Countax B255-4WD Garden Tractor with 48″ XRD Deck & Powered Grass Collector

£9,245.00 inc VAT

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A Countax tractor with the added benefit of four-wheel drive


Countax tractors are renowned for their cutting and collecting performance on formal lawns. Many British gardens feature slopes or areas where the terrain is uneven or prone to getting water logged. In such circumstances, the B255-4WD excels.

Featuring 4TRAC technology, the B255-4WD uses Dynamic Traction Control to sense where grip is required and apply the right amount of drive to the wheels.

Refined, lightweight steering and a tight turning circle enables the B255-4WD garden tractor to maneuver around obstacles with ease.


Price shown includes Powered Grass Collector



Kawasaki FR730VV 726cc Engine


Renowned worldwide for their reliability and performance, Kawasaki only build premium-grade engines. The FS481V is a 603cc air cooled, 4-stroke engine.


4TRAC Technology

Countax B Series 4TRAC garden tractors use 4TRAC Technology

Available on four-wheel drive models only, this revolutionary transmission design provides unbeatable heavy-duty four-wheel drive and stability with even weight distribution.


Dynamic Traction Control

Countax B Series 4TRAC garden tractors are fitted with Dynamic Traction Control

A 4TRAC feature that automatically avoids scuffing and skidding on the grass by varying the speeds of the front wheels as the tractor turns.


Operating Management System (OMS)

Countax Operating Management System

OMS is a simple-to-use dashboard display. Everything you need to know about your tractor available in one location.


Electric power take-off

All Countax garden tractors feature a power take-off for running accessories

C and B Series tractors feature a push-button controlled power take-off for driving accessories.


Single pressed steel body

Countax B and C Series garden tractors have a single press rear body

Found on C and B Series tractors, the single pressed steel body is a stronger and more durable alternative to a traditional fabricated unit.


Adjustable seat

B and C Series garden tractors have a shaped steering wheel and sliding seat for easy access

All Countax models feature an ergonomically designed, automotive style sliding seat for greater operator comfort and safety.


Noise reduction

Countax garden tractors feature a range of noise reducing features

All Countax products are designed to produce the lowest levels of noise. Not only does this make operating a Countax more comfortable, it also ensures that our products fall within the levels issued by EU noise legislation.


Deck height selection

Countax garden tractors use conveniently placed easy to use controls

The lightweight deck height selector can be adjusted through nine incremental settings to provide a cutting height of 12mm to 101mm (dependent on type of deck).


Park brake

The park brake fitted to Countax garden tractors is an important safety feature

The Countax park brake system is a cleverly designed safety feature. It prevents the tractor from starting unless the brake is engaged. This important safety device is fitted as standard on all Countax models.



Countax garden tractors feature a heavy duty bullbar

Every Countax garden tractor is fitted with a bullbar. This tough tubular bar is bolted to the tractor’s chassis and is positioned in front of the bonnet. It helps to protect the tractor from accidental impact damage.


Hydrostatic transmission

All Countax garden tractors feature silky smooth hydrostatic transmission

The hydrostatic, foot-controlled transmission found on all Countax tractors is smooth and responsive. It is as easy to operate as the controls on an automatic car.



Ibbetts have been family owned since 1851. We have many years of experience with Garden Equipment and are happy to share this with you to ensure you buy the right tool for the job. You can see the largest range of Lawn Mowers and garden Equipment in Cambridgeshire at our Great Paxton showroom. Visit us for expert advice and a great deal!


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