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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]


2 Responses to DR’s Hot Rod, Zero-Turn Mowers

  1. Mel says:

    I can’t imagine having a lawn smooth enough to mow that fast anyway.

  2. I’m trying to talk my wife into one but she worries how it will do on the hills in our back yard.

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