Demos on demand
for grounds customers

Operators know just how important it is to see, trial, test and use machines before they buy, and demos on your turf are the perfect way to do that. Whether you want the machine to test on parkland, sports pitches or training fields, morning, noon or night, Reesink will arrange it.

Seeing a Toro or TYM tractor in action on the turf that you cut and maintain is a huge part of the decision-making process. You may benefit from having ‘YORtender’ for specification and price comparisons or the ‘YORlincs’ regional fleet forum, or perhaps you know another council using Toro or TYM you can speak to for their feedback. But that still doesn’t remove the benefit of a test drive.

Having a machine to demo means you can put it through its paces in the applications for which you’d use it. Here, and above, is the Groundsmaster 7210 on a demo cutting verges.

Chris Walker, demonstration and used equipment manager at Reesink, says: “I’d say 95 percent of our customers organise a demo before they decide. We have a large team here organising the logistics of that, making sure that every customer who requests a machine is given the time needed to see and try it, to then make an informed decision.”

Organising a demo is simple, on the Reesink website simply fill in the form or speak to your Reesink rep or local dealer.


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