DR’s new Versa Pro Z-Mower covers a lot of ground, literally. You can mow at a top speed of 13 MPH and take hills with a twenty degree incline. I wish I had this when I was growing up; the General Lee would’ve had nothing on my hill-jumping prowess. Then again, DR didn’t design it for kids under the age of sixteen who’re pining for their first car — else they would’ve included an air horn on this fast and maneuverable mower.
The Z-Mower sports a sweet handlebar system that flips to the back and makes the unit a walk-behind. Just don’t hit the throttle too hard, or you might risk a rousing afternoon of Hollywood stunt practice as your mower pulls you across the neighbor’s yard.
The two models, a 19.5 HP and 22 HP configuration, will hit your wallet for around $5,500 to $6,200 respectively. Perhaps it’s not what you need in suburbia, but if you’re a pro or have a big bit of land to trim up, this looks like a sweet ride.
Versa Pro Z-Mower [DR Power Equipment]