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Zero Turn Mowers

The Zero Turn Lawn Mower (ZTR) is preferred by many due to their blistering fast top speeds and tight turning radius. This combination of speed and maneuverability make zero turn mower a great choice for those with large lawns and/or lawn obstacles such as yard posts, bird feeders, trees, etc. All zero turn mowers, however, are not created equal. With varying degrees of horsepower, deck widths, and special features, zero turns are generally broken into four categories.

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Entry-Level Zero Turn Mowers
Ideal for the weekend gardener who wants the features of a zero turn mower without the hefty pro-grade price tag. Though entry-level ZTR’s are constructed using lighter-duty components and smaller engines not intended for daily use, they are dependable and a safe option for beginners or homeowners simply looking to cut their mow time in half (compared to a traditional riding lawn tractor).

Mid-Grade Zero Turn Mowers
A step up from the entry-level zero turn, mid-grade zero turn mowers are more robust with heavier-duty transmissions, larger engines, and thicker gauge steel frames for added durability. Mid-grade zero turn mowers are also available in larger deck sizes and feature larger fuel tanks than consumer-grade models, which is perfect for those with larger than average lawns.

Semi-Pro Zero Turn Mowers
Semi-pro or “Pro-sumer” zero turn lawn mowers are a popular choice for large-sized property owners along with landscaping professionals on a budget. Single-piece steel frames, rugged transmissions, and powerful engines capable of top speeds up to 8MPH provide the strength and durability you need to make short work of huge jobs.

Commercial-Grade Zero Turn Mowers
For the professional landscaper who’s ZTR is their workhorse, check out our line-up of commercial-grade zero turn lawn mowers. Overbuilt to over-deliver, the commercial-grade zero turn will work just as hard as you do. Day in and day out. High-performance engines, suspension systems, and best in-class mowing decks making the commercial-grade zero turn the fastest, smoothest, and most precise mowers on the market.

Lastly, if you like the idea of a zero turn, but don’t like the idea of maneuvering around with steering levers, you may want to consider a Steering Wheel Operated Zero Turn. Still not sure which zero turn is right for you? Check out our Zero Turn Mower Buyer’s Guide and Top-Rated Zero Turn Mowers List to find the zero turn lawn mower of your dreams!