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Designed to handle a variety of yard sizes – from under 1 acre to 2 acres, our new lineup of electric riding mowers provides the durability and performance you expect from traditional gas-powered Troy-Bilt riders but with less noise, less maintenance, and no need for gas. See specific models for maximum runtimes and acreage per charge
Larger yards need more than just a bigger deck – we’ve engineered our lawn and garden tractors with features like cast-iron front axles for long-lasting performance and high-back seats for extra comfort.
Our line of push and self-propelled, walk-behind lawn mowers are built to maintain lawns up to ½ an acre. They offer helpful features like the TriAction cutting system.
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How Do I Change the Deck Belt on a Riding Mower?
Follow these steps to change the deck belt on your Troy-Bilt riding lawn mower in the comfort of your own garage!
Why Won’t My Riding Mower Start?
Having trouble starting your riding mower? Here are some potential causes ways to troubleshoot the problem so you can get back to mowing your lawn.
A few easy steps is all it takes to change the oil in your Troy-Bilt riding lawn mower.
How to Level a Riding Mower Deck
If your riding mower is cutting uneven, then it may be time for a tune-up. See how to level a riding lawn mower deck to help provide a consistent cut for your lawn.
How Do I Change the Blades on My Riding Mower?
Worn blades can turn your grass brown. Make sure to sharpen or replace them frequently for the best results. Follow these steps to change your blade at home.
Troy-Bilt Blade Removal Tool
This video will show you how to use the blade removal tool to remove the cutting blade from your Troy-Bilt riding lawn mower.
What Should I Know About Using a Riding Mower
watch a video guide and learn how to start and use your Troy-Bilt riding lawn mower with these operation and maintenance recommendations to help ensure the perfect cut every mow.
How Do I Install A Mulch Kit On My Riding Mower?
There are many benefits to mulching your lawn. Using your riding lawn mower and a mulch kit can increase the nutrients that are deposited on your lawn. Follow these simple steps to install a mulch kit on your Troy-Bilt riding lawn mower
How to Change the Air Filter on a Riding Mower
This is how you remove and replace the air filter of a Troy-Bilt riding lawn mower with a Kohler Engine.
End-of-Season Maintenance and Storage Tips for Riding Lawn Mowers
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Cost Estimator by Mower Power Source
Manual and self-propelled walk-behind lawn mowers come in gas-powered and electric (corded or cordless) models. Self-propelled models cost significantly more than their manual counterparts with the same power source.
Reel mowers are a more affordable manual push option, but their only power source is you, so they take a lot more work to use.
|TYPE OF LAWN MOWER||LOW-END COST||HIGH-END COST||AVERAGE COST|
|Electric push mower||80||6500,036||241|
|Gas push mower||140||567||265|
|Gas self-propelled mower||169||6500,080||372|
|Electric Self-Propelled Mower||328||831||574|
Each power source comes with its own advantages and disadvantages. We’ll go over the details of each one to help you decide which lawn mower power source will give you the best bang for your buck.
Reel lawn mowers
Reel lawn mowers don’t come with a built-in power source. As you push a reel mower across your grass, you cause the blades to spin. For this reason, reel mowers take quite a bit of effort to push and may not be suitable for large spaces. Reel mowers are, however, extremely affordable compared to gas or electric mowers.
The smallest and cheapest reel lawn mower we found costs about 57, while the largest and most expensive will have a price tag closer to 402. Most reel mowers will have a middling cost of around 104.
✓ Inexpensive✓ Most eco-friendly type of mower✓ Compact for storage✓ Can keep going as long as you do
✗ Takes a lot of strength to push✗ May not work well on very tall or thick grass
Both corded and battery-powered lawn mowers fall into the electric category. Corded electric models tend to be the cheapest and lightest options available since they don’t need a fuel tank or battery. Battery-powered electric mowers can cost more than gas counterparts without being as powerful.
You can find small corded electric manual push lawn mowers for as low as 80 or tricked-out battery-powered models running as high as 6500,036. The average price of both types of electric mowers is about 241.
Self-propelled electric lawn mowers typically cost between 328 and 831. Your standard mid-range self-propelled option will be about 574.
✓ Eco-friendly ✓ Quiet✓ Low-maintenance✓ Lighter than gas✓ Easier to start and use than gas
✗ Lacking in power✗ Batteries have limited run times✗ Cords limit movement
Gas lawn mowers, whether manual or self-propelled, tend to be a lot more powerful than electric mowers. Gas-powered mowers also have better mobility since they don’t rely on a cord or a battery with a short run time. Even with these benefits, an average gas lawn mower costs less than a battery-powered model.
Gas-powered manual push lawn mowers range in price from 140 to 567. Most mid-range options will cost around 265.
Expect a higher price if you want a self-propelled gas mower. For the added convenience, you would pay about 169 for a budget choice and about 6500,080 for the fanciest version on the market. The average cost of a typical gas-powered self-propelled lawn mower is 372.
✓ Most powerful engines✓ Unlimited range✓ Run longer on one tank of gas than battery-powered mowers do on one charge
✗ High-maintenance✗ Loud✗ Heavy✗ Produce harmful emissions
Cost Estimator by Type of Lawn Mower
Aside from standard walk-behind mowers, there are many other types of lawn mowers that cost more. Those more premium options include riding lawn mowers — lawn tractors, zero-turn mowers, or rear engine mowers — robot mowers, and mulching mowers.
|TYPE OF LAWN MOWER||LOW-END COST||HIGH-END COST||AVERAGE COST|
|Rear engine riding mower||450,299||4,539||6500,080|
|Zero-turn riding mower||6500,399||15,000||3,284|
Riding lawn mowers
A riding lawn mower makes caring for a large yard much easier because it gets you off your feet while you work for what could be hours at a time.
There are three basic styles of riding mower: lawn tractor, zero-turn lawn mowers, and rear engine lawn mowers. Each has its own price range and characteristics that make it suited for properties with different needs.
Regardless of the style, most riding mowers run on gas engines. There are a few reliable battery-powered riding mowers on the market, but they tend to be more expensive than comparable gas mowers with more horsepower and longer run times. Especially for large lawns, a gas riding mower is the more viable option.
Mulching lawn mowers
Walk-behind mulching lawn mowers shred leaves and grass clippings as you mow. They then distribute the mulch back into your lawn to help improve soil health. Like regular push lawn mowers and self-propelled mowers, mulching mowers come in electric and gas models with various special features.
Small, corded electric mulching mowers are affordable, starting at just 110. expensive mulching mowers, particularly self-propelled, battery-powered, or high-horsepower models, can cost as much as 6500,191.
The average mulching mower, including the different types and power sources, typically costs about 303.
Robot lawn mowers
With a robot lawn mower, the only work you have to do is install the perimeter wire to show the robot where to go. These are the best mowers for homeowners who don’t have the time to maintain their lawn, but don’t have the money to hire a weekly pro lawn care service.
Simple robot lawn mowers suited for small yards are affordable at about 574, but these models may not be as reliable as their more premium cousins. Large robot mowers packed with bells and whistles, such as GPS guidance or anti-theft features, can cost as much as 17,063. Your typical robot mower costs much less, with an average price of 450,470.
Rear-engine riding mowers
Rear-engine riding mowers are similar to lawn tractors in that you drive them with a steering wheel. But rear-engine riders are usually smaller, less powerful, and easier to maneuver, (though still not as maneuverable as a zero-turn lawn mower).
Because of their weaker engines, rear engine riding mowers can’t pull heavy attachments like a lawn tractor can. Their lack of power and smaller cutting widths make rear engine riding mowers less expensive than other riding mowers.
The smallest and simplest rear engine riding mowers can be as affordable as 450,299, while the largest tend to be closer to 4,539. The average cost across all rear engine riders is about 6500,080.
The most common type of riding lawn mower is the lawn tractor, which you control with a steering wheel. Lawn tractors are more stable on slopes, and the many attachments make them more versatile. Those attachments allow you to use a lawn tractor as a snowplow, trailer, dethatcher, core aerator, or other lawn maintenance tool.
For the lawn tractor itself, you can expect to pay between 450,349 and 3,999. The average cost of a mid-range lawn tractor is about 450,985.
Zero-turn riding mowers
Zero-turn mowers have wheels that turn at sharp angles, so they can turn a full 360 degrees. As a result, they’re more maneuverable than lawn tractors and better for yards with tight corners or lots of obstacles such as landscape beds, trees, and hardscapes.
Steering can be difficult to get used to with a zero-turn: You use two lap bars instead of a familiar steering wheel. While zero-turn mowers aren’t as attachment-capable as lawn tractors, they tend to be significantly faster, which can be useful for especially large properties.
Cost Estimator by Manufacturer
Some popular lawn mower brands are well-known for making high-quality tools, and those brand names can drive up the price of a lawn mower. But some brands prioritize affordability while still producing reliable mowers.
We’ve gathered the highest and lowest costs from some of the most prominent brands to rank each maker from most to least affordable. Note: These rankings take only pricing into account and don’t reflect quality or brand-exclusive features.
Walk-behind lawn mower brands
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When it comes to walk-behind (push or self-propelled) lawn mowers, the most affordable brand is BLACKDECKER. All BD mowers are electric, and they come in corded and battery-powered models. Smaller BLACKDECKER mowers are only about 80, while their largest and most expensive option is around 486.
Honda is maybe the most reputable maker of lawn mowers, especially when it comes to engine quality. In fact, several other lawn mower brands use Honda engines. Because they’re powerful and well-made, Honda walk-behind mowers are the most expensive on the market, ranging from 419 to 450,319.
Riding lawn mower brands
|BRAND||LOWEST PRICE||HIGHEST PRICE||AFFORDABILITY RANK|
Husqvarna makes some of the most highly acclaimed lawn tractors and zero-turn riding mowers on the market. They tend to be durable, powerful, and packed with useful features. The best part? They’re also more affordable than other riding lawn mowers, with a low-end price of 450,599 and a high-end price of 5,450.
Ariens specializes in riding lawn mowers, and many of its models have commercial-grade construction and features. These durable machines are a higher-end option for homeowners who are serious about lawn care. The cheapest Ariens riding mower is about 6500,899, while the most expensive is about 6,999.
Other Factors That Affect Cost
Even lawn mowers of the same brand and type with the same power source can have drastically different price points depending on the specifications. Larger, more powerful, or longer running mowers cost more. Combinations of multiple top-of-the-line specs result in much more expensive mowers.
These are some of the important specs that can make a lawn mower cost more or less than other comparable models:
For a battery-powered mower, we measure the battery’s voltage. A battery with a higher voltage provides more power. In a corded electric mower, the power measurement is the motor’s amperage. For gas-powered, we look at the size of the engine, measured in cubic centimeters (cc), to indicate power.
While you’re shopping for a lawn mower, keep this in mind: A higher voltage, amperage, or cc equals a higher price tag. If your yard has especially thick, tall grass and you think you need a high-powered mower to force your way through it, prepare to spend.
A mower’s cutting width describes how much grass it can cut in one pass. So, the larger the cutting width, the less time it will take you to mow your lawn. Mowers with larger cutting widths will cost more.
Most walk-behind mowers for residential use range from 14 to 22 inches wide. Typical riding mowers have cutting widths between 30 inches on the small end and 61 inches on the large end.
We recommend compact walk-behind mowers for small yards with lots of obstacles to maneuver around. For large properties, especially of an acre or more, you’re better off with a larger riding mower to make the job go faster.
Fuel capacity or run time
Fuel capacity in a gas lawn mower and battery run time in an electric one determine how long the mower can run without stopping to refuel or recharge. Mowers with a larger fuel capacity or a battery that runs for a longer time will cost more.
With a larger fuel tank, a gas mower can run longer. Most walk-behind mowers have a tank that holds 1 to 3 quarts of fuel, while riding mowers usually hold between 1 and 5 gallons, depending on the size of the machine.
Battery-powered power tools, especially large ones like lawn mowers, take a lot of juice, so their batteries don’t typically run for very long on one charge. You can expect a battery-powered lawn mower to run for 30 minutes to an hour — or closer to 90 minutes if you’re willing to pay more for a better battery.
The speed of riding mowers or self-propelled lawn mowers can affect their cost, too. Self-propelled mowers usually have variable speed settings so you can adjust the pace to match your own walking speed.
Riding lawn mowers — including lawn tractors, zero-turns, and rear engine riders — usually move in forward and reverse. Their max forward speeds ranges from 4 to 9 mph, with zero-turns on the faster end of that spectrum.
With a self-propelled mower, you usually pay more for a higher number of speed settings. For a riding mower, a faster model will cost more than a slower one.
Brand name engines
Name-brand engines from reputable manufacturers such as Briggs Stratton, Honda, Kohler, or Kawasaki will raise the price of a gas mower. No matter which retailer’s website you’re browsing, the mower’s product page will usually note if it features a high-quality engine like one of these.
Other than the specific brand, the type of engine a gas mower has can affect its cost. There are two basic options: 2-stroke (aka 2-cycle) engines and 4-stroke (aka 4-cycle) engines. The difference lies in the way the pistons work, particularly how many strokes it takes each engine to produce power.
Mowers with 2-stroke engines are the more affordable option. Since they run on a combination of gasoline and oil, you have to mix the fuel yourself or find a premixed blend. These engines tend to produce more power than their 4-stroke counterparts.
Mowers with 4-stroke engines are usually more expensive, and for good reason. They’re easier to fuel because they run on straight gasoline, they’re quieter, and they’re more fuel-efficient. One downside: 4-stroke engines are harder to maintain because they need regular oil changes.
If you’re shopping for an electric mower, you’ll want to consider brushless motors. A brushless motor increases battery efficiency and can be more durable than a standard brushed motor. Brushless motors also will raise the price of an electric mower.
Extra bells and whistles will also increase your lawn mower’s versatility and price. It’s up to you to decide whether your property needs these features badly enough to justify the added cost.
The same ergonomics concept that governs your office chair also affects your lawn equipment. If you’ll be working in the yard for hours at a time, you want to keep your body as comfortable as possible to avoid injury or future chronic pain.
Walk-behind lawn mowers designed with user comfort in mind feature things like foam-padded grips so you don’t have to clench your fingers as much or adjustable handles so people of different heights don’t have to hunch over.
Ergonomics are even more important for riding lawn mowers, which people use for longer stretches of time. Common comfort features in riding mowers include seat cushions, high-backed seats for back support, armrests, and vibration dampeners to prevent fatigue. Look for these extra features if you want a mower that’s easier to use, but keep in mind that that added comfort will increase the price.
When it comes to gas lawn mowers, one of the most common complaints is that they’re hard to start. You sometimes have to pull the choke cord several times before the engine will turn, especially in cold weather.
Many mowers bypass this problem altogether with an electric start. Instead of using a manual crank cord, the ignition starts with a simple flip of a switch or press of a button. Because electric starts have more complicated moving parts than manual, they can be difficult to repair and maintain. However, an electric start is still ultimately more convenient.
A hydrostatic transmission is another mechanical feature that makes a lawn mower easier to use. It makes changing speed and direction easier, resulting in better maneuverability. A hydrostatic transmission is usually more expensive and more complicated to maintain than other types of transmissions.
Multiple cutting height adjustments
With some mowers (either walk-behind or riding), users can raise or lower the mowing deck to adjust for different grass types and lengths. In case you let your grass get extra long between cuts or you use multiple species of grass in your yard, being able to adjust the cutting height could be a useful bonus for your mower.
Usually, you’ll adjust the deck with a single or dual lever that should be simple to operate. The easier the controls are to use and the wider the range of heights, the more expensive a mower will be. That goes for both push and riding mowers.
Deck washing system
When grass clippings get stuck and coat your riding lawn mower’s underbelly, the blades and mower deck can rust over time. It’s important to clean the deck regularly, but getting under a heavy mower can be difficult.
To make upkeep easier, some riding mowers come with a convenient deck washing system. With a built-in deck wash, all you have to do is hook your garden hose up to the mower’s wash ports and run the mower’s engine until you don’t see any more grass clippings coming from the discharge chute.
Of course, a deck washing system is another feature that will cost you
FAQ About Lawn Mower Costs
According to our research, the best lawn mower for the price is the gas-powered 170 cc, 21-inch model from PowerSmart. Learn more about the 10 best lawn mowers for the money.
Depending on the necessary work and parts, you should expect to pay between 60 and 95 for a professional lawn mower repair.
The actual cost of lawn mowing depends on the size of your yard and labor costs where you live, but on national average you can expect to pay 29 to 65 overall or 33 to 70 per hour. Get accurate lawn mowing quotes specific to your ZIP code from LawnStarter.
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When you have an acre of green grass or an acre with a few lawn obstacles, a riding mower from Sears is your best option for lawn maintenance. Tackling overgrown grass and weeds requires less effort with lawn mowers and tractors. These useful lawn cutting machines help create a pristine lawn in your front yard.
A perfectly trimmed lawn will enhance the appearance of your outdoor space. Our zero turn lawn mowers come with a small, strong deck for easy maneuvering. Equipped with a fabricated 42-inch deck, these mowers provide better strength and durability. A mowing speed of 6 mph will ensure that you can weed out overgrown grass quickly.
A hand push lawn mower is a clean and green alternative to gas-powered mowers. When you wish to avoid long power cords, gas, oil, and costly maintenance, then a push reel lawn mower is a good alternative. These type of manual lawn mowers have smooth-spinning blades, maneuverable wheels, and effortless grass-cutting height adjustment. A loop-style handle with cushioned grips provide great comfort.
Making flower beds in your lawn is pretty easy when you choose a garden tractor. These yard tractors are capable of doing heavy work like cultivating and loading. Larger back tires on these appliances improve their stability on steep gradients. Garden tractors can be put to multipurpose use, such as for cutting grass, ploughing snow and dirt, and hauling roads.
Cutting a precise pattern comprising small patches of grass is possible with zero turn tractors. Featuring a square tubular frame for strength and style, these cutting tools are best-suited for outdoor lawn maintenance. Dual LED headlights pave the way for increased visibility at night.
We have a massive collection of lawn tractors, mowers and other lawn maintenance equipment from Kohler, Kawasaki and other renowned brands. Along with replacement accessories, these machines greatly simplify your garden chores. Browse through the mower collection at Sears and find the one that will fulfill your needs.
The Best Zero-Turn Mowers That Easily Tackle A Large Yard
Every lawn is different and, with that, you need a mower that meets your needs. If you have trees and flower beds smattered around your yard, it’s a good idea to consider a zero-turn mower. The best zero-turn mowers allow you to effortlessly cruise around landscaping and other lawn obstacles while delivering a quality cut. Our top pick is the Ryobi 54-Inch Electric Riding Zero Turn Mower for its high adjustability and 3.5-acre capacity.
The Ryobi 54-Inch Electric Riding Zero Turn Mower effortlessly cruises around lawns up to 3.5 acres.
Zero-turn mowers allow you to pivot inside your machine’s footprint, making them a solid choice for people who want a precise cut, despite having a yard that’s not just grass. “Zero-turn mowers allow you to maneuver swiftly around your yard, easily avoiding structures and obstacles in the mower’s path and significantly reducing the amount of time it takes to get the job done,” says Marty Grunder of Grunder Landscaping in Miamisburg, Ohio. “They also offer a comfortable ride, and as you learn how to operate them proficiently, you will become more efficient at mowing your lawn.” They also “work great in yards that have a lot of curves or obstacles,” says Mallory Micetich, home expert at Angi.
There are a few factors to consider when choosing a zero-turn mower, including whether you want an electric lawn mower or one that’s powered by gas, the cutting deck size and how much lawn you need to cut. Naturally, your budget plays a role in the final decision, too. These are the best zero-turn mowers on the market to help you get that precise cut in as little time as possible. (While you’re at it, consider our list of the best push mowers.)
- Best Zero-Turn Mower Overall: Ryobi 54-Inch Electric Riding Zero Turn Mower
- Best Commercial Zero-Turn Mower: Toro Titan Max Havoc Edition
- Best Zero-Turn Mower For Small Yards: Ego Power Z6 Zero Turn Riding Mower
- Best Zero-Turn Mower For Hills: Cub Cadet Ultima ZT1
- Best Residential Zero-Turn Mower: Husqvarna Z254 Kohler Hydrostatic Zero Turn Riding Mower
- Best Value Zero-Turn Mower: Beast Zero-Turn Riding Mower
- Best Zero-Turn Mower For 5 Acres: Ariens Edge Zero-Turn Lawn Mower
- Best Zero-Turn Mower For 2 Acres: John Deere Z315E ZTrak