Countax unveils new C100 Garden Tractor

Countax is delighted to announce its new C100 garden tractor, its biggest and most powerful C Series garden tractor.

Designed and manufactured in Britain for British gardens, the C100 not only tackles the ever-changing weather but a vast range of year-round garden chores. Its mighty yet economical Kawasaki FR730V twin-cylinder engine has abundant power to drive either a 122cm (48″) XRD deck or optional 92cm (36″) High Grass Mulch (HGM) deck with ease. A larger cutter deck means faster mowing with less passes required to complete the job. The engine drives three hardened steel contra-rotating blades that cut wet or dry grass with ease. Coupled with Countax’s optional PGC+ it can also collect up to 300 litres of wet or dry clippings and create the quintessentially English and highly sought-after striped lawn effect. The PGC+ cassette system houses not only the standard grass sweeper cassette but also the optional scarifier cassette. Perfect for gardeners that take pride in their lawns.

Being the latest addition to Countax’s popular C Series, the new C100 retains the same industry leading standards gardeners and outdoor professionals expect from the C Series. Its heavy-duty steel body, cast front axle and double-skinned bonnet ensure reliable performance over a very long working life. Even the paint has been formulated to withstand over 500 hours of continuous salt spray – one of the most stringent tests available.

Being the biggest and most powerful ride-on mower in the C Series, it has been designed for all day use on large lawns which is why operator comfort is vital. As such, the new C100 comes with a supportive high back padded seat with arms rests, helping to absorb the impacts of work for continuous use.

A range of optional accessories is available for the C100 for tackling year-round garden chores. These include a snow blade, broadcast spreader, chevron tyres and towball.

For more information, or to arrange a demonstration, visit your local Countax dealer.

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