Hustler launches new zero-turn mowers

The turf equipment company also launched a line of pressure washers
The Raptor SDX is the newest zero-turn mower in Hustler's product line. (Photo: Hustler)

Hustler expanded its line of zero-turn mowers with two new models introduced at GIE+EXPO in Louisville, Kentucky.

For larger jobs and professional lawn companies, the Raptor SDX features Hustler’s SmoothTrak steering system, automated park brake, an adjustable seat with internal suspension, a foot-operated deck lift and 22-inch tires.

The DASH is a compact model ideal for homeowners or small jobs. The mower will fit through most gates, according to Hustler. It features an automatic park brake, foot-operated deck lift and with two deck sizes: 34 inches or 42 inches.

Hustler also introduced a line of lightweight pressure washers at GIE+EXPO. The washers are powered by Honda engines and built with aircraft-grade aluminum and pneumatic tires.

[Related: Redesigned Honda mowers promise more power: GIE+EXPO]

“The introduction of pressure washers under the Hustler Turf brand helps signify our commitment to offering our dealers and consumers a full range of products with the reliability and innovation they demand,” Adam Mullet, vice president of sales and new products, said in a statement. “As Hustler continues to grow, we’re unwavering in our dedication to get dealers the products they need to be successful.”


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