Cub Cadet XT2 LX 46 EFI Lawn Tractor
It was easier to order from Mowtown than get the same mower locally in NJ. Best price and super fast delivery !
We did a bunch of research on the new lawn tractor. Once we decided on the cub cadet XT2 LX46 EFI we needed to find the dealer. We did so with Mowtown
Extremely satisfied with the purchase. Has performed all jobs with no issues or complaints. Price was great, Mowtown Waldo Implement service was excellent.
this is a very nice tractor easy on fuel like the sharp turning radius has plenty of power
I ordered from Motown because I could not get the tractor from a local Dealer (they were quoting 4 to 6 weeks to get stock). Motown worked hard to get my business and made the sale easy, providing great sales and technical advice before I purchased. Everything came in good shape. The crate was slightly damaged; but not the tractor. The tractor starts easy and runs great. Haven't really needed to use all of its power yet, even though the lawn had overgrown to about 6 to 8 inches; so I'm still waiting to see if there are any issues like someone else mentioned with the EFI engine not being set up right. I was a bit surprised by the fuel consumption (need to track it); hopefully it will improve as the engine breaks in. I do have a substantial hill that the tractor has no problem going up (hasn't slipped yet); and I use the reverse cut mode a lot (the safety delay seems a bit long). I really like the fabricated deck; although I would agree that it will readily scalp the lawn on uneven surfaces if you are not careful. The new design on the bagger worked great on my dried up big maple leaves. Can't wait to see if it does as well on fresh ones. Local shipping was atrocious by setting a date and then not showing up. They then tried to blame me; and that's when I got Motown involved. They straightened the matter out and got the shipper to refund $100 due to my loss of a day. Unpacking was easy except for getting the tractor out of the base. Cub Cadet does not provide any useful instructions for removal. I was thinking about cutting the tractor out with my sawzall or removing the cutting deck; when a YouTube video recommended jacking up the tractor, inserting plywood runners, and rolling it out of the base without damaging the cutting deck. I have recommended that Motown come up with an easy method to remove the tractor and provide this to their customers in an email. The wife has figured out how to work the tractor, so she’s commandeered it until the novelty runs out.