Rover Zero Turn Mower

Zero Turn Mowers

For the discerning lawn enthusiast, nothing beats a Rover Zero Turn Mower for precision mowing done with effortless ease and efficiency. For that perfect finish, Zero Turn mowers cut right up to the edge, regardless of trees or irregularly shaped garden beds.

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Comfort & Control

With ample legroom and a relaxed seating position, a Rover Zero-Turn mower makes mowing lawns of all sizes a pleasure. Intuitive and easy to operate, with a wide high-back comfort seat and cup holder, you can cut in comfort all day. Zero-Turns are the perfect choice for large or irregularly shaped blocks, and blocks with many trees or other obstacles. The "zero" turning radius, means no more overshooting or 3 point turns, and greater productivity compared to a similarly sized tractor style ride on mower.

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Zero Turn Lawn Mowers Safe 4-Wheel Steering

Safe 4 Wheel Steering

At Rover, your safety is our top priority. Our patented SynchroSteer™ (Steering Wheel) equipped Zero Turn Lawn Mowers offer exceptional traction and control over all four wheels to ensure your mower doesn't slip, slide or tear up turf, especially in hilly and slippery conditions. SynchroSteer™ models offer superior manoeuvrability and handling and are capable of mowing safely on slopes up to 20°.

Rover's residential Zero Turn Mowers deliver professional results when cutting lawns of all shapes and sizes. Cover ground quickly and completely with the help of the Zero turn's wide cutting deck, high cutting speed, and its ability to turn on the spot.

All Rover Australia Zero Turn mowers are manufactured in the USA and are robust and reliable, offering the ultimate in precision grass cutting, sustained power and comfortable handling in Australian conditions.

Providing superior productivity to regular ride-on or rotary push mowers, the zero-turn steering system effectively eliminates the need for a turning circle giving you clean uniform cutting right up to the edges of your lawn regardless of obstacles.

Available in either 2-way adjustable lap bars or steering wheel control, your hard-working Rover Zero Turn is powered by a Rover, Kawasaki or Kohler engine with dual hydrostatic or Dual EZT transmission for a smooth, precise drive and exceptional performance.

Our versatile zero turn mower models come with a tow hitch and are compatible with mulch plug, catcher and other lawn care accessories to make maintaining your lawn and garden easy and efficient all year round.

All Rover Zero turn and Ride-on mowers powered by a Rover or Kawasaki engine come with our industry-leading 5-year domestic warranty on both the motor and unit for added peace of mind.

FAQ's

  • 1. What is a zero turn mower?

    A Zero-Turn riding lawn mower is a type of ride on mower with a virtually zero turning radius. The ability to turn on the spot is achieved because each back wheel turns independently, allowing the operator to turn 180 degrees on the spot and head back the other way.

    Z-Turns are more manoeuvrable than standard lawn tractors, which require a turning circle allowance, making them more efficient and providing a more uniform cut as there is no doubling up or running over the same spot twice.

  • 2. I have lawn trees and irregularly shaped garden beds; which mower should I choose?

    Depending on how closely your lawn trees are planted, you may be able to get around these obstacles on a standard ride-on mower. However, to mow right up to the base of trees and the edge of garden beds without having to make 3-point turns, your best option is a zero-turn mower. Even on straightforward flat lawns, because a zero turn mower turns on the spot at the end of a row, they are also significantly faster.

  • 3. Which sized cutting deck do I need?

    Rover Zero Turn cutting decks are available in 42-inch or 46-inch, depending on the size of your property and your budget.

    The larger the deck, the less time you will spend mowing as each pass will cut a wider section of grass. If you have a smaller property or have obstacles requiring mowing around, a smaller deck may be better.

  • 4. Do Zero turn mowers have a hydrostatic transmission?

    Rover zero turn mowers feature not one but two hydrostatic transmissions, one for controlling each rear wheel. These work independently of each other, for example sending the left wheel backwards and the right wheel forwards will result in a zero radius left hand turn. These independent transmissions and zero turning radius are what gives zero turn mowers their name.

  • 5. What fuel do I use in my mower?

    Rover recommends standard unleaded petrol with less than 10% ethanol content. IMPORTANT! Fuel with more than 10% ethanol content, such as E15 (15% ethanol), is NOT recommended.

  • 6. Where are your dealers located?

    Rover Zero Turn lawnmowers are for sale through out network of over 500 dealers Australia-wide, covering all major metro and regional areas.

    Below are just a few places you’ll find a trusted Rover sales and service partner, but to find one nearest to you, we recommend popping your postcode into our handy Dealer Locator facility.

    Australian Capital Territory – Canberra, Mitchell, Queanbeyan

    New South Wales – Bathurst, Blacktown, Blue Mountains, Broken Hill, Byron Bay, Campbelltown, Coffs Harbour, Dubbo, Goulburn, Newcastle, Parramatta, Penrith, Port Macquarie, Sydney, Wagga Wagga, Wollongong

    Northern Territory – Alice Springs, Darwin, Tennant Creek

    Queensland –Brisbane, Cairns, Gold Coast, Mackay, Rockhampton, Toowoomba, Townsville

    South Australia – Adelaide, Mount Gambier, Murray Bridge, Renmark, Victor Harbor

    Tasmania –Devonport, Hobart, Launceston

    Victoria –Ballarat, Bendigo, Burwood, Chadstone, Dandenong, Echuca, Frankston, Geelong, Gippsland, Melbourne, Pakenham, Ringwood, Warburton, Werribee

    Western Australia – Albany, Broome, Bunbury, Fremantle, Geraldton, Kalgoorlie, Mandurah, Perth Port Hedland