We’ve never used anything better, and as far as I’m concerned, we never will.
Our Grasshopper MaxTorque™ diesel has the power to handle the tough conditions we put it though. It's going to last for a while.
Grasshopper and PowerVac™ has great weight distribution and a soft footprint, so I don’t have to worry about leaving ugly tracks and ruts.
For the demands of maneuverability, productivity and quality, Grasshopper mowers are by far the industry standard.
The PowerVac™ attachment is the best we’ve ever used. That saves us from hours of back-breaking work bagging up leaves.
Grasshoppers are dependable and require very little downtime for maintenance.
There is no other machine I would trust to do the job.
We use the AERA-vator™ for overseeding and turf-renovation. It's two- to three-times more efficient than walk-behind aerators.
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.
Mowing around grave stones and other markers is a breeze. Grasshopper eliminates a lot of secondary trimming.
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.
After two years of running MaxTorque™ diesel mowers, I saved enough in fuel costs to pay for one of my mowers. It's just incredible.
The first year I switched to MaxTorque™ diesel, I saved more than $7,000 in fuel costs running three mowers. The second year, I saved even more.
The AERA-vator™ is perfect for school football fields and lawns. A school told me they had the best grass after I aerated one year, and they asked me to return the next year to do it again.
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.
The PowerFold® feature is a real back- and time-saver!
I bought my Grasshopper five years ago. It is built well and has held up without any major problems.
The fuel economy of these diesel mowers is twice that of the gas mowers I used to run.
I hate clumps; there can be no clumps. But I don’t have much trouble with them, really, since my Grasshoppers don't leave wind rows.
Eight hours a day, everyday, would take its toll on other machines, but not Grasshoppers. They just keep going and going all year.