Zero Turn Mower Reviews

Those who have a large yard also require the right kind of equipment to maintain it. When your yard size is above 2 acres with plenty of flat rolling plains with lots of trees and other obstacles, a zero turn mower can come mighty handy. They are an advanced version of your ride-on mower with the ability to turn rooted to the spot.

As the name suggests a Zero Turn Radius mower can rotate or turn without moving backwards or forwards. This is possible because of the unique design of its wheels and suspension system. Engine wise, things are the same with a ride-on mower unless one goes up to the semi-pro or commercial ZTR class. The only real difference is in the movement of the mower. ZTRs manage a narrower turning radius thanks to smaller wheels with a higher turning angle. These big and powerful machines can cost a lot so we’ve provides some honest zero turn mower reviews to help in your buying decisions.

Considerations To Take When Purchasing A Zero Turn Mower

[tabs style=”1″] [tab title=”Engine”]Costlier models tend to use heavy duty engines such as Kohler, Briggs & Stratton or even Kawasaki. These engines provide a higher torque, greater speeds and more maneuverability.[/tab] [tab title=”Grade Level”]Refer to the detailed zero turn mower buying guide to get a good understanding of the differences between different grades. This is one of the first considerations you have to make based on your requirements, budget and personal preference. Entry grade units are small, less durable but highly efficient. On the other hand Commercial and Semi Pro units are expensive, efficient but larger in size and require more maintenance.[/tab] [tab title=”Distance Between Obstacles”]If you have too many obstacles that are arranged close to each other you may have to choose a smaller zero turn mower rather than a large expensive unit. Basically, the obstacles determine your choice when it comes to ZTRs.[/tab] [tab title=”Suspension”]Full suspension usually comes only in commercial ZTRs but less priced Zero turn mowers can come with some kind of semi-suspension that helps in improving the ride quality and also in ensuring a consistent mowing height.[/tab] [tab title=”Deck Size”]This is possibly the most important consideration of all. A larger deck size decreases the time required but it also makes the vehicle larger in size and so difficult to move around obstacles.[/tab][/tabs]

Featured Zero Turn Lawn Mowers

[note color=”#f1f1f1″] Husqvarna RZ3016

Husqvarna RZ3016Average Customer Rating: 4-stars
We found that the levers lost their padding towards the end of the first month. Other than this tiny complaint, I have nothing else to comment on. It worked splendidly for the past couple of months and with a very detailed instruction booklet, you can get acquainted with the Husqvarna RZ3016 quickly. The included manual makes learning to use this machine very easy.

ProsPros:Packs a powerful 16-1/2 hp Briggs & Stratton powered engineread review.
ConsCons: Some have reported that the foam that covers the deck level tends to deteriorate.
[/note] [note color=”#f1f1f1″] Poulan Pro 967330901 P46ZX

Poulan Pro 967330901 P46ZXAverage Customer Rating: 4-stars
46 inch cutting deck with a powerful Briggs & Stratton 22HP engine powers this Poulan Pro ZTR and a long 10-year warranty more than justifies its price tag. You can get a competing Husqvarna at this price but the Poulan Pro does offer a lot more going forward considering its technology and feature-set, which is plentiful.
ProsPros:Long warranty, easy to use, ample cutting height adjustmentsread review.
ConsCons: Needs care when winterizing
[/note] [note color=”#f1f1f1″] Swisher ZT2760B

Swisher-ZT2760BAverage Customer Rating: 3-stars
Ideal for massive lawns and farmland sized yards, the Swisher ZT2760B builds upon its 60 years design experience to help you overcome uneven terrain and wide expansive lawns for perfectly manicured and professionally maintained grass. This zero turn mower was built with power and does what it’s designed to do quite well. Belt replacements are natural for these types of lawn mowers, so expect to have to replace the belt.

ProsPros: Cuts the lawn evenly and mows very review.
ConsCons: Be ready to replace the belts quite often.

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