John Deere X495


The John Deere X495 is one of the largest John Deere mowers you can buy. It is very similar in many ways to other ‘X’ series mowers as there are 2 variants. The John Deere X495 2WS is considered the standard version, while the John Deere X495 AWS is the “upgraded” version. If you have the money, you should go for the AWS (Four Wheel Steer) model, as it’s easier to navigate through gardens and tricky turns. AWS technology is exclusive to John Deere mowers. Other quality mowers in this range include the John Deere X485 and the John Deere X465.

The John Deere X495 is powered by a Yanmar 3TNE74 engine. Unlike most other ‘X’ series engines, this engine is diesel and is a 3-cylinder model which provides much more torque than other models. The engine has a displacement of 1. 0 liters and produces 24 hp. The 3TNE74 uses a liquid cooling system to keep the engine at optimum temperature. You will need to add 2. 8 liters of motor oil to the engine before starting it to ensure that it stays properly lubricated and runs smoothly. In 2005, a new type of Yanmar engine was used in JD X495s fresh off the production line. This model is the Yanmar 3TNV76 engine. It is also diesel and both engines are very similar in most aspects.

The John Deere X495 can work with a range of large mower decks; 48-inch, 54-inch, and 62-inch mowing decks are all compatible with the JD X495. You’ll find this mower to be quite nimble too, reaching a top speed of 8. 5 mph (13. 7 kph). This means that it is a great machine for cutting grass on playing fields and parks. You can also attach accessories such as snow blowers and front blades, among many others. For more information about this model, you can check it on the official JD website by clicking here.

2 Reviews of the John Deere X495

Excellent service on this Tractor for the first 8 years and 900 hours. Terrible service last 5 years and 300 hours. I will never buy another John Deere product.

I use this tractor for 2 main purposes: mowing the lawn (approx 2. 5 acres) and pulling various trailers. I mainly pull a 5ft x 8ft 3500lb capacity utility trailer.

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