With an aerospace-designed chassis contributing to low weight and a low center of gravity, Mean Green says its CXR zero-turn performs well on level terrain and sloping hills while still providing cutting heights up to 5 inches on its fully adjustable floating deck. Plus, with zero fuel, oil and hydrostatic systems, and minimal routine maintenance, the CXR will save you around $8 per hour compared to a similar gas-engine mower, the company assures.
New for 2016 is the compatible ZTR Blast Blower attachment. This battery-powered, independently operated unit is capable of attaching to any zero-turn mower, including the Mean Green CXR-52 and CXR-60, along with any ride-on spreader or other mobility vehicle. The ZTR Blast Blower produces 410-510 cfm and 120-150 mph.
Additional key features of the CXR zero-turn mowers include:
Powered by Mean Green pure Green Lithium Energy Modules
36 peak horsepower
52- or 60-inch deck
Reportedly cuts up to 12 acres (seven hours) per charge
Recharging time of two to four hours
Battery life of 1,500 charge cycles
7-gauge steel chassis and a welded steel deck
5/8-inch-thick lower deck edge
Patent pending “Chaos” mulching deck and two-speed mower blade function
Multiple angular bends and lightening holes borrowed from the aerospace industry make for the lightest, strongest, commercial electric mower on the market today
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