It takes me two days on a Grasshopper to complete jobs that used to eat up my entire week.
We save roughly 1.25 gallons of fuel per hour per machine with diesel, which amounts to more than $13,000 in fuel savings every year.
I’ve been around a lot of equipment, and these mowers are far superior – in comfort, construction and maneuvering – to anything else I’ve seen.
The PowerFold® feature is a real back- and time-saver!
The smooth ride and comfort of Grasshoppers allow my crew to be on them all day without getting worn out and beat up.
I took a test drive on a Grasshopper and was sold.
Grasshopper and PowerVac™ has great weight distribution and a soft footprint, so I don’t have to worry about leaving ugly tracks and ruts.
Eight hours a day, everyday, would take its toll on other machines, but not Grasshoppers. They just keep going and going all year.
We’ve never used anything better, and as far as I’m concerned, we never will.
We have 15 Grasshoppers, and they’re the best investments we ever made.
We can mow so close to obstacles like trees and tombstones with the FrontMount™ deck that we have been able to eliminate using a push mower.
Our Grasshopper MaxTorque™ diesels work hard and never quit. They're a powerful alternative to alternative fuels.
Fast pace, perfect cut, sweet ride. With a Grasshopper, I always get a quality cut in record time.
You can go from a campground or parking lot to a front lawn, and you’ll get a great finish every time. You wouldn’t be able to do that with other machines comparable in size.
We are very proud of the neat, wide-stripe lines we can mow with our Grasshoppers. They just look fantastic.
The comfort and smooth ride make the job so much more enjoyable.
When it’s time to retire a Grasshopper, we stick with Grasshopper. They have a good resale value, even with 5,000 to 6,000 hours.
To me, the fact that you can ride these machines all day and be willing to get up the next day and do it all over again, that’s all that matters.
We use Grasshopper mowers because they are the best machines we’ve ever used, hands down. We love them.
Grasshoppers are so well-built to begin with, it doesn’t take much to keep them going strong.