SCONE and Peel Outdoors will be at AgQuip again in 2018 with great deals from the Toro range.
Owner, Ken Wells, said this AgQuip will be a great time to buy as Toro are offering an amazing zero per cent finance.
“Approvals are generally through within 10 minutes and we have zero turn mowers under $4000,” Mr Wells said.
“Some of the new products being displayed at AgQuip will be the new TX 1000 in construction with a unique high lift vertical load, fast ground speed and one hand power steer control.
“Plus the new My-Ride system, offering unique suspension, has up until recently only been for professional mowers is now available in the Homeowner range.
Being the driest season we have ever seen, we had some added pressures. However, this new venture has been extremely positive and we look forward to seeing what the next 12 months will bring.KEN WELLS, owner, Scone and Peel Outdoors
“Toro have also recently released the 106cm (42 inch) pressed steel deck with a v-twin engine rather than the single cylinder which is exciting for this size of mower.
“Along with these new products, we also have zero turn mowers with steering wheels and fixed front steering for an outstanding job on sloping ground.”
Mr Wells said he was preparing to have plenty of conversations with field-day goers, particularly regarding the seasonal outlook.
“I am looking forward to this year’s AgQuip to get a sense of what the season has in stall, especially with the drier weather we have had,” Mr Wells said.
“We opened a new store in Singleton at the end of last year which always comes with challenges.
“Being the driest season we have ever seen, we had some added pressures.
“However, this new venture has been extremely positive.
“We look forward to seeing what the next 12 months will bring.
“Shane and Jenna, who are at the managers at Singleton, are loving being a part of what Toro have to offer.
“They look forward to introducing their customers to the new products featuring at AgQuip.
“We still have the service truck with a heavy duty crane that is servicing more and more of north-west NSW and we have no doubt that the demand for this will continue to grow.”
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