Worx 40V Nitro Power Share Pro Lawn Mower

Worx Nitro Mower Upgrades to Brushless Motor, Intellicut System, and Steel Deck

Worx has released another tool to the Nitro line of OPE. The Worx WG753 Nitro 40V Lawn Mower runs on two of the 20V Power Share Pro batteries to deliver gas-like power and performance. In addition to the ramped-up voltage, the Worx WG753 features a brushless motor, a 21-inch steel cutting deck, rear-wheel self-propelled drive, and the Intellicut system.

Key Features

The Worx Nitro Mower represents a big step up for the brand’s line of OPE. The build and feature set seem to be a testament to that, and the result is a mower that has upgraded power and performance, which translates to a better cutting experience.

Two 20V 5.0Ah Power Share Pro batteries combine to provide the brushless motor with 40V of power. When fully charged, Worx claims that the Nitro 40V Mower can tackle up to 1/4 acre. It features a rear-wheel-drive transmission that offers improved traction and maneuverability. Variable speed control lets you operate the mower at your own pace.

The Worx Nitro 40V Power Share Pro Mower also features the Intellicut system. This is Worx’s exclusive torque-on-demand system that electronically monitors the mower’s load. Sensors adjust the mower to produce more torque when you encounter thicker grass. When you don’t need the excess power anymore, the Intellicut system automatically reduces torque output to maximize your runtime.

Worx has opted to include a 21″ steel cutting deck, as opposed to the composite decks we sometimes see on battery-powered mower. This steel construction provides the mower with better durability, but Worx also claims that it improves the cut quality and mulching and bagging capabilities. The mower’s Nutricut design also improves the cut quality, not to mention the overall health of your lawn when mulching. It cuts the clippings into finer bits that your lawn can break down easily for nutrients.

You also have the option of bagging or side-discharging clippings. Any of these modes can be selected with the quick-change mode lever. Simply slide the lever over to either “Bag” or “Mulch/Side Discharge” settings. You won’t have to keep up with a mulch plug, which is a bonus.

Other Features

  • Single-lever cut height adjustment
  • Seven cut height positions from 1″ to 4″
  • 8″ front wheels, 10″ rear wheels
  • Adjustable foam-padded handle
  • Handle collapses for vertical storage
  • LED headlights

Worx Power Share PRO Batteries

Worx has designed the system with a brushless motor that’s powered by two of the new 20V Power Share Pro 5.0Ah batteries. These upgraded batteries give you improved power protection and runtime via the intelligent battery management system and cell-cooling technology. This tech has each individual cell wrapped in thermoplastic material that dissipates heat and maximizes the tool’s power and performance.

Though these batteries have been specially designed for use with the Nitro line of tools, they also work with other lawn and garden tools in the Power Share program. The batteries in the Power Share Pro lineup feature charge level indicators. Worx’s dual-port charger brings both batteries back to a full charge in two hours.


You can pick up the Worx Nitro 40V 21″ Self-Propelled Lawn Mower directly from Worx.com or from any number of other retailers, either in-store or online. Kitted together with two 5.0Ah batteries and a charger, the WG753 will run you $399. Worx covers it with a 5-year limited warranty.

Worx Nitro Power Share Pro Mower Specs

  • Model: Worx WG753
  • Voltage: 40V Max
  • Capacity: 2 x 5.0Ah Powershare Pro
  • Deck Size: 21 in.
  • Blade Cut Width: 20 in.
  • Cutting Height: 1.6 in. to 4 in.
  • Cutting Positions: 7
  • Bag Capacity: 2 bushels
  • Wheel Size: 8 in. front, 10 in. rear
  • Weight: 68.4 lbs with batteries
  • Warranty: 5 years
  • Price: $399

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