With Kubota’s For Earth, For Life contest underway (with a chance to win a ZP330 propane rider) we thought we’d take a closer look at the propane powered zero turn mower. If you’re thinking about making the switch to propane now is as good a time as ever and we’ll be glad to help you make a smart decision when it comes to buying an alternative-fuel mower. The ZP330 gives you all the benefits of propane without diminished performance which is key. You’ll get the gold standard in riding mowers, but you’ll also save on fuel costs, and your customers will appreciate an eco-friendly approach to landscaping. Check out the mower in action:
Enter Kubota’s For Earth, For Life Contest and this baby could be yours!
What do you do every day that has a positive impact on the earth and the people around you? That’s what Kubota wants to know and if you tell them about it on their Facebook contest page you could win a ZP330 propane-powered riding mower. Those of us in the green industry do things every day that better our surroundings, whether it’s through everyday work or outside opportunities like volunteering or teaching others in the community. If you’ve got a great story all you have to do is write it up in 200 words or less and upload a picture to go with it. Kubota will pick a winner this summer and that winner gets to keep a beautiful, eco-friendly rider. How sweet it is!
In their latest issue, Mother Earth News put a series of riding mowers to the test by having 14 different operators try out 27 different mower models (read the full article here). It sounds like an exhausting day, but thanks to their hard work we get a great zero-turn mower comparison. Continue reading →
Kubota orange just got a lot greener! Kubota’s new ZP330 zero-turn riding mower has all the power and functionality you’ve come to know and love, but with an eco-friendly liquid propane gas engine! The 31 hp engine delivers more than enough power to tackle demanding commercial projects, but helps reduce CO² emissions – a feature that you and your client can both appreciate. Continue reading →