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To Boldly Go Where Some Others Won’t – With Masport!

(PR.co.nz) Tackling tough terrain is set to become a thing of the past thanks to Masport’s new range of ride on mowers that can handle almost anything that’s thrown at them.

Masport has introduced the Crossjet range of ride on mowers that are perfect for demanding conditions. Ideal for neglected or un-mowed areas or on terrain where traction is an issue, the Crossjet can handle it all – even high grass, brush, blackberry, gorse and thistle!

The Crossjet range – which includes both a 2WD and 4WD model – has been designed with safety in mind. Gone are the days of feeling unsafe and vulnerable mowing a sandy slope or mowing in wet conditions. The Crossjet has a low centre of gravity with superior weight distribution that gives it better stability and traction than traditional ride on mowers.

The Crossjet also features a barrier roll bar, front and rear bumpers, agricultural style tyres that will grip in almost any condition and an on demand differential lock that increases traction when the foot pedal is depressed means you’re set for an even safer ride.

And while safety is at the forefront of the Masport Crossjet, so too is performance. Both models are fitted with a genuine Vanguard Briggs & Stratton commercial grade engine manufactured in the United States, which offer uncompromising reliability.

Add to that a steering system that allows the user to turn quickly and precisely, Tuff Torq hydrostatic transaxle transmission and two swing back blades made from hardened and tempered steel and you have a ride on mower that simply can’t be beaten on safety and performance.

For more information, visit www.masport.co.nz.

Media Release 4 October 2011.

 



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