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By John Reitman

Toro introduces e3200 Groundsmaster rotary mower

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The Toro e3200 rotary mower can be configured with up to 17 lithium batteries. Toro photo

For professional turfgrass managers who need extended power from a large-area rotary mower, Toro recently introduced the e3200 Groundsmaster.

Powered by Toro's 11 HyperCell lithium battery system, the e3200 can be configured with up 17 batteries for all-day runtime, and smart controls optimize power consumption by continuously and efficiently providing ample cutting power without bogging down. The e3200's reserve power mode allows the operator to set parameters ensuring enough battery power to return to the shop for recharging. The on-board 3.3kW charger allows for overnight recharging.

Toro's InfoCenter displays battery charge status, hours, alerts and a host of customizable settings for the operator. 

The e3200 shares the same rugged chassis, commercial-grade mowing deck, and operator controls with our traditional diesel-powered platform.

With a 60-inch mowing width, the two-wheel drive e3200 has a maximum ground speed of 12.5 miles per hour and can mow 6.1 acres per hour.

Weighing in at 2,100 pounds, the e3200 has an 8-inch ground clearance and has a height of cut ranging from 1 inch to 6 inches.

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