Perhaps it's what you don't notice on a John Deere that really makes the difference.You’ll love the exceptionally smooth ride but you may not see the transmission and the heavy-duty fully welded frame that make your ride so comfortable. You might even notice the legendary green bonnet remains dent-free and rust-free but maybe not realise it’s the UV-resistant John Deere engineered plastic material that keeps it that way. So what do all of these little differences mean? The true reason that a John Deere ride-on mower stands apart and is more than just the sum of its parts.
Explore our range of ride-on mowers, whether you are managing a small operation or are looking for a zero-turn mower for your acreage, John Deere will have a mower for you.
John Deere 100 Series Lawn Tractors offer the customer great value in a wide choice of models with many desirable features. They are ideal for the homeowner who are looking for the best value in a mowing tractor that will also handle a variety of other yard chores.
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Comfortable, powerful and a whole lot of fun. With the LR135 Lawn Tractor you can relax while looking after your garden. Experience the comfort and performance of the LR135.
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John Deere Select™ Series Lawn Tractors offers a wide range of models that provide excellent performance whether side-discharging, mulching, or bagging. These versatile tractors can also handle a wide variety of other yard chores, including blading and snow blowing.
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John Deere Signature Series is innovation at its finest. These Lawn Tractors have gone through rigorous testing to mow flawlessly ― even in knee-high grass ― in every weather condition. We call it our Signature Series for a reason.
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