Lawn Tractor Reviews

Riding mowers range in both size and capabilities. We focus our riding mower reviews on products that landscaping professionals need to get their work completed. New battery-powered models like the Ryobi Battery Powered Riding Mower allow Pros to cut smaller lawns with less noise. For power, gas-powered models still reign supreme until you get to contenders from Greenworks and Mean Green Mowers. Zero turn mowers and stand-on mowers are still very popular. However, the riding mower market has adapted to incorporate additional technologies helpful to landscaping Pros.
Riding Mower Reviews
Landscapers seeking a dependable riding mower for lawn upkeep and maintenance do well to understand which products will cut consistently and accurately. We factor in build quality, cut quality, features, ergonomics, and more. For battery-powered riding lawn mowers, our testing includes run-time testing. With battery-powered mowers, cutting power plays a huge role when encountering areas of tall or wet grass.

Recharge 36V Cordless Riding Lawnmower

Recharge 36V Cordless Riding Lawnmower Preview

The G1-RM10 Recharge Mower has been under development for over 3 years. The 36V battery-powered riding lawn mower delivers up to three hours of continuous cutting and driving – and all this without gas, oil, or emissions. What’s really impressive is that the mower sports a fairly compact size, easy maneuverability, adjustable cutting height, and a large (3 bushel) grass catcher. The Recharge Mower seems perfectly suited for just about every lawn. On top of that, it’s actually pretty ergonomic, so it’s also great for those who may have physical disabilities (it has an easy-access seat). Now the people behind the Recharge Mower wee going for the “truly” green mower. The Recharge uses three eco-friendly electric motors and, of course, it emits absolutely no carbon emissions.

Kubota Mower Recall for Riding Mowers

Kubota Mower Recall for Riding Mowers

A Kubota mower recall has the company voluntarily recalling 9,500 Zero Turn Riding Mowers due to a fire hazard from a leaking carburetor. The models affected were sold nationwide from February 2008 through December 2008. Owners of these machines should immediately stop using them until they have been inspected by an authorized dealer and a free […]