Exmark has redesigned its popular Quest family of zero-turn riding mowers and added a new steering wheel-equipped version. Users can now choose their preferred control setup and experience Exmark zero-turn performance and productivity.
Exmark Director of Marketing, Daryn Walters, said the new Quest models are the most affordable line of zero-turn riders the company offers, yet they deliver class-leading features and value.
“We’ve made the new Quest models more comfortable and productive, with Exmark’s renowned durability and long-term value. And the Quest S-Series Front Steer delivers unmatched ease-of-use combined with enhanced hillside performance.”
Available with a choice of 42- or 50-inch Exmark Series 2 fabricated steel cutting decks, the Quest S-Series Front Steer is ideal for users transitioning from a lawn tractor. The steerable front wheels increase hillside control and provide a familiar handling feel with true zero-turn mower performance. A standard tilt steering column eases operator access and increases comfort while mowing.
The Quest S-Series model is also available with a twin-stick control system for operators accustomed to traditional zero-turn riders. For 2015, Exmark added a 34-inch UltraCut Series 2 cutting deck option to the existing 42- or 50-inch options. The UltraCut Series 2 decks are fabricated from high-strength 10-gauge steel, and the Quest S-Series includes a standard foot pedal-operated deck lift. An upgraded 18-inch Deluxe seat features a distinctive tri-color cover and bolstered design to increase operator comfort.
The most affordable Exmark zero-turn rider, the Quest E-Series is now available with the option of a 54- or 42-inch cutting deck. The new 54-inch deck delivers unmatched productivity to make quick work of farms, acreages and other properties. All Quest E-Series machines feature an 18-inch extra-tall seat for comfort that lasts.
The revamped 2015 Quest machines are the first mowers available with Exmark’s new twin-cylinder engine.