XT2 LX46 EFI
- The Cub Cadet XT2 LX46 EFI/FAB is powered by a Cub Cadet twin cylinder 679cc engine equipped with EFI for 25% less fuel consumption, less maintenance, dependable starting, and easy off-season storage.
- 46-inch fabricated, 11-gauge, twin blade deck with AeroForce deck design that optimizes airflow and maximizes suction to reduce clumping during discharge and improves bagging performance while delivering strong durability and the pristine Cub Cadet signature cut.
- Soft grip steering wheel provides more control that’s easy on your hands.
- 3-year/no hour limit warranty (includes powertrain) and 5-year chassis and front axle unlimited hours.
- Ideal for mowing 1.5 acres of mostly flat terrain and a few obstacles.
- Financing Available
XT2 LX46 EFI Features
Incredibly Responsive Handling
Optimized command and control at every turn with hydrostatic transmissions. No more shifting. Just push the pedal and go.
Corrosion Defense System
A multi-step process electronically applies automotive-grade corrosion resistance with meticulous care to protect against wear and tear.
New V-Twin EFI Engine
The new Cub Cadet 679cc twin EFI engine available on XT2 LX46 and SLX50 pack high-performance power. Not to mention reduced maintenance and up to 25% less fuel consumption.
Specs & Maintenance
- Engine Brand Cub Cadet
- Engine Model w/ EFI
- Engine Displacement 679cc
- Fuel Tank Capacity 2.5 gal.
- Cylinders/Material Twin
- Engine Start Push button start
- Engine Oil Capacity 2 qt.
- Lubrication Fully pressurized
- Charging System 15 amp regulated
- Fuel Gauge Fuel sight window
- Governor Manual
- Choke Electronic
- Air Filter Single element
- Oil Filter Yes
- Battery 12V 300 cold crank amps
- Transmission Hydrostatic, foot
- Forward Speed 5.5 MPH
- Reverse Speed 3.1 MPH
- Rear Axle 3/4" w/dual PM steel drive hubs
- Transmission Housing Cast aluminum
- Transmission Type Tuff Torq K46
- Engine to Transmission Heavy-duty belt
- Deck Cutting Width 46"
- Cutting Modes Discharge/mulch/bagging
- Deck Wash Included
- Deck Material Steel, 11-gauge
- Deck Attach/Removal QuickAttach™ (no tools required)
- Deck Engagement (PTO) Pull knob (electric)
- Deck Construction Fabricated
- Spindle Construction 3/4" with steel cap and triple lip sealed
- Blade(s) 2
- Deck Lift Lever
- Cutting Height Range 1" - 4"
- Anti-Scalping 4 ball
- Deck Positions 12 positions
- Frame Robotically welded
- Front Axle Cast iron
- Turning Radius 16"
- Front Tires 15"x6"-6"
- Rear Tires 20"x8"-8"
- Tire Tread Multi-Trac
- Protection Front bumper
- Rear Tow Hitch Included
- Corrosion Protection E-coating
- Cruise Control Included
- Brakes Automotive-style disc
- Steering Control Manual sector and pinion
- Display Hour meter
- Seat Type 15" high-back seat
- Armrests Included
- Seat Suspension Seat spring
- Seat Adjustment Lever
- Floor Mats Grit
- Steering Comfort Soft Touch steering wheel
- Dimensions L/W/H 68"/50"/42.5"
- Weight (approx.) 580 lbs.
- Mulch Kit Optional
- Headlight(s) 2 - LED
- Discharge Chute Included
- Cup Holder Included
- Operator Presence System Included
- Bagger Optional
- Model Number 13AZA1CN010
- Warranty 3-year unlimited hours (includes powertrain)
- Front Axle Warranty 5-year chassis & front axle unlimited hours/limited lifetime fabricated deck shell
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