“At Toro, we understand a more comfortable operator means a more productive workday,” said Jamie Bergen, marketing manager at Toro. “The Groundsmaster 360’s ergonomic design includes fingertip controls, easy access for maintenance, and items like a suspension seat with isolation mounts to provide the operator a smooth and comfortable ride.”
Getting on and off the machine is easy. A sloped hood reduces sight line barriers, making it easy for the operator to focus on what is in front of the mower. Also, the factory-installed cab model is isolation mounted and includes heat, A/C, and a Grammer cloth seat with air suspension standard.
With improved hillside traction and stability, the Groundsmaster 360 can go places (subject to slope limitations) inaccessible to most other large-area riding mowers. The machine’s 4-wheel steering minimizes turf damage due to the unique steering geometry. Four-wheel drive models also come with the ability to switch to 2-wheel steering on-the-fly for quick and easy transport when not mowing.
Featuring the proven commercial deck found on the Groundsmaster 7200 line and a powerful Kubota® 1505 4-cylinder diesel engine, the Groundsmaster 360 provides the quality of cut demanded by professionals with the efficiency they covet. The 4-wheel drive models have an option of including Toro’s patented QAS™ (Quick Attach System) for speedy, seamless changing of attachments. Innovative attachments include high-lift collection that is available on all models, in addition to brooms, blades, and flails available for 4-wheel drive models with the QAS feature.
Introducing the all-new Groundsmaster 360. Welcome to the next generation of mowing.
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