Exmark introduces Quest V-Series electric zero-turn mower

Exmark Quest V-Series

Exmark has introduced its first electric residential zero-turn mower. The new Quest V-Series delivers the commercial features and cut quality Exmark is known for, with a compact 42-inch electric cutting deck that’s ideal for maintaining properties of one to two acres.

Exmark director of marketing, Jamie Briggs, said the new machine takes electric residential zero-turn mowers to the next level.

“The electric powertrain and cutting deck deliver instant torque, enabling the Quest V-Series to power through tough mowing jobs,” Briggs said. “The electric deck design also eliminates all belt-related maintenance. And with just two annual grease points and reliable integrated electric transaxle, the Quest V-series is extremely easy to maintain year after year.”

The Quest V-Series is powered by the 60V Flex-Force power system. Four 10-Amp Flex-Force batteries are included and can provide approximately 60 minutes of runtime. The Quest V-Series has room for up to two additionalFlexForce batteries to extend runtime by up to 50-percent. The included 6- pod rapid charger can charge up to six Flex-Force batteries in unison or can sequentially charge each cell to 100-percent in just 50 minutes per battery.

Designed for zero engine exhaust emissions and quieter operation, the Quest V-Series enables mowing during timesof day that used to be avoided. The electric powertrain also reduces operating costs. Just charge the batteries and mow.

The low center of gravity design features large drive and caster tires, and a comfortable operator seat, to provide supreme comfort and control with increased operator leg room. The responsive controls make Quest V-Series easy to maneuver in any conditions.

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