Simplicity Expands Zero-Turn Mower Lineup With Courier XT

The Simplicity Courier XT series is engineered to deliver a high-quality mowing experience and is offered with 52- and 61-inch-wide cutting decks. (Photo courtesy of Briggs & Stratton.)

Briggs & Stratton brand Simplicity is expanding its premium mower lineup with the addition of its new Courier XT zero-turn mowers. Courier XT-series mowers offer 52-inch and 61-inch deck width options and are powered by a Briggs & Stratton Commercial Series engine. Simplicity characterizes the Courier XT mowing experience as “luxurious,” thanks in part to the Simplicity Comfort System (a four-point suspension system that reduces operator impact by up 25%) and a premium seat with armrests for all-day comfort.

Premium Features & Components

Many of the optional or model-specific features and attachments of Simplicity’s Courier zero-turn mowers come standard on the Courier XT series. For example, Simplicity includes a pivoting front axle to more comfortably navigate rough terrain, while large front casters and rear drive tires provide the Courier XT series with more stability and traction. Simplicity also installs LED headlights to illuminate the mowing path for early and late cuttings and a rear bumper to protect the Briggs & Stratton engine.

Commercial Quality For Homeowners

Simplicity’s Courier and Courier XT series are built with cutting decks supported by a lifetime limited warranty. Operators can easily adjust the height of the cut using a foot pedal to move the deck from 1.5 to 4.5 inches.

“Simplicity takes deep pride in providing our customers with a luxurious mowing experience that doesn’t sacrifice cut quality,” says Simplicity Brand Manager Kody Van Sistine. “The new Courier XT exemplifies those qualities by delivering commercially inspired features and components, with the premium cut quality that our customers expect and value.”

Source: Briggs & Stratton

Posted On October 26, 2020
Category: Ag Equipment News
Tags : simplicity zero turn lawn mowers
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