Westwood - Model V Series - Highly Specified Garden Tractors
The V25-50HE is Westwood’s largest petrol garden tractor. The 726cc Kawasaki engine drives a 127cm (50') IBS deck and an optional 390 litre Powered Grass Collector. The bigger deck and collector means that this tractor can cut a larger area faster than the smaller T or F Series.
Suitable for grounds of three acres or more, the V Series will make short work of mowing lawns, paddocks and orchards. The V25-50HE is also available fitted with a 107cm (42')High Grass Mulching deck
Renowned worldwide for their reliability and performance, Kawasaki only build premium-grade engines. The FR730V is a 726cc air cooled, 4-stroke engine.
The Operating Management System (OMS) on the V25-50HE is designed to help you get the best performance from your tractor.
The electric lift and emptying of the Powered Grass Collector minimises time and effort. It’s available as a standard fitting on the larger V25-50HE and V230D.
Differential lock (diff lock) is a standard feature of both the V25-50HE and V230D garden tractors.
The power take-off (PTO) enables a variety of powered attachments to be run by utilising the power of the tractor’s engine.
The hydrostatic, foot-controlled transmission found on all Westwood tractors is smooth and responsive. It is as easy to operate as the controls on an automatic car.
The lightweight deck height selector can be adjusted through nine incremental settings to provide a cutting height of 12mm to 101mm (dependent on type of deck).
All Westwood products are designed to produce the lowest levels of noise. Not only does this make operating a Westwood more comfortable, it also ensures that our products fall within the levels issued by EU noise legislation.
The Westwood brake system is a cleverly designed safety feature. It prevents the tractor from starting unless the brake is engaged. This important safety device is fitted as standard on all Westwood models.
Every Westwood garden tractor is fitted with a bullbar. This tough tubular bar is bolted to the tractor’s chassis and is positioned in front of the bonnet. It helps to protect the tractor from accidental impact damage.