TopGear drives giant lawn mower
For serious, manly grass cutting there’s only one option – the 18.5-tonne Claas Cougar 1400
Posted: 22 Oct 2010
The Cougar lays claim to being the world's largest grass-cutting machine and we haven't seen anything down the garden centre to make us doubt it. Sadly, as such, it has an appropriately enormous price tag. Depending on exact specification, you'll need to raise something in the region of £250,000 to get your lawn mowed in true Germanic-style. And you'll probably be wanting a slightly bigger shed.