New Husqvarna TS Tractor Series


Husqvarna Builds on Success of 300 Tractor Series with TS 100 and 200 Tractors

Homeowners have a tasty new series of lawn tractors from Husqvarna to consider now. As the TS 300 series has been so wildly popular, Husqvarna has launched the TS 100 and 200 Series lawn tractors to build further upon that success with a new look, added features, and improved comfort.

10-Second Summary

  • ClearCut Cutting Decks
  • New Steering Wheels
  • GT Class Chassis (200 Series Only)
  • Cast Iron Front Axle
  • Upgraded Fender Caps
  • TS 100 Series: $1,799 – $2,299
  • TS 200 Series: $2,799-$3,399

Features

With the TS 100 Series, Husqvarna has included Endurance engines from Briggs and Stratton. These motors all feature the ReadyStart auto-choke system for easy start-ups. The Husqvarna TS 100 Series also features 42″-48″ reinforced cutting decks, all of which come with 10-year limited warranties.

They also include premium 15″ cut and sew style seats and oversized steering wheels that require less steering effort. A cast-iron front axle adds to the solid construction, and adjustable drag links add precision to the alignment. Husqvarna has also upgraded the fender caps with built-in handholds that provide some stability for the operator when mowing on hills.

The “X” class models have even more added features including soft-touch steering wheels, oversized rear tires, and focused pattern LED lights.

The Husqvarna TS 100 Series lawn tractors range in price from $1799 to $2299 depending on cutting deck size and options.

TS 200 Series

The Husqvarna TS 200 Series lawn tractors have four new models designed for even greater durability and performance. They feature an 11-gauge steel frame and Kawasaki FR Series engines. A dual pedal drive system makes for intuitive controls.

The TS 200 Series also features ClearCut cutting decks. These provide a higher cut quality and better discharge performance. These have a lifetime limited shell warranty.

“G” class models feature a K58 series transaxle that allows for rear attachments. The “XD” class is also an option, and that one provides automatic locking differentials for better traction. Finally, the “X” class models include the added features we saw with the Husqvarna TS 100 Series: a soft-touch steering wheel, focused LED headlights, and brush guard front end protection.


The Husqvarna TS 200 Series tractors will range in price from $2799 to $3399 depending on your deck size and option package.

For more information about the new lawn tractors, visit Husqvarna.com .

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Roger

Will the ts146 handle a plow blade? Does it need differential lock ? Not many are in stores and fall will be here before a new order is delivered and the 242 or 354 are more expensive

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