John Deere Unveils Three New Triplex Mowers for Spring 2020

These mowers will specialize in golf course maintenance, offering offset cutting units and right-hand Command Arm-mounted controls.
These mowers will specialize in golf course maintenance, offering offset cutting units and right-hand Command Arm-mounted controls.

John Deere has announced that it will be rolling out three new triplex mowers this spring: the 2400 PrecisionCut?, 2550 PrecisionCut, and the 2550 E-Cut? Hybrid. These mowers, which specialize in golf course maintenance, will feature offset cutting units and right-hand Command Arm-mounted controls for ease of use across the course.

“We know every customer has a unique set of needs and, with that in mind, we have created a full line of triplex mowers so we can support every course,” said Brad Aldridge, product manager for John Deere Golf. “The additions of the 2400 and 2550 models are the final pieces to our triplex mower offering. Each machine is designed to offer the premium cut quality John Deere is known for, while also providing solutions to manage course conditions, machine control, and routine maintenance.”

The 2400 PrecisionCut mower will have a 19 horsepower V-Twin Electronic Fuel Injection engine for plenty of power, while the 2550 PrecisionCut mower will have a 19.6 horsepower three-cylinder diesel engine. The 2550 E-Cut Hybrid mower will feature an electric reel drive system, which is also designed to reduce fuel consumption and sound levels.

Last year, John Deere debuted the 2700 and 2750 PrecisionCut? Triplex Mowers as well as the 2700 and 2750 E-Cut? Hybrid Triplex Mowers. With the addition of the 2400 PrecisionCut, 2550 PrecisionCut, and 2550 E-Cut Hybrid, John Deere’s triplex mower line is now complete.

The new models will be available for purchase this spring. More information can be found at www.JohnDeere.com/Golf.