. Although the 2007 lineup is suppose to have addressed many of the problems they had in the past, why be the guinea pig?
I was set-up to demo a new one in the next few weeks but the dealer called me back and said that I would have to pay $89 a day to run it. I said well forget it, I will go to another dealer then. I might buy it if it cuts nice and all that but I'm not interested in renting it for the day, I can run my own machines and save the money.
My dealer carries kubota mowers and says they make excellent boat anchors. He won't even sell them to commercial clients. He said that nearly every mower they sold over the past couple years had to come in for major repairs, mostly hydro work. Although the 2007 lineup is suppose to have addressed many of the problems they had in the past, why be the guinea pig?