The all-new Husqvarna Z242F Zero Turn Mower brings you the feel of a commercial mower in a residential package, with cutting-edge design, proven performance, and stand-out features. This workhorse turns on a dime, thanks to individual hydraulic wheel-drive systems that make your turning radius as tight as possible so you get precision maneuvering that leaves no grass uncut. The super-sturdy 42-inch cutting deck lets you cut a wide path to get the job done faster. And the ride is as smooth as butter, with a vibration-isolated platform that’ll save your back and your sanity. The secret to high comfort? Rubber isolators that set your hands, body, and feet apart from the frame, reducing fatigue and discomfort. Business on the ground, party in the seat.
This mighty machine is part of Husqvarna’s Z200 Series Zero Turn Mowers, and it’s one of our favorites for residential property maintenance. It’s got all the bells and whistles that let you hit the grass running, like the foot-activated deck lift system. This convenient feature lets you adjust your cutting height in a snap to get precision results without ever leaving that ultra-comfy seat. And the 18 horsepower Kawasaki engine lets you cover more ground in less time as you cruise your yard at a smooth 6.5 mph. Don’t forget the victory lap when you’re done—the neighbors will definitely be watching.
ClearCut™ fabricated cutting deck
New fabricated design features welded 10 gauge steel construction with additional welded reinforcement strips for maximum durability.
Get worry-free performance with maintenance-free, integrated, zero-turn transmissions.
Rugged frame and casters
The robust frame and casters are made to outlast others in its class, with high durability and reduced chassis flex.
Kawasaki engines’ heavy-duty components give you smooth, quiet, reliable power and a long engine life with a standard electric start.
Convenient deck lift
Ergonomic control panel
Removable foot plate
Anti-slip foot area
Automatic park brake system
Rear engine guard
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