Exmark Lazer Z Comparison Chart
Exmark Lazer Z E-Series:
The Definition of Value
The E-Series is the perfect choice for professional landscape contractors who want the innovative engineering and commercial-grade quality of a Lazer Z, but in a value package. The E-Series features the same welded, heavy-duty, 1.5" x 3" tubular steel unibody frame found on more expensive Lazer Z models. You can also choose from three rugged Kawasaki V-Twin engines or a Kohler Command EFI engine matched to a 48", 52" or 60" full-floating, UltraCut Series 4 cutting decks. A digital operator diagnostic module simplifies system monitoring and troubleshooting, while the fuel gauge uses ultrasonic waves to provide a more accurate reading.
Exmark Lazer Z S-Series:
More Power. More Features. More Productivity.
With the S-Series, you can chose from eight different engines, including an eco-friendly propane model. The Lazer Z S-Series features four different UltraCut Series 4 cutting decks available with widths of 48", 52", 60" and 72". The patented Deck Support System uses a Panhard rod system adapted from NASCAR. This unique system eliminates deck sway and moves lateral forces away from deck struts, reducing wear.
Exmark Lazer Z X-Series:
What You Get When You Check All The Boxes.
With the top-of-the-line Lazer Z X-Series, there are plenty of boxes to check. For starters, you can choose from five rugged, commercial-grade engines, including the high-efficiency Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) model - which also features the exclusive EGov and RED technologies. The X-Series also features UltraCut Series 6 mowing decks in 48", 52", 60" and 72" cutting widths. Whatever combination you choose, operators will ride in unrivaled comfort thanks to our unique seating system. There's even a standard 12-volt adapter to keep portable devices charged while working. So, if you're looking for the top-of-the-line mower, the Lazer Z X-Series should be at the top of your list.