View Full Version : I need a price check on a exmark 72 inch next lazer

10-14-2011, 08:46 PM
I got quoted $11400 for a 2011 next lazer 72 inch with a 34 hp kolher. They also said they could take $927 for a government contract. Is this a good price? I think it is I haven't priced them for two years. Thanks

10-14-2011, 08:51 PM
I just paid $10400 + tax for a 72" w/34 kawi. It has big pumps and wheel motors and the good seat.

10-14-2011, 10:23 PM
Which grade of exmark is it? S, X, XS

Travis E
10-14-2011, 11:57 PM
I just bought a new X series last month, 60" w/27 hp kawi, stripe kit, and shute closure for 11,600 out the door.

10-15-2011, 08:05 AM
There is a program that they do not advertise, it is the NOT FOR PROFIT program.....if you do work for a charity / non profit organization and have a contract on it and can provide their non tax status number, which your customer will give you, Exmark will give you $ 3000.00 off the sticker price. I have done this so I know its a fact

10-15-2011, 08:18 AM
There is quite a difference in torque between the 34hp and 38hp Kohlers. With a 72" deck, I'd go with the 38hp.

Go to kohlerengines.com and pull up both torque graphs.

10-15-2011, 09:43 AM
Trying to save gas that's all. I haven't really found the fuel usage for a 72 inch deck and 38hp. I know when that motor came out i was quoted $13200 for a 38hp and a 72inch deck X series. I really want a 35 hp on the next lazer but they don't put that motor on the x series. When I checked on the 38hp I got quoted $14400 for the 35 hp 72 inch deck. I think these prices are kind of high even though they are 2 years old.

10-15-2011, 09:55 AM
They're high probably because your dealer doesn't have one in stock.

I would almost bet money you'd see BETTER fuel economy with the 38hp vs the 34hp.

Same cc's. With considerably more useable torque (look at the charts!) , the 38 will not be on the governor. The 34 will have to work harder with less torque.

I haven't priced anything yet, but those prices sound like MSRP to me. $14K is diesel XP territory!
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10-15-2011, 10:30 AM
The dealer told me it would take $250 to get a mower from the warehouse he deals with. If he has a mower in stock the price is the same. The dealer that gave me a price yesterday seemed like they wouldn't give me a brake on in stock mowers. This dealer seems high to me. Anyone else have some prices, maybe some from ohio.