Toro 2000 Series Zero Turn Review

My affection for the Toro 2000 series zero turn lawn mower will never fade. In fact, I bought this industrial zero turn mower for my lawn care business when I was 16 years old. In those days, the mower was a huge success. I was able to take my business to a new level of efficiency thanks to the right mower.

Some substantial changes have been made to the Toro Z Master 2000 Series zero-turn mower. Not only does the mower appear nicer, but it also boasts a few mechanical changes that set it apart from the competition. To show you the mower I tried out, here’s a picture. I almost didn’t recognise it as a Toro 2000 Series Zero Turn episode at first. It’s mind-boggling how huge and shiny it appears in person.

Toro 2000 Series Zero Turn
Toro 2000 Series Zero Turn

The powerful Toro and Kawasaki engines, the 24-inch rear tyres, the tubular chassis, and the turbo force steel deck give it plenty of oomph! The sleek design is also incredibly user-friendly and comes with features that make it simple to use on a daily basis…

Toro 2000 Series Zero Turn Lineup

SpecHDHDX MyRideProPro HDX
Deck Width48″, 52″, and 60″52″ and 60″60″60″
EngineToro 24.5 hp w/ HDACToro 24.5 hp OR 23.5 hp Kawasaki FX23.5 hp Kawasaki FX24.5 hp Kawasaki FX
TransmissionHydro-Gear ZT-3400Hydro-Gear ZT-3800Hydro-Gear ZT-3400Hydro-Gear ZT-3800
Speed10 mph11 mph10 mph11 mph
Fuel Capacity7 gallons7 gallons7 gallons7 gallons
ComfortHigh-back suspension seatHigh-back seat and MyRide SuspensionHigh-back suspension seatHigh-back suspension seat
Warranty4-year / 750 hours4-year / 750 hours4-year / 750 hours4-year / 1000 hours
Price*$8,145 – $8,854$9,163 – $10,194$9,444$9,964
Toro 2000 Series Zero Turn lawn mower


Powerful engines are an important consideration because they power your equipment and help you get the most bang for your buck. You can select from two engine options with this model, based on your needs and preferences. A 24.5 HP Toro with an HDAC motor or a heavy-duty Kawasaki FX engine are your options. Depending on how much power you require, you can select either a 23.5 HP or a 24.5 HP Kawasaki engine.

The Toro engine condition and my opinion must be explained before I go any further. Toro does, in fact, have their “own” motor. However, it’s only a rebadged engine with a different name. It is Loncin, a Chinese engine manufacturer, that is responsible for the engine’s construction. They’ve been making some headway recently… In fact, Gravely even has Gravely-branded engines on some of its mowers.

Despite my initial scepticism, these engines have proven to be rather reliable. Basically, they appear like low-cost Kawasaki knockoffs. As a result of Toro’s warranty, I have more faith in these engines. Doubtful about any of these lesser-known brands. Comment if you’ve got one of these engines and if you enjoy it.

There are Hydro-Gear transaxles in the Toro 2000 series as well. The ZT-3400 or ZT-3800 will be included in your model, depending on which one you choose. High-quality, commercial-grade transaxles, both of which may be found here. They’re a little better than the ZT-3800, but they’re also a little younger. Until late 2019 and early 2020, they didn’t even begin to enter the market.

Features of Toro 2000 Series Zero Turn

  • Commercial grade engine options
  • Commercial grade transaxles (ZT-3400 and ZT-3800)
  • Large deck size offerings
  • Turbo Force deck
  • Suspension seat or MyRide Suspension
  • Kenda Reaper tires available on select models

Cut Quality

The Turbo Force deck, which is typically built of 7- and 10-gauge steel, is included with the Toro 2000 series zero turn. I’ve been using this deck for a long time. It’s a tried-and-true method for getting a clean, precise cut.

Because of its depth, the Turbo Force deck makes an excellent mulching surface. The deck receives a tremendous deal of lift and performs an excellent job of mulching lawns and gardens.

There is no doubt that the Turbo Force deck will perform well in many different situations. I tried out this mower and was impressed with the quality of the cut.


Even the newer models of the Toro 2000 series zero turn mower appear to be made to last. Part-time lawn care providers and homeowners with vast properties might benefit greatly from these entry-level commercial mowers. This mower should last a long time in each of those situations.


In terms of lawn mower design, Toro’s MyRide Suspension System sets it different from the competition. In order to enjoy the most pleasant ride possible, we recommend going with a MyRide 2000 model. Is the fee worth it for the appropriate situation or person? Definitely.

If you buy a model without MyRide, you’ll get the high-back suspension seat that MyRide models don’t have. These aren’t nearly as comfortable, but they’re still a fun ride. As far as Toro’s new chairs are concerned, they’ve come a long way.


Even if it doesn’t matter much when it comes to mowing, the new Toro 2000 series is an attractive mower. This year’s models include some seriously sharp-looking new parts. Much of the mower’s appearance has been improved, including the tyres. One of the first Toro 2000 models given to a dealer can be seen here. When I initially saw the mower, I thought it looked like this.

Our Rating

Performance:Toro 2000 Series Zero Turn 4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)
Cut Quality:Toro 2000 Series Zero Turn 4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)
Durability:4.5 out of 5 stars Toro 2000 Series Zero Turn (4.5 / 5)
Comfort:Toro 2000 Series Zero Turn 4 out of 5 stars (4.0 / 5)
Price:Toro 2000 Series Zero Turn 4 out of 5 stars (4.0 / 5)
Overall:Toro 2000 Series Zero Turn 4.3 out of 5 stars (4.3 / 5)

Toro 2000 Series Zero Turn Price

According to the model and the dealer, the price of the Toro 2000 series ranges from $8,000 to $10,000. It’s a decent deal considering the mower’s recent upgrades and specifications.

Wrapping It Up

Toro Z Master 2000 Series zero-turn mowers are a solid choice for this price range and offer a lot in terms of quality features and cutting performance. The deck selections allow for some degree of personalization. There are two powerful engines to choose from as well.

Models’ deck sizes range from 48 to 60 inches, and their top speeds reach 18,500 feet per minute. Mowing should be easier and less time consuming thanks to this design. And it does not disappoint in any way. Overall, it’s a great lawnmower!

What do you think About Toro 2000 Series Zero Turn?

What are your thoughts on this electric zero-turn mower manufactured by Ryobi? Have you given any thought to purchasing Toro 2000 Series Zero Turn lawn mower? Tell us in the comments how it went!

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