Lastec is rolling out its WZ400 flex deck commercial zero turn mower, which joins the Lastec range of commercial and golf course mowers known for a premium quality of cut with independently flexing decks.

The new mower is built in the United States and starts at $11,900. It offers several gas and diesel engine options to fit the production needs and budgets of golf courses, commercial landscapers and lawn care professionals.

Featuring a 61-inch or 73-inch cutting width, three 21-inch or 25-inch flex decks, and zero turn maneuverability, the Lastec WZ400 commercial zero turn mower cuts with the accuracy of three small push mowers at the speed and production of a commercial-grade zero turn mower. The WZ400 includes three independently flexing decks with up to 12 degrees of total up/down motion for superior cut quality in even challenging contours and valleys.

With zero turn maneuverability, speeds up to 10 mph and coverage of up to 5.3 acres per hour, the WZ400 is built for speed, production, and accuracy in areas around buildings, landscaping or other common areas that would normally require hand trimming. Lastec’s patented belt-driven decks require minimal maintenance and provide unmatched fuel efficiency compared to hydraulically driven rotary mowers.