Cub Cadet XT2 QR106


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XT1 Series 106cm/42″ CC Hydro (Tight Turn) Garden Tractor

Code: XT1 OR106
EAN: 4008423872231

  • Adjustable Seat
  • Pull Button Blade Start, with RevTek™ reverse mow system
  • Adjustable Grass box fill indicator
  • Auto deck shut off when Grass box is full
  • Wide Adjustable Cutting Height Range
  • Hydro Static Drive System
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Cub Cadet XT2 QR106

The Cub Cadet XT2 QR106 features the Cub Cadet Tight Turn xTreme. This is where a turning radius of 17cm provides unsurpassed maneuverability in tight places and around the garden. The powerful and reliable V-Twin Kawasaki engine features a push button start and the hydrostatic drive system operated by foot pedal control provides a smooth and comfortable ride. It also features a 106cm / 42” cutting deck able to cut up to 8,000 m2 per hour. The integrated bag full system identifies when the large 320 litre grass bag is full and the blade shut off system lets you know it is full. The grass bag has a built in telescopic lever meaning that emptying it when full can be done without even getting out of the seat, whilst the RevTek system enables mowing in reverse.  Finally all XT2 tractors come with Cub Connect.

  • Cub Connect Bluetooth App
  • Push Button Start with RevTek™ reverse mow system
  • Pull button blade engagement with RevTek™ reverse mow system
  • Auto deck shut off when Grass box is full
  • Adjustable Grass box fill indicator
  • Strong V-Twin Kawasaki Engine
  • Tight Turn xTreme

Also try Cub Cadet XZ3 122 Zero-Turn Ride-On Mower

Technical Specifications

  • Cutting Width: 106cm/42″
  • Cutting Height Range: 25-100mm
  • Mowing area in M2/h: 2,000
  • Engine: Cub Cadet Cub 547
  • Power: 12.9 kW / 2,450 min-1
  • Cylinders: Single
  • Displacement: 547cm3
  • Transmission: Hydrostatic
  • Bag Capacity: 320l
  • Cruise Control: Soft Touch Engagement
  • RevTekTMStandard
  • Warranty: 3 Year Conditional

Specifications should be used as a guideline only, conditions will affect performance e.g. tyre pressure, firmness of the ground, length of the grass and weight of the operator.