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Greenworks launches new mowers

November 9, 2021


Greenworks recently debuted three zero-turn mowers. (Photo: Greenworks)

Greenworks recently debuted three zero-turn mowers. (Photo: Greenworks)

Greenworks Commercial debuted three new commercial mowers and three new zero-turn mowers at the recent GIE+EXPO.

Greenworks Commercial debuted three new 82-volt zero-turn mowers. Two ride-on sizes — 60 inch (model CZ60R) and 52 inch (model CZ52R) — feature a three-blade direct drive mowing deck with 18 available cutting heights ranging from 1 to 5.5 inches. Foot pedal deck lift allows quick adjustment of the cutting height, and ETO front power port offers added versatility of front hitch power accessories.

Also available is a 48-inch stand-on zero-turn mower. The CZ48S features 20-inch rear tires for faster forward speed and more comfortable ride.

All three mowers come with 16 kWh battery power that can cut up 14 acres in one charge. Rest easy with a five-year or 2,000-hour warranty.

Greenworks also debuted the BAG3BINZ Pro 3, a three-bin bagger, and the BAGDFSZ Pro 12 DFS, a dump-from-seat collection system. With a 15 cubic feet capacity and 12 cubic feet capacity, respectively, these lightweight add-ons are easy to install and designed to maximize capacity.

Finally, Greenworks Commercial introduces new 82-volt crossover vehicles available in zero-turn (CRZ428) or tractor (CRT428) models. Three cutting modes support side discharge, mulching or bagging.

Both models feature a max speed of 8 MPH, bucket capacity of 200 pounds and runtime capacity of two acres. Operators can stay connected to the vehicle with an app to monitor location and power status, view performance history, receive over-the-air updates and more.

Turbo chargers deliver a full charge for all six batteries in 90 minutes. A crossover 42-inch two-bin bagger is available to fit either zero-turn or tractor models.

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