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solo® by AL-KO T 23-125 HD V2 Premium Lawn Tractor



Extra wide and extra strong. This is how our lawn tractor presents itself. The widest cutting lawn tractor in our range. Feel the comfort at the wheel of this machine and prepare for a new mowing experience when you turn the key. With the solo® by AL-KO T 23-125 HD V2 lawn tractor and the diverse lawn tractor accessories such as a roller, spreader or trailer, mowing large lawns becomes your favorite hobby.

The solo by AL-KO T 23-125 HD V2 lawn tractor is powered by a 14.4 kW engine - with very high power reserves. The synchronised 125 cm wide mowing deck with two blades can be centrally adjusted in height in seven steps from 30 mm to 90 mm. In winter, the mowing deck can be removed quickly  for maintenance or when using the tractor to tow an accessory. The robust C profile frame in combination with the strong front wheel axle made of one piece and a bumper installed as standard ensures a long service life.
The solo® by AL-KO T 23-125 HD V2 garden tractor also has a cruise control function that makes working on large lawns comfortable whilst the side by side forward and reverse pedals provide intuitive driving. Due to the external fuel tank filler, the mower is easy to refuel - just like a car. The deep tread and the large legroom make it easier to mount and the comfortable seat can be adjusted ito ensure optimum comfort.



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