BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — Toro introduces new diesel-powered commercial zero-turn mowers - the Toro® Z Master® 7500-D Series. This new Series from Toro features a side and rear discharge commercial cutting decks ranging from 60” to 96” inches for maximum productivity.
The adjustable wing decks of the 96” cutting deck model flex up and down to hug the contours of the terrain for a smooth and consistent cut. The TURBO FORCE® cutting deck features a bullnose bumper, greaseless cast-iron spindles, side bumpers and is equipped with a hydraulic deck lift.
Powered by a tier-4, four-cylinder, 1.6 liter, 37 hp*, Yanmar® diesel engine, the new Z Master 7500-D Series provides ample power to handle the most challenging mowing conditions. The unit also features a 12.5-gallon fuel tank, minimizing downtime and keeping mowing crews productive. This new mower can reach ground speeds of up to 12.5 miles per hour.
The 7500-D features an iso-mounted floor pan and a deluxe suspension seat that reduce vibrations, bumps and impacts during mowing. The unit is also equipped with the next generation Horizon® Technology, Toro’s onboard intelligence system designed to increase productivity through defined performance modes, reduce fuel consumption, monitor machine health, and allow for operator-defined maintenance reminders.
“This new model combines the speed and maneuverability of a traditional zero-turn mower with the power and productivity of a large-scale commercial mower,” said Chris Hannan, sr. marketing manager at Toro. “This new mower also delivers the quality of cut that is expected of Toro products and the large 96” cutting deck will improve productivity vs. smaller decks.”
This new mower series is backed by an industry-leading five-year, 2,000-hour warranty.
The Z Master 7500-D will be available this winter from Toro’s trusted network of dealers and distributors. For more information about Toro products, please visit www.toro.com.
*The gross horsepower of these engines was laboratory rated at 2600 rpm (3TNV80FT) or 3000 rpm (3TNV88C) by the engine manufacturer in accordance with SAE J1995.