Cub Cadet’s XT2, the most agile in the XT Enduro Mowing Series

by | Aug 23, 2017 | Product News, Products | 0 comments

Mowing acres of lawn can be an arduous task at the best of times, but when that task is combined with having to navigate obstacles, it can be even harder!

Whether it is a family area, full of the paraphernalia that accompanies that, or an intricately designed flower garden with beautiful borders and flower beds, keeping the lawn neat and tidy can be tricky, as many lawn tractors are difficult and clunky to turn. The XT2 lawn tractors from Cub Cadet, however, deliver extreme agility, precision control and mean that gardeners can spend less time mowing their lawns, and more time enjoying their gardens.

The five models within the XT2 line up are the most agile in the XT Enduro Series? and feature the class leading Cub Cadet TIGHT TURN xTREME, an innovative technology that delivers the tightest turning circle on the market of just 17cm, enabling unsurpassed manoeuvrability and capability in tight places. This makes an XT2 lawn tractor ideal for working on tough terrain and around busy gardens with obstacles and layout challenges. The powerful and reliable V-Twin Kawasaki engines on all models feature a push button start and the hydrostatic drive system, (operated by foot pedal control) provides a smooth and comfortable ride, whilst the RevTek? system enables mowing in reverse.

The market leading cut, collect and mulch system and extremely smooth drive provides efficient power delivery and cutting performance, whilst the solid and corrosion resistant e-coated frame provides long lasting protection and class leading stability.

Within the range are two rear collection models, the XT2 PR95 (95cm / 38? cutting width) and the XT2 QR106 (106cm / 42? cutting width), both of which benefit from the Direct Collect? system which transports clippings into the large 320 litre collection bag in the shortest, most efficient route. An integrated bag full system identifies when the grass bag is full and initiates the blade shut off system. A distinctive feature is that the level at which the system shuts off can be tailored to individual user requirements by adjusting the fill capacity to meet their own needs. The built in telescopic lever means that emptying the grass bag once full can be done without even getting out of the seat.

There are three side discharge models to complete the collection. Two of these, the XT2 PS107 (107cm / 42? cutting width) and the XT2 PS117 (117 cm / 46? cutting width) are perfect for larger lawns and small paddocks with powerful 603cm? Kawasaki engines and the ability to cut up to 2,000 m2?per hour. The XT2 QS117 (117 cm / 46? cutting width) steps this power up a gear, benefitting from a 726cm3 Kawasaki V-Twin engine and features a fabricated cutting deck able to cut up to 3,000 m2 per hour.

Nick Hills, General Manager for Cub Cadet UK, said: ?This range of XT2 ride-on lawn tractors are our most agile, innovative garden tractors and feature a number of market leading applications and design features. With their agility and powerful drive system, we are confident that they will make mowing even the trickiest of garden lawns a real pleasure and not a chore.?

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