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Riding Mower Selection Guide
How to Pick the Perfect Walk-Behind Lawn Mower
When purchasing a Briggs & Stratton riding lawn mower, it’s important to consider numerous factors such as the size of your lawn, type of terrain, and number of obstacles (trees, bushes, flower beds) within your yard. That’s why before you buy, you’ll want to consider a variety of riding mower types to determine what is the best fit for you.
Stuff here. To find the right mower to meet your needs, follow the mower’s selection guide we’ve assembled.
Our lawn tractors offer a heavier-duty mower that gets your lawn looking better than ever. These tractors are ideal for those who have uneasy terrain or a lot of obstacles, such as trees and bushes. Briggs & Stratton lawn tractors also have add-on features such as tow behind sweepers to brush up lawn clippings and spreaders to fertilize your lawn.
Rear Engine Rider
If you want a compact rider that gets the job done, there is no better mower than a Briggs & Stratton rear engine rider. These riding mowers offer front wheel steering and are ideal for average sized lawns that do not have many obstacles standing in the way.
Rear Engine Riders
Our zero turn mowers offer unmatched handling due to the two wheel motors and steering handles. This offers riders the ability to turn 180 degrees on a dime. The mower deck design of a zero turn mower is generally designed to allow for efficient mowing at higher speeds which is why it is more convenient than ever to cut large sections of grass in record time.
Zero Turn Mowers