Perfect your lawn with ease using our heavy-duty zero-turn mowers. With 23-25 horsepower* and three different High-capacity PRO mower decks, the Z700 mowers ensure you spend less time working on your property and more time enjoying it. Because this is more than just grass. It's where you hit the ground running.
Adjusting your foot platform has never been easier. Customize its position without tools to find your perfect fit. After mowing, the platform detaches, giving you easy access to the mower deck.
With three sizes available, the iconic yellow seat on the Z700 Series now makes mowing more comfortable, no matter your height. Adjust the seat to find the perfect position to get the job done.
Heavy-duty PRO Mower Decks
All of our High-capacity PRO mower decks are stamped from 9-gauge steel with welded deck reinforcements that deliver a superior cut. With mower decks of 48-, 54-, or 60-inches, you'll mow better, faster.
Integrated Park Brake
Know when your brake is engaged or disengaged thanks to an audible click. The brake automatically engages when steering levers are pushed outward and disengages when the sticks are inward so you can focus on getting the job done right.
We’ve Outranked the Competition
John Deere has been honored as America's Most Trusted® Lawn Mower Brand. The Lifestory Research 2020 Study gave us the only 5 Star Trust Rating, making us the brand to ride with if you want to mow better, faster.
Approximately how large is the area that you're mowing?
The size of your property has an impact on what features you will want and how much horsepower you’ll need. Mowers with larger cutting widths and more horsepower generally allow you to finish faster. Smaller mowers generally allow you to work in areas with limited access, such as backyards obstructed by narrow gates that larger mowers cannot pass through.
STEP 2 OF 6: BUDGET
How much are you planning to spend?
STEP 3 OF 6: MOWER DECK
STEP 4 OF 6: RIDE COMFORT
STEP 5 OF 6: SPEED
What is the top ground speed that you prefer for mowing?
*The engine horsepower and torque information are provided by the engine manufacturer to be used for comparison purposes only. Actual operating horsepower and torque will be less. Refer to the engine manufacturer’s web site for additional information.