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Husqvarna P524 Front Rider



Compact and efficient All-Wheel-Drive front mower for year-round maintenance in complex and narrow areas.  

Suitable for sports clubs and hotels as well as housing agencies and contractors who want a versatile, compact front mower that is highly manoeuvrable.  Thanks to the front-mounted cutting deck the operator has a perfect overview of the working area.  This means optimised trimming ability as well as accessibility under benches, bushes etc.

 Increased durability through long-life components.  Attachments such as flail mower, broom, snow thrower and folding plough give increased productivity all-year round.  The P524 is delivered deckless and can be fitted with 112 and 122 cm Combi cutting decks.

Trimming Ability
The front-mounted cutting deck gives an excellent overview of the working area, enabling precise, close-up trimming.

Mowing Accessibility
The low profile front-mounted cutting deck gives unbeatable accessibility in under fences, bushes, park benches etc.

Combi Deck
The high-performance Combi Deck is stamped from a single piece of steel plate.  It is a unique solution that delivers efficient mulching and rear discharge with exceptional results as well as problem-free operation.

Compact Design
The compact size together with the unique articulated steering makes it easy to manoeuvre the machine in narrow spaces and tricky areas.

Hillside driving Performance
The machine's low centre of gravity in combination with the high-performance AWD-system gives excellent slop and hillside stability.

Versatile Usage
A wide range of cutting decks and attachments will make your front mower exceptionally versatile all year round.

All-Wheel Drive (AWD)
All-Wheel-Drive (AWD) ensures traction on uneven, wet, slippery areas and slopes.  AWD automatically adjusts the traction on all wheels depending on situation and ground condition.

Quick Coupling
A unique quick coupling allows attachments to be changed quickly and efficiently without tools.

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