John Deere Enhances Residential Mowers for a Quick, Quality Cut

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John Deere Enhances Residential Mowers for a Quick, Quality Cut

Product updates and additions help homeowners mow well and mow fast

09:50 ET from John Deere

CARY, N.C., March 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — This spring, John Deere introduces updates to its extensive residential mower line, ensuring homeowners achieve a quick, quality cut each time they mow. Updates include a new mower deck option, two new models and multiple product enhancements.

The new Accel Deep™ mower deck, compatible with John Deere lawn tractor and zero-turn mower lines, provides homeowners with a cleaner, faster cut and added versatility. The new deck is available on select models of John Deere Select Series™, Signature Series™ and Residential ZTrak™ zero-turn mowers.

“John Deere’s residential mowing products let customers quickly mow their lawn and achieve great results,” said Kim Ridel, tactical marketing manager, John Deere. “It’s not how fast you mow, it’s how well you mow fast.”

The optimized design of the Accel Deep mower deck enhances the quality of cut homeowners can achieve in a variety of turf conditions. The flat-top design enables a clean flow of grass throughout the deck and discharge area, while maintaining speed during cutting. Additionally, the new deck offers lift-up spindle covers to make servicing and cleaning easy and accessible.

The Accel Deep mower deck is also compatible with the innovative MulchControl™ kit. MulchControl allows operators to quickly switch between side discharge and mulching with just a flip of a lever. Mulching returns finely cut clippings to the soil as a beneficial natural fertilizer that will potentially enhance lawn health.

Also new this spring is the John Deere X330 Select Series, which offers more horsepower while maintaining a clean cut. The X330 comes equipped with the new 42-inch Accel Deep mower deck and a V-Twin cyclonic engine. With a suggested price of $2,999, the model brings premium power at an affordable price.

For homeowners looking for more comfort and convenience, the new X394 is the first model in the X300 series line to offer power lift, power steer and four-wheel steer all in one.

Overall, the 2016 John Deere Select Series includes several enhancements and new model numbers. One of the most notable improvements is the new electronic instrument display, standard across the line.

The John Deere X700 Signature Series™ models have also been updated with a premium electronic display, a 48-inch Accel Deep deck and the option of an air-ride seat for optimal comfort.

To round out the updates for 2016, the John Deere Residential ZTrak™ zero-turn radius mowers, formerly known as the EZtrak™ line, feature updated styling, improved ergonomics and enhanced cut quality with the new Accel Deep mower deck.

Homeowners can visit JohnDeere.com/FindaMower to find out which mower, mower deck and accessories are right for their lawn.

To learn more about the latest products from John Deere, visit JohnDeere.com/Residential2016.

About John Deere
Deere & Company (NYSE: DE) is a world leader in providing advanced products and services and is committed to the success of customers whose work is linked to the land – those who cultivate, harvest, transform, enrich and build upon the land to meet the world’s dramatically increasing need for food, fuel, shelter and infrastructure. Since 1837, John Deere has delivered innovative products of superior quality built on a tradition of integrity. For more information, visit John Deere at its worldwide website atwww.JohnDeere.com.

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Hi Paul,
I am considering a JD x330 but really not sure about the new Briggs 20 hp 44j6 engine. I could upgrade to the x350 for $200 more. Do you feel the new Briggs engine is as good as the Kawasaki 18.5 ? I don’t wish to waste good money but if the Kawasaki is worth the extra money I will buy it. Thanks

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I have reconsidered and taking your advice and the dealer will be coming today.

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Hi.. I bought a John Deere x350 42 a 09-22-2016.. Mowed 15 minutes,,, belt flipped off… any suggestions… Waiting on call from Ritchey Tractor,, but not holding my breath..

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Hi, Paul very helpful advice you give here thanks, have a question for you and a comment. First the question i have 1 acre all of which is sloped, not sure of the degree but i would guess 18 to 20, i know you are not suppose to mow on a slope above 15 but i do as i have a bad leg and i have had to do it with a push mower takes about 4 to 6 hours no good. Oh my question i have an 09 cub cadet ltx-1050 the transmission just went out on me after… Read more »

Will
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Hi Paul, How does the accel deep deck on the John Deere Z335E compare with the Craftsman Pro G8300 20442 or 20440 in cutting performance. I am looking for the best cut possible. I see that the JD has grease zerk spindles and a striping kit. My local Lowe’s has a returned Z335E, because the customer changed their mind, with only 1.2 hours on it and full warranty. They are knocking 500 dollors off, now only 1995. That is very close to the Craftsman 20442 on line with the Sears card discount. I only mow a little more than a… Read more »

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Herman

Good Morning Paul, I have about 2 acres I mow in Northfield Center Ohio, which is for the most part flat with a lot of trees and other obstacles. I know I want a ZTR and at first I was settled on a JD Z540M and then after surfing the web I thought the Scaq Freedom Z, then the Hustler SD and so on. My problem is no matter where you go on the web there is so much conflict, one site has a mower or brand as the best thing since sliced bread the next has the same as… Read more »

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Andy V.

Hi, have spent several hours on your great site, thanks for sharing your experience and knowledge. I need help with advice on what you would recommend in my scenario. Brief background: I have only ever used push mowers so zero turns are a bit intimidating for the learning curve. My wife and I are purchasing a six acre lot with land and many outbuildings, but only 2.5-3.5 acres need to be mowed. It is fairly thick Bermuda grass with only a few slight variations in height, but there are quite a few trees and a couple of decorative bush areas… Read more »

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Great site you have here. I’m interested in the Z335E and I’m comparing it to the Toro. I don’t know a lot about the manufacturing process and after hearing some mowing companies have bought brands and stuck a bought reputable logo on an inferior product, I’m worried would JD do something similar with their residential mowers?

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kim donnelly

Hello – I love your site. My husband and I have a 9 or 10 year old Deere LA125. Husband ran over a stick and the belt came off. Getting it to dealer is a $100 charge and they’re quoting another $200 to replace the belt (plus about $300 more for service/tuneup). We are debating replacing it instead. We’ve been happy with the Deere. We have around 1/3 of an acre of very bumpy contoured land (adjoins a forest). What do you advise? Thank you in advance. Kim Loading...

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Hi Paul great site love the info

I’m looking at purchasing a used 2002 John Deere GT245 or the new craftsman’s pro 50″. Is that GT245 a true garden tractor and what are your two sense on the John Deere mower.
Thank you for your time and help

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Jake B.

What is your opinion on the x570 that replaced the x500 this year?

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James Kirk

Hi Paul. Please help me make a decision in purchasing a lawn/garden tractor. I live in Tallahassee,FL ON 2.5 acres, with slopes and rough ground. Will pull a cart and maybe dethatcher. I have JOHN Deere dealer & big box stores. Need something I can get repaired. My biggest concern is transmission durability & maintenance involved. I want 42 to 48 in cut, twin cyl durable engine,hi back seat & cruise control. No local factory dealers for Poulan, Cub Cadet, Husky so don’t know who repairs them. Don’t know if local Sears repairs those brands as well as Craftsman. Then… Read more »

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