WIN a Kubota Z122R Ride-On Mower
To celebrate the launch of the new Kubota M7-151 Tractor, David Evans Group is giving you the chance to guess the weight of the tractor to go into the draw to WIN a Kubota Z122RKW-42-AU Zero Turn Mower!
CLEAN, DEPENDABLE, FUEL-EFFICIENT POWER AND PLENTY OF IT
The new Kubota M7-151 Tractor’s V6108 engine boasts the latest in clean-engine technology. Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) injects diesel exhaust fluid (DEF/Adblue) into the hot exhaust gas, transforming it into harmless water vapor and nitrogen. Click here to view the Kubota M7 Tractor
42″ Mower Deck/ Petrol Engine
The all-new Kubota Z122R zero-turn mower is powered by a high-performing Kawasaki engine. Designed with the residential user in mind, the Kubota Z122R easily manoeuvres in and out of tight spaces without compromise to power. With a deep fabricated 42″ mower deck, this innovative mower offers unmatched comfort with excellent stability, well-placed controls and a low centre of gravity. Achieve your most precise cut ever with Kubota’s innovative dial cam that makes adjusting cutting heights quick and simple. Click here to view the Kubota Z122R Mower
TO ENTER: Take your entry coupons to the David Evans Group site (OS458-OS459) at the 2017 Farm Fantastic Expo, Caboolture Showgrounds, Caboolture, Queensland, Friday 30th June – 2nd July 2017.
Entry coupons will be available within the Event Guide, Caboolture News and Sunshine Coast Daily newspapers.
The competition will close at 4pm sharp (Queensland time) on Sunday 2nd July 2017 with the winner to be drawn from 3pm Friday 7th July 2017.
TERMS & CONDITIONS APPLY.
The major prize is supplied by David Evans Group. The major prize consists of one (1) Kubota Z122RKW-42-AU ride-on mower. Total value of major prize is estimated at $6,300.00.
Entries who have guessed the correct weight (or closest guess to the correct weight) of the New Kubota M7-151 Tractor will go into the draw to win a Kubota Z122RKW-42-AU ride-on mower.
When guessing the weight of the M7-151 Tractor, entrants must consider the weight of extras such as fuel, oils, ballast and accessories.