New Snapper® 360Z Zero-Turn Mower Comes Equipped with Cargo Bed for More Versatility
Zero turn mower with more convenience and utility out in the yard
MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin – Snapper® introduces its 360Z zero-turn mower, complete with a rear cargo bed1 to provide homeowners with more on-the-go versatility and convenience than a traditional zero-turn mower.
“The Snapper 360Z is much more than just a zero-turn mower,” said Harold Redman, President of Briggs & Stratton’s Turf and Consumer Products Division. “With the new cargo bed, homeowners can carry tools, mulch, flowers, debris, and even a cooler for ice-cold water for those warm days of mowing.”
The integrated rear cargo bed (optional on some models) has a 50-pound capacity to add even more utility around the yard.
The Snapper 360Z includes many commercial-grade-inspired features. A 46” stamped or 42”, 48” or 52” fabricated steel mower deck offers cutting durability. Fabricated mower decks come with a limited lifetime warranty2. A commercial-style foot operated mower deck lift makes adjusting between 13 height-of-cut positions simple for the operator.
Operators have several high-performance engines to choose from to power the Snapper 360Z, including a 22-gross horsepower3 Briggs & Stratton Intek™ Engine, a 21.5-gross horsepower4 Kawasaki® FR Engine, or a 23- or 25-gross horsepower3 Briggs & Stratton Professional Series™ Engine with ReadyStart®.
Learn more about the Snapper 360Z.
1 50 lb. capacity, do not overload; do not carry passengers. See operator’s manual for details.
2 See operator’s manual or dealer for complete warranty details.
3 All power levels are stated gross horsepower at 3600 RPM per SAE J1940 as rated by Briggs & Stratton.
4 All power levels are stated gross horsepower at 3600 RPM per SAE J2723 as rated by Kawasaki.