Toro unveiled its latest outdoor power equipment at Equip Expo 2023 in Louisville, Kentucky.
“This year we are really pushing the limits of convenience and power,” said Ross Hawley, General Manager at Toro. “That starts with our battery-powered equipment, whether we’re talking about our removable batteries found on our walk-behind mowers and commercial handheld equipment, or on-platform battery systems featuring HyperCell found in GrandStand and Z Master Revolution mowers.”
GrandStand HDM (Heavy-Duty Mini)
The new GrandStand HDM stand-on mower comes in new 32- and 36-inch deck options that can navigate tight spaces and fit through gated areas. The compact deck design also saves trailer space, while enabling operators to complete jobs faster.
The GrandStand HDM comes with the Turbo Force deck and a convenient flip-up utility hood provides easy access for maintenance. The single-belt drive system and sealed caster forks/wheels further minimize parts and servicing requirements. With its durable pump and wheel motor transmissions, the mower’s lifetime is extended, and its handling response is improved.
Z Master 4000 HDX with MyRIDE
The latest edition in Toro’s Z Master 4000 series offers the widest, heavy-duty deck yet, power from a 35-hp. Kawasaki FX1000 and the added comfort of Toro’s patented MyRIDE suspension system.
The Turbo Force deck made of 7-gauge steel ensures one-pass cutting and enhances the after-cut appearance through dual capture anti-scalp rollers, a rubber discharge chute and a rugged I-beam front end. Rolling on 26-inch Voodoo Trac tires provides aggressive tread gives the operator a higher vantage point. The HDX can handle triple bagger and dump-from-seat bagger attachments.
The patented MyRIDE suspension system adjusts on the fly with shocks featuring up to 3.6 inches of travel. As an added bonus, holders for a drink or phone keep them always within arm’s reach, and onboard USB ports keep the phone charged while mowing.
Every component of the all-new TurfMaster Revolution is made for heavy use in rough conditions. The TurfMaster Revolution has a 30-inch deck to help tackle more ground in fewer passes. Its 3-in-1 design allows operators to quickly switch between mulching, bagging or side discharge.
Three 60V Flex-Force batteries keep this walk-behind mower working for up to 80 minutes of continuous runtime, and it can cut up to an acre per charge. Those same batteries can be used in any of Toro’s Flex-Force handheld tools, snow removal or walk-behind mowers. Each Flex-Force battery is designed to run cooler, enabling all-day use without overheating. Recharging the largest capacity batteries takes just 40 minutes.
Each of Toro’s new crop of mowers is Horizon360-capable. New features to Toro’s Horizon360 business management system platform include streamlined equipment maintenance tasks, ensuring smoother and more structured equipment management. Mobile invoicing and scheduling capabilities bring greater convenience to field operations, while the platform’s expansion to support Canadian French extends its reach to a broader audience. Adding Horizon360 to a company’s arsenal can improve accuracy and precision when budgeting.