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Kubota ZG?

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Eldon, May 15, 2004.

  1. Eldon

    Eldon LawnSite Member
    from Pa.
    Posts: 7

    Does anyone have one of the new Kubota ZG gas zero turns? Would appreciate any comments. I was quoted a price of $7500 for one with a 54" deck!
  2. shortgut

    shortgut LawnSite Member
    Posts: 185

    try this again they say third time a charm we just got our new ZD Sat we choise diesel over gas more power AND off road diesel is cheaper the price of the mowerwas 8750.00 hope ths helped you do know about the 0 perent that Kubota is offering for 36 months that is what help us make our mind up
  3. bzizzi

    bzizzi LawnSite Member
    from Pa
    Posts: 5

    I just purchased a Kubota ZG-20 to replace my 20 year old JD 212
    This machine really preforms,I only have 2 acres to mow but it cut my mowing time in less than half and because of the manuvareability of the ZG,I no longer need a push mower to trim
    just a little with the Echo weed wacker.I chose the ZG-20 48" deck and it has pleanty of power and is not too big for my yard or garage.It is really easy to use and really well thought out.Servicing is really simple and everything is really accessable.My dealer sold Exmark,Ferris,simplicity and Kubota and he let me try them all,the Kubota with it sleek design,built in front jack and reliabality track reckord not to mention it's actually fun to use bonus was the clear winner over the rest for me.I even tried a Dixie Chopper.The Kubota was the only one that did not have that home made utility look.The engine was covered by a hood.I paid $6000 plus tax for mine and got 0% for 36 mo.These new zero turn mowers are going to make ordinary riding mowers obsolete !!!

    :D :D :D

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