Zero Turn Riders for Large Properties: John Deere Z700 Series
John Deere Z700 Series
If you’re a homeowner with large properties, you need a durable, easy-to-operate machine that keeps you comfortable throughout long mowing sessions. Now you can enjoy a commercial-grade zero turn rider from John Deere. They launched their Z700 Series mowers for residential users, bringing commercial quality and comfort to homeowners.

We’ll discuss the features of the John Deere Z700 Series mowers and how these machines can help you maintain their lawn like the pros.

Powerful Engine

All of the mowers in the John Deere Z700 series lineup comes with a powerful, professional-grade V-twin engine for unbeatable performance and long life. The V-twin cylinder design allows for quick starts and smooth operation. It also has a full-pressure lubrication system and an engine oil cooler which reduces oil temperature, improves lubrication, and extends oil change intervals.


Models in the John Deere Z700 Series have ground speeds between 8 and 10 miles per hour. The dual transmission design gives operators both forward and reverse steering capabilities and maximizes mowing efficiency.

Operator Station

The operator station of each John Deere mower in this series is entirely adjustable for superior operator comfort. The mowers are designed with adjustable seat positions, foot platforms, armrests, and motion-control levers.

Caster Wheels

John Deere Z700 series mowers are designed with large front caster wheels which provide a smooth ride and level cut. The rear wheels have high-quality tread and ideal size for superior traction and hillside stability.

Heavy-Duty Design

Each of the Z700 series mowers has a heavy-duty design, built to deliver strength and durability to all mowing tasks. The rear frame provides support and protection for the engine, giving you peace of mind while working.

Fuel Tank Capacity

Each mower in the John Deere Z700 series features at least an 8-gallon fuel capacity, which reduces the time needed for refills. There is also a sight gauge on the tank, which easily gives you an idea of how much fuel you have left to work with.

Use our illustrated parts diagrams to locate any replacement parts you may need for maintenance for your John Deere lawn mower.