Three reasons you should be mowing with a Dixon ZTR® mower.
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Dixon ZTR Mowers
are Fun to Run. Crazy as it sounds, Dixon ZTR riding mowers are fun
to run. Everyone in the family (everyone in the neighborhood, for that matter)
will be asking, "Is it my turn yet?" They'll want to get in on the
fun that's found behind the controls of a world-class Dixon ZTR mower,
scooting around trees, fences, flower beds and other obstacles that can make lawn work
downright drudgery. But when you're atop that signature blue finger-tip
control and smooth-operating machine, flying over that fescue and zipping
through the Zoysia, you might even take an extra turn or two yourself. That's
the Dixon Difference.
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Keeps Loyal Customers Coming Back for More. Dixon introduced the world to the Zero Turning Radius, or ZTR, concept
that turned grass mowing from drudgery into downright pleasure. Dixon's patented "Z" drive
Transaxle and Hydrostatic Drive transfers power to the drive wheels independently
so our mowers turn within their own dimensions, and are extremely
maneuverable. Dixon-mowed yards are easy to spot too. They're the
breathtaking ones with smooth, even contours. High quality components, expert engineering and
stringent quality control are proud Dixon hallmarks. Isn't it time you turned
to a Dixon?
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Don't You Have
Better Things to Do? You don't cut corners in life, but you can
when it comes to mowing the grass with a Dixon ZTR mower. Zero Turning Radius
mowers zip precisely around small trees, bushes and other backyard obstacles
that take time to trim around. The Dixon ZTR cuts square corners and tracks
contours cleanly. No more backtracking over previously cut sections of turf.
Your time is productive - and valuable! - mowing uncut sections of grass on
every pass that will get you off the mower that much quicker and onto the
patio or first tee box in record time. You can cut your mowing time in half.
What could be better than that? Less time mowing grass, more leisure time.
Consider the Dixon ZTR your personal work-release program.