The Best Type of Lawn Mower for Your Yard | Consumer Reports

The Best Type Of Lawn Mower For Your Yard | Consumer Reports 1

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Whether you’ve got a tiny lawn or acres of grass to cut, the experts at Consumer Reports break down which type of mower or tractor is best for your yard.

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6 Comments on "The Best Type of Lawn Mower for Your Yard | Consumer Reports"

  1. Tom Drummy | June 3, 2023 at 10:03 AM |

    I like whatever type my landscaper uses ………so I don’t have to do it ! 😃😎

  2. xlargetophat | June 3, 2023 at 1:53 PM |

    The small tractors can also do other things. John Deere 1025r… But a cheaper tractor called summit has the same exact yanmar engine.. something to think about.

    Remember: there’s 4 seasons.

  3. Billy Rock | June 3, 2023 at 8:38 PM |

    Ego #1. ✅

  4. victreebel | June 4, 2023 at 11:24 AM |

    Battery capacity can really vary on the battery models, but the one I have has cut my (small) lawn 3x and I haven’t had to charge it again, so that’s at least 60 minute run-time. I’m thrilled with it, so quiet, very lightweight, plenty of power.

  5. A professional grade mower means you avoid having to remow areas. That saves a lot of mowing effort right there.
    That’s why it is usually a better option than a self propelled mower. If the self propelling mechanism fails, you are left with a heavier mower to push around.
    Thus it must be repaired or replaced.

  6. Should include annual maintenance costs. My 54 inch annual Gravely PM costs $300 !

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