flat-Free Tires
  • 12-Way Adjustable High-Back Seat with Suspension
  • 250 ft-lb Clutch
  • Accessories: collection system, collection system with dump box, power deck lift, rear deck wheel kit, rear receiver hitch, standard hitch, front receiver hitch, lawn striping kit, discharge cover, light kit, mulch kit, cutting blade options

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