Honda Lawn Mowers
Maintaining your lawn is easier than ever with Honda lawn mowers. Honda's commitment to technology and customer satisfaction keeps them at the cutting edge of design, and that's why they offer lawn mowers filled with time and energy-saving features.
The first step in choosing the proper lawn mower for your purposes is determining the size of the jobs you need it for. For smaller jobs, consider a push lawn mower. For larger jobs, a power mower is a better solution.
You operate a push lawn mower manually. Designed for personal use, its features make lawn maintenance easy. Built with side discharges, rear discharges or both options, push mowers use a 3 in 1 with Clip Director® for mulching, bagging and discharging the cut grass. These lawn mowers also use Honda's Twin Blade MicroCut System® to make sure your lawn surface is even. They use Honda's GCV160 engine or a commercial 160cc engine with Auto Choke System for reliable performance. Most Honda push mowers come with a three-year residential warranty.
Your other choice is a self-propelled mower. Honda outdoor power equipment includes two kinds of self-propelled mowers: electric and hydrostatic. Electric mowers use an electric start. Honda's electric lawn mowers include either a Honda GCV 160 or 190 engine, and they use a self-propelled, variable speed Smart Drive. Many offer the 4-in-1 Versamow System™ with Clip Director and handle leaf-shredding in addition to mulching, bagging and discharging. Some electric start lawn mowers include a NeXite® mowing deck with a separate limited lifetime warranty. All Honda self-propelled lawn mowers use MicroCut® twin blades, and some use the Roto-Stop® blade stop system. Some hydrostatic lawn mowers also have electric starts. Instead of a variable speed Smart Drive, they use a hydrostatic Cruise Control for propulsion. Honda's electric and hydrostatic mowers have a five-year mower warranty.
Whichever lawn mowers you consider, count on Honda for steady, worry-free performance. Honda mowers and lawn mower accessories deliver both durability and reliability.