When it’s time to tame your lawn, you want the best tools available. That’s why John Deere lawn mowers should be your go-to. There’s no sense in continuing to lug your tired, old, worn-down push mower up and down your lawn for another year. Pick up a John Deere ride-on or zero turn mower this year and see the difference, not just in cut quality but in time saved. If you’re looking for a John Deere lawn mower for sale in Tennessee, drop by your local Tennessee Tractor dealership today and let us help you find the right style and model for you.
John Deere ride-on mowers, called lawn tractors, run a huge range of models, from the very basic and reliable E100 Series to the fully optioned and versatile X700 Series. If all you have is a small lawn and just want to keep the grass looking nice, then the E100 Series fits nicely in your plans. But if those plans involve tackling things like building up new flower beds, installing landscaping features or even hauling loads of mulch back and forth, then the X500 or X700 Series and their ability to attach and run implements are for you.
John Deere zero-turn mowers are built to not just deliver a good cut, but to do so at high speeds. This makes them ideal for homeowners with larger plots of land or for producers who need a capable mower to handle the grass around their buildings and fences where a tractor might not get close enough. To that end, you’ll find top mowing speeds of up to 10 mph, with decks as wide as 60 inches. And if you decide to go for the top of the range Z700 Series, you’ll also get commercial quality features like a fully adjustable air suspension seat.
While not strictly a lawnmower, the John Deere 1 & 2 Series compact tractors can provide a remarkably good mow, thanks to their 60-inch mower decks. If your landscaping needs extend beyond fresh cut grass, then the 1 Series start to make a lot of sense. Because they are small tractors, not a large mower, they have all the capabilities of a tractor. You’ll have the ability to run a front loader, backhoe, post hole digger, tiller or any other manner of implements to take your landscaping game to the next level.